The judge presiding over the trial, Giancarlo Massei, also questioned Najir briefly, asking her about the morning after the murder when Knox returned to her house after spending the night at Sollecito's, found the door wide open and saw blood in the bathroom, but went ahead and took a shower.
"When she got out of the shower, Amanda noticed something was strange," Najir replied. To which Massei replied, "Only after she got out of the shower?"
Massei has been very attentive to what Knox and her lawyers say she did the morning after the murder, and has asked incisive questions in this regard during the trial, and especially in June when Knox took the stand.
The second witness at today's hearing was mobile telephone expert Bruno Pellero who testified that Sollecito was at his house on the morning of Nov. 2 because his cellphone was turned on at 6:02 a.m. in that location and remained there until 9:30 a.m.
The trial continues on Saturday, for the last hearing before the court takes a two-month break for the summer. It will resume on Sept. 18 with final arguments, which are expected to take over a month. A verdict should arrive by the end of October.
Enzo Beretta contributed to the reporting of this story from Perugia.