NEW YORK (Reuters) - Amanda Knox, the American student accused of the 2007 murder of her British roommate while both were students in Italy, paints herself in her new memoir as a naive young women railroaded by a foreign justice system. Full story
Susan Page of USA Today sat down with Amanda Knox for her first interview with a reporter about her 5-year legal battle and years behind bars in Italy. Her new book, “Waiting to Be Heard,” was released Tuesday. Andrea Mitchell talks to Page about the interview, and the highly anticipated book.
Amanda Knox has kept a low profile since her release from Italian prison a year and a half ago, but speaks out about her ordeal in a new memoir. Her lawyer Theodore Simon told TODAY’s Lester Holt about the book and what Knox can expect from the Italian justice system.
Author of “Fatal Gift of Beauty” about Amanda Knox’s time in Italy, Nina Burleigh, talks to MSNBC’s Alex Witt. She discusses Knox’s new book “Waiting to be Heard” and Knox’s disconcerting experience with the Italian justice system.
Amanda Knox speaks to Diane Sawyer in New York during an interview to air April 30, 2013 on the ABC television network in this undated handout photo released by ABC. Knox, 25, spent four years in prison for the murder of Meredith Kercher while both were exchange students at Perugia University in It
The front cover of a memoir entitled 'Waiting to be Heard' by Amanda Knox is seen in an undated handout photo released by publisher HarperCollins. Knox said she considered suicide if her 2007 murder conviction of a British roommate in Italy had not been overturned, according to an advance copy of K
This April 9, 2013 photo released by ABC shows Amanda Knox during the taping of an interview with ABC News' Diane Sawyer in New York. Last month, Italy's highest criminal court overturned her acquittal in the 2007 slaying of British student Meredith Kercher and ordered a new trial. The interview wi
EXCLUSIVE: Amanda Knox and boyfriend James Terrano stroll through Seattle, Washington. Knox held hands with her musician beau and looked adoringly at him as they walked down the street. While Knox carried a small rucksack on her back, Terrano had a guitar case strung over his shoulder. The photos we