20 From 20/20: Key Moments From the Amanda Knox Appeal


16. Attorney Carlo Pacelli, who represents Diya "Patrick" Lumumba, a Congolese man who owned a bar where Knox worked part-time, called Knox a "she-devil" with "double soul... on one side angelic," but on the other side "satanic, diabolic." During her interrogation by police, Knox implicated Lumumba in Kercher's death, telling police she had a "vision" that he was present the night of the murder. Knox later recanted, saying police had confused her.

17. During the prosecution's two-day summation last week, prosecutor Manuela Comodi accused the court-appointed DNA experts, who are forensics professors, of lacking competence and the necessary experience to critique her investigators. "Would you entrust the wedding reception of your only daughter to somebody who knows all the recipes by heart but has never actually cooked?" she asked.

18. Sollecito's lawyer, Giulia Bongiorno began Knox's defense by saying she was not an evil vixen, but rather more like Jessica Rabbit, the sexy yet tender and loving heroine of the partially-animated 1988 film, "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" The character's catchphrase in the film was, "I'm not bad, I'm just drawn that way."

19. Amanda Knox's lawyer called the prosecution's claims that a knife found in Sollecito's apartment was the murder weapon -- the knife that court-appointed DNA experts said may have actually contained DNA from rye bread, not a person -- was "total imagination."

20. One key moment is yet to come: Knox and Sollecito are scheduled to address the court at the conclusion of the appeal. Knox is expected to give her statement in Italian.

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