All Eyes on Amanda Knox's First Interview

Woman accused of killing her college roommate in Italy speaks for the first time since her release.
2:17 | 05/01/13

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We'll move on to amanda knox. We all learned last night in diane sawyer's exclusive interview about the terror that she faced in an italian jail and the rough road she has traveled. Accused of a murder she says she did not commit and her memoir, "waiting to be heard," has just been released and now the reaction is pouring in overnight. Here's abc's david wright. Did you kill meredith kercher? No. Were you there that night? No. Do you know anything you have not told police that you have not said in this book? Do you know anything? No. I don't. Reporter: For five years she has been waiting to be heard, all the while accused of being a monster. But you can confessed. Well, I didn't confess. I was interrogated. They acted like my answers were wrong. They told me I was wrong, that i didn't remember correctly, that I had to remember correctly and if I didn't I would never see my family again. Reporter: Diane sawyer's exclusive interview is being watched with interest around the world. Amanda knox. Amanda knox. Amanda knox. Reporter: In italy where amanda knox could soon face a new trial on murder charges, skepticism. Knox certainly knows how to be cool and how to take advantage of it, wrote one italian viewer. In america, she would have been sentenced to death. And in england home country of the roommate she's alleged to have killed -- abc news in full to explain her behavior after the murder in 2007. Reporter: Family members of meredith kercher say they won't be rushing out to buy knox's new book. All I can give them is this memory that I have of her to add to their -- to all of theirs that they can carry with them. Reporter: Even in this country a mixed reaction on twitter. "While many expressed renewed confidence of her innocence and outrage at her ordeal, some found her manner offputting. "I don't understand amanda knox" wrote one viewer. Shows no sympathy at all, ever. For "good morning america," david wright, abc news, los angeles.

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