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Italy / Knox Murder Case / Amanda's Background / Mellas Interview #1003466

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 23, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The appeal hearings in the Amanda Knox murder case in Italy noted.

(No location given: Drew Griffin) The story of Amanda Knox reviewed; scenes and photos shown of media coverage, her hometown of Seattle, the University of Washington, her Italian boyfriend. [Sister Deanna KNOX - talks about the press coverage of "Foxy Knoxy," who got her nickname from soccer as a kid; recounts finding Amanda an apartment in Perugia.] [Mother Edda MELLAS†- explains how Amanda raised money for study in Perugia, Italy, her boyfriend's impact.] [Amanda's teacher Kris JOHNSON, fellow student Andrew CINNABAR††- talk about Amanda.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Mellas, Amanda's mother. [MELLAS - talks about how her daughter is doing back in court and the timetable for a verdict in the appeals.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew
Duration:
00:08:40

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