Amanda Knox vows to fight murder conviction, won't 'go willingly' to Italy


UPDATE: Amanda Knox released a statement about the guilty verdict, expressing her shock at the jury's decision. “I am frightened and saddened by this unjust verdict. Having been found innocent before, I expected better 

The world was shocked when Amanda Knox was found guilty of the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher in an Italian retrial on Jan. 30. The next day, Amanda sat down with 'Good Morning America' anchor Robin Roberts for an 

American student Amanda Knox said Thursday that she is "frightened and saddened" after being re-convicted in the stabbing death of her roommate when they were students in Italy in 2007. A panel of judges and jurors set a sentence of 28 years and six 

UPDATE: Amanda Knox released a statement about the guilty verdict, expressing her shock at the jury's decision. “I am frightened and saddened by this unjust verdict. Having been found innocent before, I expected better 

AMANDA Knox has been found GUILTY of murdering British student Meredith Kercher.