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[科技] The 5 most shocking revelations from Netflix's Amanda Knox documentary

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堇年纸鸢 发表于 2016-10-5 03:49:00
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The 5 most shocking revelations from Netflix's Amanda Knox documentary

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  Amanda Knox.  Netflix          Amanda Knox opened up on the events that led to her conviction and later acquittal for the murder of her roommate in Italy in a new documentary available on Netflix now.
   Simply titled with her name, the documentary features Knox carefully describing what she went through as first the police, then the media, and then the entire world debated whether she brutally stabbed her British roommate, Meredith Kercher, to death in their home on November 1, 2007.
   Knox's story would've been enough for most, but the film also includes interviews with her codefendant and former lover, Raffaele Sollecito; the attorney for the man believed to have really been behind the deadly attack; and the man who led the Italian investigation.
   Here are five things we learned from Netflix's "Amanda Knox":

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       The weird moment the investigator first believed Knox killed her roommate.

            

The 5 most shocking revelations from Netflix's Amanda Knox documentary

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         Italian prosecutor Giuliano Mignini.   Netflix.         The murder weapon was still missing. While at her boyfriend's apartment, the police asked Knox to go through his knives in case one of them matched the murder weapon.
    Knox began to panic and slap herself around the ears. Italian prosecutor Giuliano Mignini witnessed this and believed that memories of the crime were returning to her. This is when he first suspected that she killed Meredith — even without the kind of evidence you need for proof.
       The police told Amanda Knox that she had HIV, even though she didn't.

            

The 5 most shocking revelations from Netflix's Amanda Knox documentary

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         Amanda Knox   Netflix         While it added to Knox's fragile state in prison, the police wanted to get a list of people she had sex with. They hoped it would lead them to more witnesses or suspects. At the time, the theory was that multiple people were involved in the murder.
       The media comes out as the real villain.

            

The 5 most shocking revelations from Netflix's Amanda Knox documentary

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         Nick Pisa   Netflix         Not only did media outlets track everyday events during the trial, but they also reported a lot of sensational and untrue stories surrounding the case. Probably the worst defense for that comes when Daily Mail reporter Nick Pisa admits in the documentary to not fact-checking his stories before they were published — all in the name of being first.
   "It's not as if I can say, 'Right, hold on a minute. I just wanna double-check that myself in some other way.' I mean, goodness knows how," he said. "And then I let my rival get in there first before me, and then, hey, I've lost a scoop."
       Amanda Knox and boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito knew each other for just five days before her roommate was murdered.
            

The 5 most shocking revelations from Netflix's Amanda Knox documentary

The 5 most shocking revelations from Netflix's Amanda Knox documentary-5-网络科技-conviction,interviews,available,carefully,includes
         Amanda Knox and boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito in 2007.   Netflix         Can you imagine meeting and then dating someone for just five days and then being roped into an eight-year ordeal in which you're accused of murder together? For Sollecito, it meant a long incarceration, including six months of solitary confinement. After all that, he still had romantic feelings for Knox.
   "She clearly told me her feelings were completely changed," he says in the film. "This moment was kind of bitter, even though I knew her only five days. The five days were everything."
   It was nice to see that Knox hadn't totally abandoned him. She called him when they found out the Italian Supreme Court had held up their exonerations. She had already flown back to the US, but the poor guy was at home in Italy and had been taken back into custody until the ruling.
       Prosecutor Giuliano Mignini had very romantic ideals that often shaded the investigation.

            

The 5 most shocking revelations from Netflix's Amanda Knox documentary

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         Prosecutor Giuliano Mignini.   Netflix         First, he fancied himself a fan of detective stories, like those of Sherlock Holmes. In keeping to that appreciation, part of his style was to make inferences about the evidence. For example, he believed that because the victim's body was covered with a blanket that the killer was female. Only a woman would think to do that, he believed.
   It would really explain why he had no problem reaching for grand storylines surrounding the murder. He spoke of crimes of passion and characterized Knox as some kind of seducer of men, which would allow for her to convince her boyfriend of five days and a perfect stranger to help her murder her roommate.
   He was also a devout Catholic and often waxed poetic about good and evil, guilt, and God's judgment. Although he still believes Knox and Sollecito committed the crime, he said:
    "If they are innocent, I hope they're able to forget the suffering they've endured. If they're guilty, if earthly justice didn't get to them, I hope they own their guilt, b  ecause I know that life ends with a final trial — a trial with no appeals, no second chances, and no revisions."
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鞠帮岩 发表于 2016-10-5 05:19:22
堇年纸鸢在马路边丢了一分钱 !  
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2410333911 发表于 2016-10-5 05:32:35
OMG!介是啥东东!!!
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程龙 发表于 2016-10-5 06:10:08
男女关系处理得好会传出佳话,处理得不好会传出闲话。
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秋春 发表于 2016-10-5 06:33:56
吾生也有涯,而吃也无涯.
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范文静 发表于 2016-10-5 11:22:22
有的人,做面膜的时候,比真人好看多了。
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Atman 发表于 2016-10-9 01:42:25
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qcwvw 发表于 2016-10-11 18:12:37
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杨阳洋 发表于 2016-10-14 14:43:59
将薪比薪想一下,算了,不想活了。
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