Expert Blames Stress for Amanda Knox's Conflicting Stories

An expert suggested to an Italian court today that Amanda Knox's different versions of where she was on the night her roommate was murdered could have been the result of a great deal of stress she experienced as a foreigner being grilled as a homicide suspect. Professor Carlo Caltagirone told the court in Perugia, Italy, that stress can affect memory, a phenomenon that he said has been studied extensively in both regular and forensic medicine. "All aspects of memory can be modified by stress,"...Full Story
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