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.
0:44 | 09/09/16

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Transcript for Elizabeth Vargas on Losing Amanda Knox Interview to Diane Sawyer
Then. You're thrown another curve and it's me. What was you know. You didn't do any thing you're good at your job and people wattage she had worked years on the story of Amanda Knox the only woman who'd been living a nightmare until she was cleared of charges of murdering her roommate in Italy. But instead attorneys and the family asked if I would do the interview. She says the effect on her tentative sobriety was seismic. Anger. And most of all disappointment in herself leaching like acid through her resolve. It only took me six months seven months later of eyes act and documents and that mayor wondering. How to make it here.

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