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Italy / Knox Murder Trial / Interviews (Part I) #954108

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 04, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A guilty verdict in the trial in Italy of American Amanda Knox & her boyfriend for the murder of Meredith Kercher reported.

(Perugia: Paula Newton) The verdict, the sentence for Knox & the reaction outside the courtroom to it reviewed & the grounds for an appeal discussed; Knox's family's statement quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Erica Hill) The divergent views of Amanda Knox & the prosecution's case that Kercher was killed as part of a sex game reviewed; details given of the trials, the nature of the evidence, what Knox said to the court in Italian in her plea. [Parents Curt KNOX, Edda MELLAS†- defend their daughter.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interviews held with Amanda's aunt Janet Huff & Amanda's friend Madison Paxton about the verdict. [Voice of HUFF - explains what her parents are doing in Italy & her "sick" reaction to the verdict.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Newton, Paula;
Hill, Erica

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