Bonnie Petrie and Mike Barajas

Italy’s Highest Court To Rule If Amanda Knox Will Be Retried

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Remember the case of the American student in Italy who was acquitted of killing her room-mate? Well, the six year-old case against Amanda Knox and her italian then-boyfriend may not be over yet.

Italy’s highest court is hearing arguments on whether their acquittals were proper. Theodore Simon is part of Knox’s legal team. He is confident the high court will uphold the acquittal.


Description: the six year legal case of amanda knox may not be over yet. On Monday, Italy’s highest court hears arguments on whether the acquittal of the american student was proper. Knox and her then boyfriend were tried and initially convicted in the death of the roommate, another foreign student in Italy. Both were acquitted and released 18 months ago.

Theodore Simon,  part of Knox’s legal team, is confident the high court will uphold the acquittal. 

That appellate court jury determined the evidence to be absent, non-existent, inaccurate, unreliable and simply wrong.

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