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Yeah and I bet she's no stranger to going down. At least in Rhodesy's dreams.

I don't think it's going to be a loss to society if she goes to prison

Well it looks like Rhodes has disappeared as well now - or is he arguing with Loose in the mirror?

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We're nearer the end now than we were at the beginning Big JR but I can't tell you whether the extradition process will mean we're at the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end!

 

Thanks for your contribution though.

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Early reports are showing that our heroine is an absolute natural freelance reporter and is really pulling up trees for her local newspaper the West Seattle Herald who's editor Peter Robinson says he was interested in giving Amanda the opportunity of a normal life and that she is highly qualified to be a reporter and very bright and capable:

 

http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2014/nov/05/amanda-knox-working-as-reporter-for-west-seattle-herald

 

http://www.viralglobalnews.com/u-s-stories/amanda-knox-one-us-now/22552/

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Early reports are showing that our heroine is an absolute natural freelance reporter and is really pulling up trees for her local newspaper the West Seattle Herald who's editor Peter Robinson says he was interested in giving Amanda the opportunity of a normal life and that she is highly qualified to be a reporter and very bright and capable:

 

http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2014/nov/05/amanda-knox-working-as-reporter-for-west-seattle-herald

 

http://www.viralglobalnews.com/u-s-stories/amanda-knox-one-us-now/22552/

Really, pulling up trees? A review of a school play?

You are still as big a tit as you ever were. And she's not OUR heroine, she's yours. She's a convicted murderer.

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Really, pulling up trees? A review of a school play?

Horace - You have to start somewhere don't you and it was a great review, really imaginative, why not give Amanda the credit she deserves.

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Sorry to sound like a broken 78 rpm record folks but I still maintain that Patrick Lumumba knows a lot more than he is letting on about Meredith's murder, there's something not quite right about him and there is no smoke without fire is there:

 

http://murderofmeredithkercher.com/patrick-lumumba/

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It's good to hear you apologise for once Rhodesly - it's very rare that you admit fault on here for your wind ups, which of course this is another of many many.

 

But then we can't expect you to believe Amanda can we? I mean, you believe every word you say don't you? As if.

 

Amanda Knox has admitted that she still feels bad about trying to shift the blame onto Lumumba, it's here, the proof:-

 

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/amanda-knox-admits-she-struggles-guilt-accusing-patrick-lumumba-meredith-kercher-murder-1435683

 

- There you go, one of your interviews that you forgot to put up here amongst the many.

 

Anyway, she's been found guilty of that crime and she still owes Patrick the compensation doesn't she, which she admits to?

 

Another case of Cliffy being full of s hit yet again. Case closed.

 

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Loosely - Yes but that's my opinion and nothing whatsoever to do with Amanda, something doesn't seem quite right about the Congolese bar owner and, like I said, there's no smoke without fire.

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Rock solid alibi

Loosely - Yes but my point was that I'm sure Lumumba knows more than he is letting on, afterall he knew Rudy Guede didn't he

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Here we go folks, some links to a number of the excellent articles Amanda has thus far penned for the West Seattle Herald, our heroine certainly doesn't let the grass grow does she. Enjoy:

 

http://www.westseattleherald.com/search/node/amanda%20knox

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Cup of Tea - But she's not going to prison again is she, not in a million years!

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You could be right - It depends on whether the US Authorities allow her to be extradited or not.

If they do then she's going down.

 

Yeah and I bet she's no stranger to going down. At least in Rhodesy's dreams.

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Hookey - I've no idea what you mean mate. Happy Christmas to you and yours.

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You could be right - It depends on whether the US Authorities allow her to be extradited or not.

If they do then she's going down.

 

Of course the Yanks won't allow her to be extradited.

 

Mind you, they are more than happy to try and extradite people from around the world back to The States.

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Mind you, they are more than happy to try and extradite people from around the world back to The States.

Like poor Gary McKinnon you mean, yes I'm with you on that one, there was no need for the US to dig their heels in was there.

