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Thursday, June 8, 2017

First Memorandum Description of Abusive Interrogation

Amanda Knox started her First Memorandum expressing confusion.

She said the police told her they had hard evidence that she was at the villa when Meredith was killed. The police lied.

She was confused being told that Raffaele Sollecito denied she was with him the night of the murder. Raffaele had not said this to the police during his interrogation. Raffaele recanted his statement when he learned of the lies the police put in it.

She stated in her First Memorandum that she was "very doubtful of the verity of my statements because they
were made under the pressures of stress, shock and extreme exhaustion."

She claimed she was hit in the head when she didn't respond the way the police wanter her to.

The police threatened to arrest her and put her in jail for 30 years if she continued to remember incorrectly.

She again stated that it was due to pressure and confusion that images they encouraged came to her mind. But she said those things were unreal to her and like a dream.

She expressed confusion at the contrasting ideas of being at the murder with Patrick, but with Raffaele at his apartment during the same period of time. How could this be unless the police forced her to believe the part about being at the murder with Patrick?

She emphasized that her statements that night were what could have happened, but that being at the murder with Patrick was unreal compared to being with Raffaele at his apartment.

She asked the police not to yell at her because it only confused her.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Responding to Free_RudyGuede

https://twitter.com/Free_RudyGuede/status/872528290644451328

Amanda Knox did a little modeling with a "Ta-Dah" only when Giobbi had her put on protective gear before entering the downstairs apartment of the guys. It was not the apartment where her friend Meredith was killed.

Amanda Knox did burst into tears when brought into the apartment where her friend Meredith was killed. It matters not one little bit that it was a day after Giobbi had her go into the apartment downstairs.

There is absolutely nothing unusual about a young woman like Amanda Knox to do a little "Ta-Dah" on modeling articles of clothing they have just put on as Amanda Knox had when Giobbi had her put protective clothing on before entering the apartment downstairs.

There is absolutely no reason for Amanda Knox to have the same reaction on entering the apartment downstairs as on entering the apartment where her friend was killed.

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Disbelief in Guede as a Loner

http://truejustice.org/ee/index.php?/evidenceoverview/comments/area_23_problems_with_guede_as_single_attacker/

A big problem with guilter analysis of Guede's activities on the night of November 1-2, 2007 is that they emphasize what they think Guede would or would not do instead of what they know he was capable of doing. Guilters make these speculations of what Guede would or would not have done from criteria they cannot prove Guede even thought about.

23-01 Yes, Guede had been in the downstairs apartment of the guys he played basketball with. He would know what was in that apartment and may not have been interested in what he could steal there. He had never been in the upstairs apartment where the girls lived, and he could have been curious what they had that was worth stealing. He had not been worried about being caught the other times he was arrested for breaking and entering. There was no reason to expect him to be any more cautious this time.

23-02 Actually, Guede was seen on CCTV at the entrance of the parking deck accross the street from the villa at 7:41 PM. We know he's that man because he said there was a white car with its lights on standing near the driveway of the villa, and that car can be seen in the CCTV. Why he chose this time to case the villa for a possible burglary is a total mystery, but it would have been dark.

23-03 Maybe walking out of the parking deck gave Guede time to consider how exposed the front door was to the street. Still, there's no way to guess what criteria he considered.

23-04 Guilters question why Amanda Knox didn't notice Filomena's window when she went to the villa the next morning to take a shower and get a change of clothes. If they think she should have noticed that window because it was broken, then Guede who would have been looking for a weakness would have noticed the shutters were not completely closed. Since guilters claim that Guede was familiar with this type of window, he could have decided he had a chance of opening the shutters in order to break the window.

23-05 It's debateable that the parking lot lights would have illuminated Filomena's windows very much. Typically, parking lot lights are focused where the light is needed. That's where the cars are. Maybe Guede should have knowledge of easier access routes to breaking into the upper apartment, but there's no proof that he remembered them. According to guilters, Filomena's window was obvious when walking toward the villa. So Guede would have to been aware of that possibility.

