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Italy / Knox Murder Case / Nadeau, Moore Interviews #980512

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 24, 2010
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(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) The story of American Amanda Knox, who was convicted along with two others of the murder of Meredith Kercher in Italy updated; scenes shown from the court where the defense has to prove her innocence.

(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Live discussion held with "Angel Face" author Barbie Nadeau about Knox. [From Italy, NADEAU - describes Knox's nervous demeanor in the courtroom today; comments on the evidence: the knife, the motive; the mixed view of the Italian people on her guilt.]

(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Live interview held with former FBI agent Steve Moore about the Knox case. [From Los Angeles, MOORE - explains why he is sure of Knox's innocence in the murder case: the lack of evidence is why he changed his mind about the case; blames yellow journalists like Nadeau for creating lies about Knox.]

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