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I wonder what Loosely's plans are for Christmas, same old same old I expect.

Did you see that Sir Richard Branson has spoken up in defence of our heroine, fair play to him, he has gone up in my estimation:

 

http://groundreport.com/amanda-knox-haters-target-richard-branson/

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I would be most grateful if members could please sign this petition if you don't mind requesting that the activities of local law enforcement authorities and consular staff in Italy be meticulously investigated in the aftermath of the murder of Meredith Kercher in Perugia on 1 November 2007. The case of The Italian State vs Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito will come before the Italian Supreme Court on 25 March 2015 and this petition requests that a full investigation takes place, there were multiple violations of National and International laws by the totally incompetent prosecution in Italy which undermined the rights of defendants Amanda and Raffaele Sollecito to a fair trial, the petition asks that those responsible for perverting the course of justice be held to account. Many thanks in advance, copies will be sent to the Ministero della Giustizia of Italy, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and the US Department of State:

 

http://injusticeanywhereforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=85&t=3138&sid=296ffd0cfe2255576de3f2114a55a4a0

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Here we go folks, everything you wanted to know about the case, in black and white and accompanied by music, but were afraid to ask, enjoy:

 

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I read this interesting article folks about the disfunctional Italian 'justice' system:

 

Italian justice is at a crossroads. Italy has the dubious distinction of being the Western European country with the highest number of negative judgments made against it by the European Court of Human Rights – and by a considerable margin. Many of its citizens have only secured justice after years of struggle when judges outside Italy have corrected multiple wrong decisions.
A 2012 report said that mechanisms put in place to fight corruption in Italy are easily circumvented, while the country’s legal framework is often complex, contradictory and at times ‘controversially implemented’. Italy falls short on many counts, said Lorenzo Segato – director of the Research Centre on Security and Crime, based in Torri di Quartesolo – which carried out the study for the global anti-corruption agency, Transparency International. Problems include questionable institutional integrity, weak control mechanisms, biased news media, and a social code that condones certain illegalities.
Currently, Italy has a backlog of around nine million legal cases: 5.5million civil and 3.4million criminal. The state paid €84million in compensation for miscarriages of justice and legal delays in 2011, when there were nearly 50,000 such claims, compared to 3,500 in 2003. Another €46million was paid out to people unjustly thrown in jail. Some 42 per cent of those in jail – 28,000 people – are awaiting trial, and the prison population of 68,000 inmates is housed in institutions intended for 45,000. There are 1.39 Italian judges for every 10,000 inhabitants, compared with the average of 0.91 in other European countries.
According to the World Bank’s annual report in 2007, Italy ranks 155th out of 178 countries surveyed for efficiency of justice. Court processes last on average 116 months in Italy, against 34 months in Austria, and delays are increasing year on year. Between 1975 and 2004, the duration of civil cases increased by 90 per cent. Between 1999 and 2007, the European Court ruled against Italy 948 times for failing to meet the timing of a fair trial. It is estimated that in each case at least two defendants are involved, so 16million Italians, or one in four of the population, have pending cases. Less than one per cent of corrupt or incompetent judges lose their jobs. Between 1999 and 2006, there were 1,010 disciplinary proceedings, but only six judges were sacked.
Italian jurisprudence is in thrall to dietrologia, rather than Occam’s razor. This means that a complicated, unlikely crime scenario is preferred to a straightforward one. The courts are virtually untouchable and provide a counterbalance to corruptible and frequently changing governments. With near absolute power and no political interference, the law is controlled by the ‘Party of the Prosecutors’, an informal alliance of magistrates who often put saving face ahead of justice. This is the context of the railroading of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito. Once this is understood, the apparent twists and turns inherent in the Italian process become almost comprehensible.

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Rhodes. Does your hyper-activity on this forum over the festive period mean that you actually have the internet at home these days, or have you been able to spend all day online at work because the boss is away?

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