23-06 The shutters would not have been completely closed because they didn't fit right. Why would Guede limit himself to a window he knew beforehand that he could break through? He wouldn't know for sure if he could break through until he tried. Why couldn't he have gone to another window if he failed with the first one?

23-07 Since he knew how this window worked, he could have preferred it to another he was not familiar with. He could easily go to another window if he found he couldn't get in through Filomena's window.

23-08 Probably because Guede was wearing sneakers instead of hiking boots, he didn't leave any scratches on the wall he climbed to Filomena's window. Since he was wearing sneakers, he probably made sure there was no slippery grass or mud on the soles of those sneakers that would have made it harder to climb.

As it is, there is a scuffed mark on the corner of the window below where Guede would have stepped on his way up to Filomena's window.

23-09 How do we know Guede didn't use a stick or other extension to knock the shutters open before reaching for the window sill?

23-10 How do we know that nobody saw Guede climbing to Filomena's window? Did the police locate anyone who walked by between 7:42 PM and 9:00 PM to see what they saw? I doubt the police wanted proof that he was climbing the wall. Assuming anyone saw him, would that othe person call police? Given how much drug activity went on in that neighborhood, witnesses might not want to get involved.

23-11 A smaller rock would have made a smaller hole in the window. Guede wanted to break through the window enough that he could climb through afterwards.

23-12 Guede was a basketball player. The rock was heavier than a basketball, but he could still lob it the same way. How do we know Guede had not practiced with other rocks before coming to the villa. Of course if he hadn't managed to hit the window right in one shot, he could have tried a second shot. Hitting exactly right in one shot could have been extreme luck. How does anyone know he did it in one shot anyhow?

23-13 The rock hit the inner shutter bruising and scratching it and embedding broken glass into it. The inner shutter absorbed the momentum of the rock allowing it to drop to the floor under the window.

23-14 Yes, there was a bag of clothes already on the floor below the window. For the rock to be found in the bag, the clothes in that bag must have already spilled onto the floor.

23-15 Again, Guede would have made sure there was no slippery grass nor mud on his sneakers to hamper his climbing the wall.

23-16 Why would the force of the rock have to be light for the broken glass to stay on the sill? The direction of the force was toward the interior of the room. That's the direction the broken glass would have taken except a few pieces that broke with lesser force than the rest. They would have come straight down but would fall from the force of gravity which would have been the same no matter how hard the rock was thrown.

It is worth noting that if the rock had been thrown through the window from the inside, a great deal of glass would have fallen to the ground outside. If the window had been pulled in to keep that from happening, the resulting broken glass deposit would have been totally different than was found.

23-17 There was no reason glass would have fallen to the ground outside when Guede pulled himself onto the window sill. However, an imperfection in the shoe prints he left in the villa was probably from a piece of the broken glass that wedged into the sole of that shoe.

23-18 When Guede was arrested, his right hand did have cuts in it. Guilters claim it was not from the knife slipping in his hand while he was stabbing Meredith. So do they claim the cuts were also not from cutting himself on the broken glass from the window?

23-19 Since Guede had made sure there was no slippery grass or mud on his sneakers before climbing the wall, why would he leave any of that when he got into the villa?

23-20 Guede probably did pull the shutter together to obscure that the window had been broken. Keeping Filomena's room dark would provide another reason Geude was able to surprise Meredith when she came into the villa. Of course it may just have been habit to turn off the light when he left the room.

23-21 No clothes were taken out of a closet or the cabinets. All of the clothes on the floor had been scattered there when the bag under the window fell over. Probably the bag toppled over on its own before the rock hit it, but since the rock was found inside the bag, the force of its impact may have scattered more clothes that had not already come out.

23-22 That the rock may have scattered some of the clothes is demonstrated in that some of the glass was found under the scattered clothes as well as on top of them. That there was broken glass found on top of the scattered clothes does not prove how the clothes were scattered on the floor.

23-23 Would jewelry, designer purses, or glasses be things that Guede would be interested in stealing? He would have no ready market for selling them. They would just be identifiable evidence tying him to his burglary. What he would want was cash. He may have thought there was a way of using the credit cards without getting caught, and he would have expected information from Meredith's cellphones that he could get money for.

