Amanda Knox and Ex-Boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito Found Guilty of Murdering Meredith Kercher

Knox vows never to willingly return to Italy, boyfriend found near Austrian border.
3:00 | 01/31/14

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Transcript for Amanda Knox and Ex-Boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito Found Guilty of Murdering Meredith Kercher
Amanda Knox and the uproar surrounding the American girl found guilty again of murder in Italy. Today she told ABC news she will never willingly go back and what about those reports that her ex boyfriend was trying to get out of the country. ABC's Neal Karlinsky with all the new twist tonight. When promotes anonymity we've now learned that around the time of the verdict Amanda Knox is co defendant -- fails to let you tell. Startled authorities by traveling to Austria. He's back in Italy now but the question is will Knox have to join him. When she sat down this morning for an exclusive interview with ABC news she was still in his state of shock. This really has hit me. Like -- train I did not expect this to happen. Knox has been through a legal roller -- nearly seven years in the making convicted for a second time yesterday of murdering her former roommate Meredith -- An appeal is in the works but hanging over her head is the very real question of extradition back to Italy. I will never go willingly back. -- the place. Where I. I'm gonna fight this until the very end and down. And it's not right. And it's not fair. By one count over the last decade Italy is -- less than fifty people back to the US to face justice. Far fewer went the other way though -- Knox case has never been typical Amanda Knox is likely to -- that back in Italy. If the Italian Supreme Court upholds her conviction. She doesn't have much hope in the extradition process in the meantime Knox will be here at the University of Washington still trying to finish the -- she had nearly finished seven years ago when her life do you rail. -- -- graduate this bringing the question is whether shall be able to keep. Her freedom. Neal Karlinsky ABC news --

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