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  • Amanda Knox Talks To GMA

    Amanda Knox talks about her recent conviction with Robin Roberts on 'Good Morning America,' in New York City, Jan. 31, 2014.
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  • Photos: Amanda Knox Murder Trial

    Amanda Knox is surrounded by family members shortly after her arrival at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Oct. 4, 2011, in Seattle.
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  • Photos: Amanda Knox Murder Trial

    Amanda Knox embraces Corrado Maria Daclon, secretary general of the USA Italy Foundation, at Rome's Leonardo da Vinci airport on Oct. 4, 2011. Amanda Knox was leaving Italy a free woman Tuesday, the morning after an Italian appeals court dramatically overturned the American student's conviction of sexually assaulting and brutally slaying her British roommate, Meredith Kercher.
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  • Photos: Amanda Knox Murder Trial

    Amanda Knox collapses in tears on Oct. 3, 2011 after being acquitted of murder charges, overturning her 2009 conviction and ending her 4-year ordeal in an Italian prison. Hundreds of people outside the courtroom awaited the news, which was greeted with both cheering and boos. Knox's co-defendant and ex-boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, was also cleared of murder.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Before becoming embroiled in a sensational murder trial, Amanda Knox was a college student at the University of Washington in Seattle, a free-spirit who was close with her three sisters.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    The house that Amanda Knox and Meredith Kercher shared in Perugia, Italy. Kercher was murdered in her bedroom Nov. 1, 2007.
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    Meredith Kercher, an exchange student from the University of Leeds in Britain, dressed as a vampire for Holloween on the night before she died in Perugia, Italy.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Amanda Knox is pictured with the two Italian women, Laura Mezzetti and Filomena Romanelli, who shared the Perugia cottage with her and with Meredith Kercher.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Raffaele Sollecito, a shy Italian student, met Knox and started sleeping with her about a week before the murder occurred.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Police said that Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito faked a break-in of her roommate's bedroom to make it looked like a burglar killed Meredith Kercher.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    The alleged murder weapon, a knife found in Raffaele Sollecito's kitchen, supposedly contained Meredith Kercher's DNA. Independent experts, however, concluded the DNA was from bread.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    A bloody footprint from inside Meredith Kercher's bedroom, where she was murdered.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Meredith Kercher's bloodied bra, which had been cut off of her, prosecutors claimed.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    The bloodied bathmat was found in the bathroom that Meredith Kercher and Amanda Knox shared.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    A window that was broken during an alleged break-in that police say was faked by Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    A bloody handprint on the wall of Meredith Kercher's bedroom in Perugia, Italy.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Ivory Coast drifter Rudy Guede fled to Germany immediately after Meredith Kercher was killed, but he was caught and returned to Italy where he was convicted in a separate trial of taking part in the Kercher murder. He was sentenced to 30 years, which was reduced on appeal to 16 years.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Amanda Knox soon became a suspect in the murder of Meredith Kercher. Here she is escorted by police into a court hearing in Perugia on Sept. 16, 2008.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Raffaele Sollecito was dating Amanda Knox for a week before Meredith Kercher was murdered. Prosecutors claim Sollecito was taking part in a sex game gone wrong, and that he was merely a puppet willing to do anything Knox asked of him.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Patrick Lumumba, who was framed and eventually cleared of the murder of Meredith Kercher, arrives with his lawyers for the start of the murder trial at the Perugia courthouse, Perugia, Italy, Feb. 6, 2009.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    With a visible cold sore on her lip, Amanda Knox meets her lawyer Carlo Dalla Vedova, right, for a hearing in the Meredith Kercher murder trial on June 12, 2009.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Amanda Knox is driven into court at midnight to hear the sentence in her murder trial, Dec. 5, 2009 in Perugia, Italy. She was found guilty and sentenced to 26 years in prison.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Controversial prosecutor Giuliano Mignini led the effort to convict Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito of murder.
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    After hearing the guilty verdict against his daughter, Curt Knox was pursued by the media as he angrily walked away from the courtroom with his stepdaughters on Dec. 5, 2009 in Perugia, Italy.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Amanda Knox's father Curt , her sister Deanna and mother Edda Mellas speak to the press on Dec. 5, 2009 as they leave the Perugia's prison in Capanne following a visit to Knox who was found guilty in the 2007 killing of Meredith Kercher.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Amanda Knox emerged from prison months after her conviction with her hair cut short. She sat with her two lawyers, Luciano Ghirga, right, and Carlo Dalla Vedova during a preliminary hearing for her appeal on June 1, 2010.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Amanda Knox talks with her lawyer Carlo Dalla Vedova before the start of the second hearing of her appeal in Perugia's courthouse on Dec. 11, 2010.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Amanda Knox appears before the court in a bid to overturn her conviction for the murder of British student Meredith Kercher with new experts reviewing key forensic evidence. She appears confident in this Jan. 22, 2011 photo.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Amanda Knox's mother, Edda Mellas, stepfather Chris Mellas and Amanda's friend Madison Paxton talk to journalists during a pause of the appeal hearing on June 27, 2011.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Amanda Knox smiles at photographers her appeal hearing on July 25, 2011.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Perugia's lead forensic investigator Patrizia Stefanoni presented key DNA evidence that led to the convictions of Knox and Sollecito. But in the appeal trial, two court-appointed experts virtually ridiculed her methods, her analyses and her conclusions.
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  • Amanda Knox photo retrospective slideshow

    Amanda Knox appears tense at her appeal hearing on Sept. 26, 2011. In just a few days she would find out her fate.
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