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Exonerated Amanda Knox speaks at Erie County Bar Association's Law Day Luncheon

Amanda Knox started her talk Tuesday to an Erie audience with a description of her first night in an Italian jail cell — the silent walk down the concrete hallway to the last solid steel door with a tiny window, the metal bed frame, the foam mattress, the wool blanket. Knox, an American who spent 1,428 days jailed in Italy after her roommate Meredith Kercher was murdered there in 2007, ended her Erie talk with the thought...
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From Kim Kardashian to Amanda Knox: Famous names who have joined fight for Melissa Lucio and why

The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles is expected to decide today whether the state should move ahead with the execution of Melissa Lucio, a Hispanic mother-of-14 who has spent 13 years on death row for a crime she says she didn’t commit.The parole board is considering Lucio’s case on Monday to determine if her death sentence should be commuted to life in prison or if she should be granted a 120-day reprieve from execution.Once the board reaches a decision, Governor Greg Abbott will then have the power to decide whether or not to act on any recommendation.The 11th hour...
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Amanda Knox champions Texas mother on death row

Amanda Knox has divulged the day she felt like “the worst mother in the world” to underline a court case involving a woman accused of murdering her daughter. “A few months ago, in that blurry haze of new motherhood, I left my infant daughter Eureka on the couch for just a few seconds,” Knox, 34, shared in a Twitter thread on Tuesday. “She rolled and slipped and tumbled to the floor, hitting her head, then burst out crying.
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Amanda Knox joins calls to halt Melissa Lucio execution: ‘I wish I could welcome her into our exoneree family’

Amanda Knox has joined in calls to stop the looming execution of Melissa Lucio, a Texas mother of 14, saying that she wishes she could “welcome her into our exoneree family”. Ms Knox, 34, shared a Medium post about Lucio’s case on Tuesday night as the 53-year-old Hispanic woman is now just one week away from being put to death by the state of Texas for a crime she says she didn’t commit.In the post, Ms Knox compared her own wrongful conviction in Italy for the murder of her British roommate Meredith Kercher to the conviction of Lucio for...
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True Crime hero, Amanda Knox, gives insight into the justice system

On Thursday Amanda Knox, exoneree and best-selling author, spoke at the Lanier Auditorium in the Texas Tech Law school. Knox shared her experiences with Tech law students and the Tech community about how an innocent trip to Italy while studying abroad completely changed her life. Knox was wrongfully convicted of the murder of Meredith Kercher and spent years in an Italian prison for a crime she didn’t commit.
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Amanda Knox to Speak at Texas Tech University School of Law

The exoneree and author will speak to students and participate in a moderated Q&A. WHAT: Texas Tech University's School of Law to host “An Evening with Amanda Knox.”. WHEN: 5:30 p.m. Thursday (March 31) WHERE: Lanier Auditorium, Texas Tech University School of Law, 3311 18th St. The program will...
LUBBOCK, TX
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Amanda Knox, exonerated in roommate’s murder in Italy, coming to Lubbock

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Amanda Knox is scheduled to speak to the TTU School of Law students on Thursday about wrongful conviction, truth-seeking and public shaming. Knox, now 34 years old, was convicted, sent to prison, acquitted and released on appeal, convicted again, but then was exonerated by Italy’s Supreme Court for the murder and sexual assault of her British roommate Meredith Kercher in 2007. Knox and her former boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, were initially convicted of the murder.
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Amanda Knox finds a fresh start on Vashon

It’s the first question asked of everyone who moves to Vashon: “What brought you to the island?”. Artists come seeking inspiration. The stressed and harried point to respite and escape. Public figures or familiar faces hope for privacy. Amanda Knox might answer with “all of the above.” She’s...
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Amanda Knox finds a fresh start on Vashon

It’s the first question asked of everyone who moves to Vashon: “What brought you to the island?”. Artists come seeking inspiration. The stressed and harried point to respite and escape. Public figures or familiar faces hope for privacy. Amanda Knox might answer with “all of the above.” She’s...
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Amanda Knox considered suicide in jail, afraid she’d miss her chance to have kids

Amanda Knox contemplated suicide behind bars over fears she would not get out in time to get pregnant and have a child of her own. Knox — who spent four years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of the murder of Brit student Meredith Kercher — recalled her lowest days in an Italian jail cell on the “Infertile AF” podcast.
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Gee interviews Amanda Knox on new podcast

On episode two of “Leaving a Legacy,” Gee Scott interviews Amanda Knox, an author, activist, and journalist who was wrongly convicted in the murder of her roommate and imprisoned in Italy. Knox jumps right in and explains to Gee why she decided to tell her journey of infertility...
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