Amanda Knox Judge Says She Killed Without Animosity

The Italian judge who presided over the Amanda Knox murder case concluded in court papers released today that she killed her roommate "without any animosity or feeling of resentment," and that the grisly homicide was the result of "casual contingencies." The written conclusion of the case by Judge Giancarlo Massei, obtained by ABC News, appears to contradict the prosecution's argument that the murder of Meredith Kercher in November 2007 was the result of Knox's explosive rage at her "prissy"...Full Story
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