May 1st, 2013
01:40 AM ET

What it's like to be Amanda Knox

USA Today's Susan Page interviewed Amanda Knox about her experience in an Italian prison and efforts to restart her life. Page tells Anderson Cooper what she observed during her five hours with Knox in Seattle.

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  1. Donna

    Amanda Knox is full of crap and she is blatantly lying. If you're in a panic from discovering blood in your apartment, your "First" mind is to call the police. Who thinks about a mop that a friend told you to get for them. That is absurd. They need to retry her because she did act suspicious at the crime scene and with the mop. She is just like Jodi Arias, cunning and manipulating. I don't know why CNN allowed this interview to air because it definitely does not make people change their mind about believing she is guilty, it only confirms she is guilty. This was a waste of airtime.

    May 8, 2013 at 2:13 am |
  2. Bob

    Amanda Knox was framed for the murder, she did not commit

    May 1, 2013 at 2:15 pm |
  3. Bob

    We, Americans, must be very careful when going overseas. The foreign locals are usually very eager to blame americans for anything that happens. Look at John McAfee, McAfee went to Belize. In Belize, McAfee was probably asked to pay two million dollars, in security fees to the local police and local authorities. When McAfee refused to pay, dead bodies started appearing in McAfee's path. The murder weapon was then probably placed in McAfee's place by the local police.. And the dead bodies are usually of american people too. Because, if a local is killed, the locals know that the local police did the killing and tried to frame McAfee.

    May 1, 2013 at 2:13 pm |
  4. Elizabeth

    I believe you recently aired a segment on 360 about Doug Preston, an American writer in Tuscany, who was accused of committing almost the SAME crime as Amanda Knox by the SAME prosecutor, Mignini, several years beforehand. Don't you think that was relevant to your discussion last night with Susan Page? I certainly do.

    I also think it would have been pertinent to mention the fact that the true rapist and murderer, Rudy Guede, has already been tried and convicted. They found his DNA in Meredith Kertcher's vagina and also on the knife used to slit her throat. This was actual DNA, not the DNA links they falsified with Knox and her boyfriend. This was the conclusion of the Italian experts, but such shoddy evidence would NEVER have been allowed in America.

    I am appalled at the way journalists in America have framed this story to imply that Knox MIGHT possibly be guilty, when in truth, anyone who actually investigates the details of this story will quickly conclude that there's not a single shred of real credible evidence linking Knox to this crime, certainly not any evidence that would EVER be admissible in an American court. (I worked in journalism for years and I am truly appalled by how misleading the coverage has been–Diane's Sawyer's report last night being an especially egregious example.)

    May 1, 2013 at 4:54 am |