23-24 Using the front bathroom was another reason Guede was able to surprise Meredith. Since he was on the commode, he probably didn't expect anyone to come home that early. He probably thought all the girls would be out partying until much later as they usually did when he observed them.

23-25 Guede must have closed Filomena's door since Meredith didn't notice anything to alert her to danger when she came home. This may have been a habit since he closed Meredith's door later. He probably closed the front door on leaving, but since he didn't lock the front door, it came open again because of the faulty latch.

23-26 We only have Guede's word for it that he was playing loud music on his ipod. Meredith would not have been able to see Guede on the toilet even if the connecting doors were open. It was more like a hall with three sections.

The shutters of Filomena's window were only partially open. Even if the lights were on, it would not have been obvious that the window had been broken. Likely, Meredith didn't look to one side or the other but just walked toward her room in the back of the villa.

23-27 Even if Guede had not closed the door to Filomena's room, why would Meredith notice the mess from the break-in? Meredith was heading to her own room. She wouldn't have had a view of the mess until she was past Filomena's door. There was no reason for Meredith to have looked back that way.

23-28 Even if Meredith had looked toward the door of the front bathroom, she could not have seen into the second section where the toilet was.

23-29 Yes, Guede has claimed that in spite of the music on his iPod, he heard commotion from the rest of the villa. We only have his word for it that he was listening to his iPod. He may have said this to make seem unlikely that Meredith was unaware of his presence. Of course he may very well have noticed her presence when she turned on a light.

23-30 There is plenty of evidence that Guede attacked Meredith in her room. What his thinking was leading up to this attack is speculation.

23-31 It's purely speculative to think that Guede made an instant decision about anything. He may have only wanted to intimidate and subdue her at first. Maybe achieving these things inspired him to try and rape her, and that decision led to her death.

23-32 Guede probably sneaked up behind Meredith while she went to her room. He did have on his sneakers at the time. Since Meredith wasn't expecting anyone to be in the villa, she may not have been alert to hear him coming until he had one hand holding her from behind while the other hand held his knife to her neck. Maybe he originally intended to push her into her room closing the door for a good enough head start escaping without being recognized, but taking her into the room would indicate he was in no hurry to leave.

23-33 The medical examiner first indicated that only a small knife was used to make the wounds to Meredith's neck. The large wound was made by repeated stabs to the same area. That large wound was ragged as the result of the multiple stabs that created it. Bruise marks beside the wounds were made by the hilt of the knife handle. Since the wounds were all the same shallow depth, these hilt marks indicate all the wounds were made by the same small knife. There is only the bloody imprint of one small knife left on the sheet.

23-34 Yes, we know that Meredith put up a fight when Guede attacked her in her room.

23-35 The bra clasp had been cut from the bra. Guilters also claim the disrobing of Meredith was a staging after her death to make it seem she was sexually assaulted. Whatever the truth is about the disrobing, Guede did leave his skin DNA inside Meredith.

23-36 Whatever the sexual assault was, it did not include rape since the medical examiner said it didn't happen. How, TJMK knows the struggle before the stabbing was prolonged is not explained. All we know is that Guede had surprised Meredith and gotten her into her room.

23-37 The majority of the struggle is documented in blood coming from Meredith's neck. There were Guede's bloody footprints and smears from Meredith's body as she continued fighting.

23-38 It's ridiculous to say there were no defensive wounds when there were those awful wounds to Meredith's neck. Guede tried to subdue her by holding his knife to her neck, but she fought on anyhow. He may not have meant to kill her, but he did stab her to try to get her to stop fighting him.

23-39 It would have been impossible for Meredith to scream while suffocating on her own blood. It's only speculation that the three ladies trying to sleep in nearby apartments actually heard Meredith scream. Most likely Meredith was already dead anyhow. The medical examiner had initially estimated the time of death to be around 9:30 PM. Guede claimed he left the villa around that time. It was only because Mignini couldn't place Amanda and Raffaele at the villa at that time that he decided it had to have been later.

