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DECEIT: The Meredith Kercher Murder Mystery (Amanda Knox Shakedown Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B00Y9CS69C
- Publication date : May 24, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 1284 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 357 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #769,596 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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While I don't agree with every speculation of Nick's -- I have many of my own -- I do appreciate that he examines what's real. For everyone trying to follow the case, it's been difficult to sift through the exhaustive amount of subterfuge, deceit, and duplicity from rabid AK fan club members, a professional 'damage-control' PR / media manipulation machine, lazy mainstream US media lapdogs, and AK's lying family -- people and organizations who clearly would stop at nothing to defend their favorite two murderers. The worst of them always show up to deliberately hurl their vile insults and spew hatred at anyone who doesn't howl about the great Italian conspiracy perpetrated against the murderer AK, or who don't constantly drool like a fool over AK's beauty and brilliance. The AK jerks are certainly out in force at trying to bring down this book -- they try and destroy anyone who seeks to get the truth out about Meredith's murder and AK's direct involvement in her death.
Top reviews from other countries
I like to think i don't have an agenda and am looking at all the evidence in this case objectively. What this book does do, as the author intended even if you don't 'buy' his version of events, is present a strong, convincing narrative that Knox and Solliceto must know a lot more about Merediths murder than they have hitherto disclosed. Although a lot of the evidence against Knox and Sillitoe is circumstantial, there is far, far too much of it to ignore. I think the book is worth reading but strongly urge you research the Knox pro and con material before reaching your own conclusions. For my money, before i read this book i believed that Knox was involved in some way in the murder (not necessarily the murderer) and am equally convinced now. Rudy Guede is a convicted murderer and the one person that we know was definitely at the villa at the time of the murder. If Knox was not involved, then who else could have been?
I hope that one day the full truth will come out and justice will be done so that Merdith's family can find some sort of peace. I'd have given the book 3 and a half stars but forced to choose went for 4.
Around 21:30 – 22:00
Antonio Curatolo, a reliable witness, while reading the Espresso newspaper, notices Amanda and Raffaele in the little square in front of the University for Foreigners; he knows each of them from before, by sight; he notices them again around 23:00
The people in the garage react to a scream just before 10 so K and S cannot be at the baseball court till after 10 and they have had no time to get rid of bloodied clothes yet Curator does not report this. You also do not account for scream after 11 and footsteps running away.
Curator saw them BETWEEN 9.30 and 10. They cannot be in two places at once.