Italy ordered to pay Amanda Knox for missteps in murder probe

A human rights court awarded $20,000 to the American who was acquitted in the 2007 murder of her British roommate after spending more than three years in jail.
0:15 | 01/25/19

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Transcript for Italy ordered to pay Amanda Knox for missteps in murder probe
And a new headline tonight about Amanda Knox an international court has ordered Italy to pay her 20000 dollars in damages. Finding police failed to provide proper legal assistance when she was interrogated for the murder of her roommate in 2007 Knox was acquitted. But spent within three years in jail.

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