Amanda Knox on Being Called a 'Devil' in Court

In an exclusive with Diane Sawyer, Knox describes living with her notorious reputation.
3:00 | 04/29/13

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Transcript for Amanda Knox on Being Called a 'Devil' in Court
Know her name you've seen her face now. Hear her story Amanda Knox the American college student convicted of murdering her study abroad roommate after 14100 days. In an Italian prison Knox tells all in her new book and an exclusively interview with Diane Sawyer. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I haven't heard -- And me. I've heard the chest and found. And the wrong. I was in the courtroom -- They were calling me and apple. I mean it's it's one thing to be called certain things the media and then it's another thing to be sitting in a courtroom. Fighting for your life while people are calling you and double. For all intents and purposes I was a murder. Whether I was -- not. And I had to live with the idea. And that. And that would be my life. Extraordinary to finally hear her voice in the exclusive interview with -- Diane Sawyer will air tomorrow at 10 eastern 9 central right here on ABC.

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