The BBC has done what seems impossible for the US media - releasing a documentary that shows an accurate and balanced account of the Meredith Kercher Murder Case.
Does it cover everything? No. Is it perfect? No. Is it the best movie account of this murder mystery so far? Yes!
Why was the US media unable to accomplish this strictly factual account of the events that led to Meredith Kercher's death? After watching this documentary, the Hayden Panettiere movie looks like a stupid joke - on Americans.
Why did the US media seem to kiss Amanda's patootie every step of the way? Lying to the American people and about every decent individual involved in this case.
Amanda Knox received over 4 million with book advance and interviews. She was court ordered to pay a man she wrongly accused a measly 40,000. Has Amanda paid him a penny? No, of course not. She thinks she is above the law (as many criminals do.)
On top of everything else, her hired PR Firm has given her a national platform to sit in front of the American people and say, "I won't do what some judge says, I won't go back willingly." Defiant, angry and 100% guilty in my opinion. Yet, many people have accepted this attitude as if it were acceptable.
Why? Many have heard that the Italian judicial system is corrupt and a complete joke. Who said this? Amanda Knox's PR, that is who. There is nothing wrong with the Italian judicial system (at least not compared to anywhere else.)
Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito are guilty and need to be put back into prison to serve their time for the crimes that they have committed: Murder, slander, deception, and perverting the course of justice.