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Italy / Perugia Murder / Knox Case #878647

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 20, 2007
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(Studio: John King) Report introduced.

(Perugia, Italy: Jennifer Eccleston) The arrest of American exchange student Amanda Knox in Perugia, Italy, after a depraved tale of sex, brutality and murder featured; photos shown from Amanda's blog and of four suspects; scenes shown from the villa where Meredith Kercher‡ was murdered after a sexual assault. [Knox teacher Antonella NEGRI†- comments on Knox.] [Columnist Beppe SEVERGNINI†- says it is a perfect murder story.] The damning evidence against the fourth suspect in Kercher's murder, the release of third suspect Patrick Lumumba, whether the police believe Amanda's story/stories and why American students do not want to go on camera about their Italian experiences discussed.

(Studio: John King) The raw data on the murder rate in Italy versus that in the US cited.

King, John;
Eccleston, Jennifer

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