Juror in Amanda Knox Case Says Verdict Was 'Agonizing Decision'

A juror in the Amanda Knox case told ABC News that reaching a verdict was an "agonizing decision" and that none of the members of the eight-person jury could sleep the night before. "No one slept the night before ... and I think we were all -- judges included -- in tears before the verdict was read," she said. Knox's fate was decided by two Italian judges and six jurors. After more than 11 hours of deliberations, they reached a unanimous verdict, which found Knox guilty of murdering her...Full Story
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