Prosecution Calls New Witness In Italy Murder Case

February 14, 2009

Italy (ChattahBox) – Amanda Knox, the American in Italy who is accused of killing her British roommate in a sex-game gone wrong, allegedly had a scratch on her neck the day after the murder.

Laura Mezzetti, who also lived with Knox, and her murdered roommate, Meredith Kercher, at she had seen the scratch, which was about a centimeter long under Knox’s chin, at the police station the day they were all brought in for questioning. When asked why she didn’t point it out, she said she had thought someone would notice it.

“Amanda had a wound to her neck and I noticed it because it was known that Meredith had been killed by a wound to her neck,” Mezzetti explained.

“I was afraid that Amanda, too, might have been wounded, I was worried and I looked at it really intensely.”

Mezzetti is one of several witnesses who have been called by the prosecution in a case that has shocked the world. Knox and her Italian boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, are both charged in Kercher’s murder. The prosecution believes that Kercher was unwilling to engage in a number of sex acts, and so was stabbed in the neck. Rudy Hermann Guede, from the Ivory Coast, has already been sentenced to 30 years in prison for the crime.


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One Response to “Prosecution Calls New Witness In Italy Murder Case”

  1. Harry Rag on February 14th, 2009 12:31 pm

    For anyone who is interested in the facts behind the media spin, and who cares to learn more about the victim of this terrible murder – Meredith Kercher – there is an excellent discussion board

    http://perugiamurderfile.freeforums.org/index.php

    as well as an interesting blog

    http://truejustice.org/ee/index.php

    These online resources are not for profit. Anyone can read and/or participate and people from around the world do. They have followed this case since November 2007, and are in no way related to Amanda Knox. Nor are they her friends

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