Convict Opts for Silence at Knox Trial

Luciano Ghirga, who is defending Amanda Knox, told reporters as he left the court house that the points made by the witnesses today "had no science behind them" and were easily contested. Sollecito's attorney, Luca Maori, said it "was absolutely not proven that more than one person was involved" in the crime.

"We believe, added Maori, "that it was only one person who committed this crime, and that person has been convicted."

After a break for the Easter holiday, the trial in this picturesque hilltop town will resume on April 18, when members of the court, minus the defendants, are scheduled to visit the crime scene.

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