23-40 The only reason Mignini theorized a second knife was because he wanted to put it into Amanda's hand to claim she delivered the fatal stab. The medical examiner originally said there was just one knife, but Mignini had to have that changed to fit his scenario.

23-41 Now why would Guede be concerned that the police would soon arrive? Who was going to call them? Meredith's scream would not be heard for another two hours according to Mignini and Massei. Besides, how can TJMK claim Guede immediately ran away when he said that he got towels out of the small bathroom and tried to stop Meredith's bleeding? TJMK believe many things Guede said if it implicates Amanda and Raffaele. Part of what he said that implicates them is that they left him trying to save Meredith's life.

23-42 It's not clear whose footprint was on the bathmat. Supposedly, it measured to be Raffaele's footprint, but the measurement was inaccurate because it was estimated from a photo. More than likely, Guede only dropped a spot of blood onto the bathmat, and Amanda stepped onto that spot of blood when she got out of the shower the next morning. That's why there is only half a footprint. Also, unless TJMK accepts that Guede did take his right shoe off in order to wash blood off of it, then Amanda was the only one who had been barefoot in the villa.

23-43 Guede did claim he got towels out of the small bathroom to try to stop Meredith's bleeding. So it would have been Guede who went into that bathroom with Meredith's blood on his hands. We do know that someone got that towel and tried to use it on Meredith. Why does Guede have to have a purpose for leaving blood in the places it was found in the bathroom?

23-44 Amanda's and Raffaele's Luminol indicated footprints outside of Meredith's room were not confirmed to have been in blood when the additional test was done. However, even if those footprints had been in blood, there was certainly the spot of blood Guede left on the bathmat that Amanda stepped on to provide the small amount needed to make those footprints, and Raffaele could have stepped on her footprints and made his own footprint. It still could have been something innocent that the Luminol reacted with. Even pond scum can react with Luminol. The possibilities are extensive which is why the additional test is necessary.

23-45 It's more likely that Guede got Meredith's blood on the front of his pants. It that's the source of the spot of blood on the bathmat, it may not have dripped off his pants until he got to the small bathroom. It would have been exceedingly awkward to get his leg into the sink to wash it. He probably cleaned the dripping blood from his pants using a towel.

23-46 Guede did leave his bloody hand print on the pillow. What does TJMK think this has to do with his bloody right foot?

23-47 Why does TJMK think Guede re-entered Filomena's room?

23-48 How did TJMK determine that anyone cleaned up the floor in Filomena's room, but left Amanda's footprints? There were no smudges or cleanser residue, and Amanda didn't leave those footprint until the next morning.

23-49 So how could anyone have known where the blood traces where when they could only be found with Luminol?

23-50 What Guede may have thought about Filomena's floor is purely speculative even if he said anything about it.

23-51 There is no evidence that Guede used towels to clean anything in Meredith's room. The towels were positioned close to her neck. Maybe he did try to stop her bleeding as he said he did. But that's all those towels were used for except maybe to clean away the dripping blood from his pants.

23-52 Again, why would Guede be worried about a scream that was not heard for two more hours? He probably didn't notice Meredith was suffocating to death while he was trying to rape her.

23-53 Maybe Guede put Meredith on the sheet and the pillowcase because he was squimish about raping her on top of all the blood that was on the floor.

23-54 There's nothing but speculation in the notion that Guede even thought about his footprints in Meredith's room to decide anything about cleaning them up.

23-55 Meredith could have borrowed Amanda's night stand lamp, but it could be that Guede was the one who put it there for whatever reason he had.

23-56 That he put the duvet over Meredith's body does indicate he may not have intended to kill her. He was probably subconsciously covering up his crime.

23-57 It was Guede's DNA that was found on the purse. So it follows that he stole the wallet, but wouldn't want to keep the receipts.

23-58 Nothing that Guede did about Meredith was smart. DNA didn't necessarily have to be left on the purse straps. Maybe it took more pressure on his fingers to get the zipper open.

23-59 Guede also took two credit cards. It was the presumption that Amanda and Raffaele took the cell phones to delay discovery of the body. It applies more to Guede than to Amanda and Raffaele who know how to turn cell phones off as the simpler solution. It would have been Guede who would have wanted the door shut and locked on his crime. Amanda and Raffaele could have just gone on their day trip as planned.

