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Amanda Knox on Her Life as an Exoneree, New Netflix D: 'There's No Way to Go Back to the Person I Was Before'
Amanda Knox has been working to build a new life after spending years being accused of the notorious murder of her British roommate Meredith Kercher , a crime she says she didn’t commit. Fully exonerated just last year by the Italian Supreme Court, Knox is stepping back into the spotlight to shed
Amanda Knox on Life as an Exoneree
Knox launched a new project and is sharing her story in a new Netflix documentary to shed light on how innocent people can be branded as guilty.
'GMA' Hot List: Obamas on the Trail and Amanda Knox Now
The president and the first lady hit the trail for Hillary Clinton and Amanda Knox opens up on her life today and being wrongfully convicted" in today's 60-second hot list.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Amanda Knox Makes Emotional Homecoming in 2011
Oct. 4, 2011: Amanda Knox returns to her hometown of Seattle after almost four years in Italian prison.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Amanda Knox Conviction Overturned in 2011
Oct. 3, 2011: Amanda Knox is acquitted after nearly four years in an Italian prison.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Amanda Knox Sentenced 26 Years in 2009
Dec. 4, 2009: An Italian court finds American student Amanda Knox guilty of killing her British roommate Meredith Kercher.
Amanda Knox Speaks Out on Netflix Documentary
Knox tells "GMA" why she participated in the new documentary about the death of her roommate in Italy and what she hopes viewers take away from it.
Amanda Knox Speaks Out on New Netflix Documentary, Being 'Wrongfully Convicted'
Amanda Knox , the Washington woman who was accused of murdering her roommate in Italy , said she is speaking out now in a Netflix documentary to "explain what it feels like to be wrongfully convicted." "What I’m trying to convey is a regular person like me … could be caught up in this nightmare
Amanda Knox : In a Minute
The Seattle native was convicted twice and then acquitted of murdering her former roommate, Meredith Kercher.
Elizabeth Vargas on Losing Amanda Knox Interview to Diane Sawyer
Vargas tells Sawyer what it was like to lose the interview after spending five years covering the American student's murder trial in Italy.