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Italy / Knox Murder Trial / Knox's Father Interview #1001622

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 07, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The murder case in Italy against American Amanda Knox, who is in prison for killing roommate Meredith Kercher, reviewed.

(Perugia: Drew Griffin) A look at the prosecution's case in the Kercher trial examined; details given about "evidence" against Knox, Rudy Guede and Rafaele Solecito. [In interview, prosecutor Giuliani MENINI‡- {thru translation} says Knox and Solecito looked responsible.] [Boise State forensic biologist Greg HAMPIKIAN†- comments on the DNA evidence: it was not linked to any suspects.] [From Italy, father Curt KNOX - comments on what the prosecution is trying to do about DNA evidence; talks about the character assassination of Amanda in the first trial; hopes Amanda will soon be home.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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