TOMORROW is the day when Amanda Knox finds out if she will walk free out of an Italian courtroom or will spend the rest of her life in the the Bigga Housa. A new book by Nina Burleigh serialized today in the New York Post exposes the underlying hysteria behind the case.
Knox was convicted of taking part in a deadly sex game with her boyfriend and another man that left her roommate, British exchange student Meredith Kercher dead the day after Halloween in 2007.
Knox and her boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, were the first people on the scene when the polizia arrived. But Burleight says the whole sordid saga in Italy is of media, misogyny, mistranslation, misbehavior -- but chiefly superstition. Kercher’s death was a terrible but
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In a statement, the agency said: "Our hearts go out to the Sgt. Stuckey family and his extended family of fellow agents will be there to help them through this tough time." Stuckey's last known communication with the department was at 2:15 a.m. identifying that he was responding to a night hunting complaint. POACHER GUNS DOWN WILFLIFE OFFICER
She told WMCTV: "I call every day and ask 'is there anything you can tell me today. Of course their answer is not today. We're just not hearing anything and of course almost six months into it just gets more frustrating every day and harder every day."