Amanda Knox returns to Italy 'as a free woman'

Knox, who spent almost four years in an Italian prison, shared on social media she is returning to Italy to raise awareness for those wrongly convicted.
2:15 | 06/13/19

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Transcript for Amanda Knox returns to Italy 'as a free woman'
We're returning to Amanda Knox who is return to Italy after nearly eight years. Whit Johnson has more. Good morning. This is a mission for Amanda Knox. Now, she's doing something she once told "Gma" they would never do again, go back to the place where her freedom was taken away. Reporter: A decade after Amanda Knox was accused of murder while study ago broad in Italy, a crime for which will she was wrongfully convicted and spent almost four grueling years in an Italian prison. This morning, Amanda Knox arriving back in Italy for the first time since being exonerated in 2015. The 31-year-old writing on Instagram, I'm returning to Italy has a free woman, saying she's traveling there to raise awareness for those wrongly convicted. I'm so grateful to have my life back. Reporter: Her ordeal quickly spiralled into a media frenzy, portraying Amanda as an American beauty with a dark secret throughout her trial. Amanda and her former boyfriend Raffaele sollecito were convicted of murdering her roommate Meredith Kercher. In at one time 13, a stunning reversal, Knox convicted of murder all over again. Shortly after she statistic down with robin in 2014. You said they would have to catch you first and you'd go kicking and screaming? Yeah, I'm going to fight this until the very end. Reporter: And she did, found not guilty a second time in now Amanda penning an op-ed and medium saying she's going back to speak about the project. It may make a great story but it's still their life. An as a journalist myself, I feel a moral duty to respect that. She writes and produces a podcast called the truth about true crime. Another man is currently serving a 16-year sentence for the murder of Meredith Kercher,

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