23-60 Again, why would Guede be concerned about the police coming? The scream attributed to Meredith would not be heard until after 11:30 PM. Guede wasn't concerned about Meredith showing up. Why would he be concerned about Amanda showing up?

23-61 Amanda and Raffaele were accused of all sorts of ridiculous things to mislead the police. Why wouldn't Guede contrive to close and lock the door without turning in his footprints to do so in order to make it seem the door had to have been locked later? It still remains that there simply was no evidence of anyone being in that villa but Guede and Meredith. Meredith couldn't have closed and locked her door. So Guede must have been the one who did it no matter how he managed it.

23-62 Or it may be that Guede deliberately left bloody footprints through the hall and livingroom and out the front door to mislead the investigators. Maybe he returned in socks only to close and lock Meredith's door. Her keys were never recovered.

23-63 Even if he had intended to take Filomena's camera and computer, he would have realized that those items would identify him with the murder. As it was, he threw away the cell phones before returning home, and the keys, wallet, and credit cards were never found.

23-64 Probably Guede initially refrained from flushing the toilet to avoid alerting Meredith of his presence. Likely, he simply forgot about the unflushed toilet. He had forgotten his unflushed toilet while visiting the guys downstairs.

23-65 How does TJMK know that Guede left the front door of the villa open? All we know for sure is that he didn't lock it. The front door would come open on its own if not locked. So there's no way to be sure Guede hadn't closed it when he left. Guede had a reason to want Meredith's door locked. He wanted to be shut of the crime he had done. That reason didn't extend to the front door.

23-66 If Guede was supposed to have been in such a hurry to leave the villa, why would he want to wait long enough to re-lock the driveway gate? Actually, he would have less reason to want to be seen at the driveway gate than to be in the villa out of sight.

23-67 Nara Capezzali didn't see whoever ran up the metal stairs of the parking lot. She couldn't have known if it were Guede or not. Guede claims to have left the villa at 9:30 PM. And his dialing of one of Meredith's cell phones at 10:13 PM would indicate that this was so. Even if he took a whole hour attacking Meredith, he would have left an hour before Mrs. Capezzali thought she heard a scream and footsteps going up the metal stairs.

23-68 It would make sense that Guede would go out of his way to throw away Meredith's cell phones. That would distance him from the phones which he only wanted for whatever usable information like bank accounts and passwords they might contain.

Thursday, June 1, 2017

General Excuses Asserted For Multiple Attackers

http://truejustice.org/ee/index.php?/evidenceoverview/comments/area_22_problems_with_single_attacker_hypothesis/

22-01 There is no real confirmation that Meredith ever got a chance to scream. The people who claimed to have heard a scream sometime around 11:30 PM would not have known who screamed. It is only by fiat ruling concerning Curatolo's unreliable evidence that placed the time of death at that time, and Curatolo was only testifying about when he thought he last saw a couple he thought were Amanda and Raffaele.

There was no need for Guede to cover Meredith's mouth after he stabbed her in the neck many times. Meredith would have been struggling to breathe and could not have screamed.

22-02 Again, Monacchia like the other witnesses did not see that it was Meredith who screamed, and didn't identify who was arguing from their voices.

22-03 Capezzali claims she heard footsteps running after the scream she claimed she heard, but Capezzali was mostly deaf, and her daughter sleeping in the same room was not awakened by whatever Capezzali thought she heard.

22-04 There is no evidence that Meredith's martial arts training was sufficient to do her much good when surprised by Guede had his own strength superior to hers.

22-05 Why would Guede inflict wounds that would have been interpreted as defensive wounds when the multiple knife stabs to her neck show he had an intimidating advantage over her? Those knife stabs are probably defensive wounds since she struggled anyhow. Guede probably over-reacted to her continued struggle stabbing her more severely than he intended to get control over her.

22-06 What difference does the period of the attack make since the stabs to her neck caused Meredith to suffocate on her own blood. Once the blood started seeping into her windpipe, her struggle was over.

