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Topic - Curt Knox
The courtship of Amanda Knox's family by American television networks eager to win an exclusive interview with her extended to providing temporary accommodations for two of her younger sisters.
As Amanda Knox returned to her hometown of Seattle on Tuesday after being acquitted on murder charges after four years in prison, her father shifted his concern to her future.
American student Amanda Knox won another battle in her quest to overturn a conviction for murdering her British roommate in Italy when an appeals court rejected a prosecutor's request Wednesday for more DNA testing.
The police official who conducted the original investigation in the Amanda Knox case defended her standards Monday after an independent review harshly criticized the evidence used to convict the American student of murdering her British roommate.
The parents of Amanda Knox, an American student convicted of murder in Italy, were ordered Tuesday to stand trial for claiming that Italian police abused their daughter, a lawyer and media reports said.