Less than a day after CNN's exclusive interview with Amanda Knox aired, her former boyfriend and former co-defendant Raffaele Sollecito is responding. Sollecito tells Anderson, "I have nothing to hide, I have a clear conscience."
Amanda Knox is speaking out in an exclusive CNN interview after an Italian appeals court released a shocking explanation for convicting her in the murder of her roommate Meredith Kercher. A judge says it was Knox herself who caused the fatal wound. Amanda Knox has maintained her innocence all along and did so again in an exclusive interview with Chris Cuomo.
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Ever since Amanda Knox was jailed in Italy for the murder of her roommate Meredith Kercher, she and her then-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito have presented something of a united front. They have insisted they were both innocent victims of an unfair justice system. Now, in a new interview, in the wake of their second murder convictions, Sollecito says that he has lingering questions about Knox's behavior after Kercher’s killing. Deborah Feyerick reports.
Editor's Note: You can watch Anderson's full interview with Raffaele Sollecito tonight on AC360 at 8pm E.T.
Raffaele Sollecito was convicted of murder and exonerated alongside Amanda Knox. Now the two have been re-convicted, but Knox is back home in the U.S. and Sollecito is in Italy. Tonight, from Rome, Raffaele Sollecito discusses the case with Anderson and says "I'm not saying that Amanda is responsible for all this situation but they focus on her and they accuse her all the time, but I have nothing to do with all these circumstances and all these accusations."
Yesterday's verdict must seem like deja-vu for Amanda Knox. She was first found guilty of murdering Meredith Kercher back in 2009. Back then, she was sentenced to 25 years in prison, this time she was sentenced to more than 28. But the big question now is whether she will have to serve that sentence. Anderson takes a look at the twists and turns in this case.
Anderson discusses whether Knox could really face extradition with The Daily Beast's Rome Bureau Chief Barbie Latza Nadeau, Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin, and Investigative Correspondent Drew Griffin.
Amanda Knox is speaking out her re-conviction. In an interview with the Guardian, she says her remarks are not making her life any better. But she says exonorees are often forgotten, and she feels remaining silent would be negligent. Ryan Ferguson spent nearly ten years in prison for a murder he did not commit, and he has become one of Amanda Knox's confidants.
An Italian court convicted Amanda Knox and her former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito for a second time in the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher. Knox and Sollecito’s earlier convictions were overturned on appeal. Now Knox, who did not attend her latest trial, is facing more than 28 years in prison and the possibility of extradition to Italy. Erin McLaughlin has the latest.
Anderson discussed all of this with Amanda Knox's attorney Ted Simon and Forensic Biologist Greg Hampikian.
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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