22-07 How could Meredith continue resisting the sexual attack when she was fighting for her breath?

22-08 Again, how would Meredith struggle against removal of her clothes when she was struggling to breathe? Also, supposedly part of the staging was removal of her lower clothes after she died.

22-09 That Guede didn't leave shoe prints until he went through the livingroom to leave doesn't mean he didn't go elsewhere in the villa without leaving shoe prints. Since nobody else left shoe prints in Meredith's room, why is it significant that Guede left no shoe prints while removing Meredith’s bra, moving her body onto the pillow, covering her with the duvet, going through her purse, throwing receipts from her purse onto the duvet, placing the purse on her bed, closing the door, and locking the door. For one thing, it was Guede's DNA that was found on the purse. If the claim is that Guede couldn't have locked Meredith's door because his bloody footprints don't turn to face the door before leaving the villa, how do we know he actually left after making those bloody footprints. If staging is a possibility for thinking Amanda and Raffaele were there, then staging the incomprehensible footprints could have been Guede's way to distance himself from the murder.

22-10 How do we know there ever was a complete bloody footprint extending off the bathmat onto the floor of the bathroom? We don't even know for sure the real measurments of that footprint since the measurements were calculated from a photograph. What probably happened is that Amanda discovered the bloody spot on the bathmat when she stepped on it from the shower. That's why there is only half a footprint and is a good reason for how she got the blood on her bare feet for leaving the tracks in the hall. None of her footprints lead from Meredith's room. That's why the alleged clean-up was theorized to begin with. The police and prosecutors wanted a reason to connect Amanda to Meredith's room.

Framing Falls Apart

http://www.truejustice.org/ee/index.php?/tjmk/comments/powerpoints_17_why_the_totality_of_evidence_suggests_knox_and_sollecit/

The big picture approach to evidence that James Raper and Kermit allege is that individual assertions prove the validity of other individual assertions by how well they fit together even if none of them can be a fact proven on its own merits.

Guilters always claim that without whatever assertion posed without proof there is still plenty of evidence to convict even though each of the other pieces of evidence cannot be proved either.

It is certainly a whack-a-mole game instead of justice, and no matter how reasonable an alternative big picture the defense may find, guilters claim it is invalid because the courts rejected the possibility of any other view. And of course whenever a different possibility for what happened comes to light, guiltes claim it's a new alibi. If there's multiple innocent reasons that Amanda and Raffaele were not involved in Guede's crimes against Meredith, why does that make the allegations against them more valid?

Of course when it becomes obvious that the guilters' big picture is not a whack-a-mole game at all, it can be seen to be a weird IQ test where the courts distorted the facts to make them fit where they don't fit. The whole framing of Amanda and Raffaele falls apart when it's examined too closely.

Alleged Confirmations Rejected

http://truejustice.org/ee/index.php?/tjmk/comments/supreme_court_confirms_all_three_were_there_and_lied/

TJMK's Machiavelli points to court rulings to prove that Amanda Knox and Sollecito were at the murder. It's also just a court ruling that Guede had accomplices, and it's by this fiat that Guede had accomplices that guilters turn the fiat that Amanda and Raffaele were at the murder into claiming they were Guede's accomplices. Guede's sentencing only convicted him with unknown accomplices.

Machiavelli also claims that the Fifth Chamber was an incorrect part of the Italian Supreme Court to review a murder case and that it was forbidden to judge evidence. Guilters think that only the trial court can judge evidence. So how can there be justice when the trial court makes up evidence as it did in the case against Amanda and Raffaele?

Machiavelli bizarrely claims there is a long list of proofs that Amanda and Raffaele were at the murder, although the quotes from Marasca and Bruno fail to show this. Even assuming Machiavelli's quotes from Chapter 4 of the motivation report are confirmation that Guede had accomplices, they don't mention Amanda and Raffaele. The motivation report didn't take up whether the ruling from Guede's trial was valid.

Section 9.4.1 gives Amanda's First Memorandum as the reason for concluding her presence in the kitchen of the villa during the murder, but in that First Memorandum, Amanda claims that that story in her coerced statements is unreal. How could the Fifth Chamber have used that as proof that Amanda was present at the murder?

