Amanda Knox's memoir, Waiting to Be Heard, that offers a look into the story of the American exchange student who spent four years in prison for a murder she claims she played no part in, hit bookshelves on Tuesday.
Amanda Knox, who was imprisoned for four years in Italy on charges that she murdered her roommate, Meredith Kerscher, is giving people a deeper look inside her ordeal. "When Meredith was murdered and I was arrested, it was so shocking,” Knox told People.
Amanda Knox’s acquittal for the murder of Meredith Kercher in 2007 was overturned by a Roman court on Tuesday morning. Knox and Kercher were fellow exchange students and roommates studying at the University of Perugia, hailing from the United States and Great Britain, respectively.
Every year broadcast journalist Barbara Walters reveals her 10 Most Fascinating People of the year in an ABC special, but some of this year's "captivating" guests were more controversial than others.
Recently set free after spending four years in an Italian jail, Amanda Knox, 24, spoke at a news conference Tuesday evening after arriving at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, one day after an Italian appeals court cleared her of murdering her roommate, Meredith Kercher.
Amanda Knox, 24, the young American woman accused of killing her British roomate Meredith Kercher in Italy in 2007, had her conviction overturned late Monday in Perugia, Italy, after an emotional and lengthy appeals process.