If in that same section, the Marasca and Bruno referred to Amanda's stating in the 1:45 AM and 5:45 AM statements that Amanda knew before the police did that Meredith had been in sexuial intercourse, why wouldn't this just indicate to the judges that those statements were coerced? Why would they ignore the medical examiner's findings that Meredith had not had sexual intercourse? And is it the judges' logic that Amanda had to be present at the murder in order to falsely accuse Patrick Lumumba of the crime?

What did Marasca and Bruno find compelling about the speculation that Amanda had Meredith's blood on her hands while washing them? That Amanda's DNA in the sink was "the consequence of epithelial rubbing" doesn't prove what Amanda was washing off her hands. Did Marasca and Bruno think the blood in the sink would be less diluted since it was already there when Amanda washed her hands?

Supposedly Marasca and Bruno concluded that Amanda accused Patrick to protect Guede even though they had just declared that Amanda would have to have known that an accusation against Patrick would not be validated by evidence.

The judges mentioned the alleged staged break-in, but then call it ambiguous. Did Marasca and Bruno think Amanda and Raffaele staged the break-in in Filomena's room in anticipation of the postal police arriving in search of Filomena? Doesn't that destroy the motive for stealing the cell phones to keep the murder from being discovered too soon? Not that there was ever any rationale as to what discovery too soon was supposed to mean.

Machiavelli insists that the final verdict is merely a dropping of charges that can be appealed. Maybe the reason there has been no appeal is because of the ruling that no proof would be found to justify returning the case to the trial court. It would hardly make sense that the Fifth Chamber acquitted without recourse to retrial if the confirmation of lower court rulings actually existed that Machiavelli asserts was done. By acquitting Amanda and Raffaele, the Fifth Chamber rejected these rulings the guilters love so much.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Quenching the Media Leaks

http://truejustice.org/ee/index.php?/tjmk/comments/that_supposed_tsunami_of_leaks_that_supposedly_hurt_the_alleged_perps/

1. Peter Quennell seems to think that the coerced statements of November 6, 2007 were the beginning of detrimental leaks Amanda Knox created against herself. He also includes as admission of presence at the murder her First Memorandum in which she calls the other two statements unreal and unreliable.

Amanda's First Memorandum was not her only attempt to recant the false impression those coerced statements created. She had an interview with Mignini in December 2007, and appeared at numerous hearings trying to explain that her 1:45 AM and 5:45 AM statements on November 6, 2007 were not voluntary.

None of this explains the media frenzy that occurred during the investigation and the trial. Inflammatory information was regularly appearing in the media that had to be coming from someone familiar with the investigation.

2. So what does Peter Quennell say about this? He says that there are rules that prevent Italian police and prosecutors from leaking information. And he claims there were no proven examples of police and prosecutors giving reporters information. So where did all the bootleg information come from? One example is Amanda's prison diary. The police confiscated it at the end of November 2007. Yet in June 2008, Amanda's prison diary was leaked to the media. Since it was the police or the prosecutors who had it, who else but the police or prosecutors could have leaked it?

3. So who does Peter Quennell say leaked the prison diary that only the police or prosecutors had possession of? Peter Quennell says it was Amanda's defense lawyers who leaked it. Peter Quennell says her defense lawyers leaked her prison diary to hurt the police and prosecution in the case. Never mind that information about Amanda's sex life was in that leaked prison diary. Peter Quennell doesn't explain how the leaked information was supposed to have hurt the police and prosecutors instead of hurting Amanda.

4. Peter Quennell seems to imply that leaks he attributes to Amanda and her defense lawyers are responsible for the frenzy of accounts "making things up for profit and fame." He even quotes Guede's lawyer Walte Biscotti complaining about the leaks as though that makes it official. Peter Quennell claims pro-Amanda books of writers Dempsey, Burleigh, Moore, Preston, Hendry, Waterbury, and Fischer include false information due to the leaked information frenzy. Of course Peter Quennell doesn't mention any of the guilter books that took up this leaked information.