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The Monster of Perugia: The Framing of Amanda Knox Paperback – January 26, 2011
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Dr. Mark Waterbury is a materials scientist and engineer with extensive experience at a wide swath of science and technology fields, and at observing the behavior of people in powerful positions. When he is not writing books and developing and reviewing forensic identification technologies, Dr. Waterbury hikes in the Cascade mountains of Washington state, designs vertical gardening systems, invents renewable resources, and tries to prevent the conquest of Earth by extremists of all stripes.
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In my brief experience mentioning my praise for these two books, I was stunned to see how many of my friends and family had absolutely NO evidence of Amanda's guilt but yet was sure of it. They are an example of how the drive by media has truly killed her credibility. It makes you not want to travel and if you do, have a good lawyer on your trip.
(ps - Tabloid journalism has 'rules' (none) of its own (and no conscience). Number one rule: Money, monay, money. Some former tabloid writers are finally, 'outting' this shameful field for what it is.
Hack: Sex, Drugs, and Scandal from Inside the Tabloid Jungle
Perhaps literacy is such a highly desirable quality for any nation that our (civilized?) governments wouldn't dare step in try to stop anyone from reading (or writing) anything, no matter how deceitful, destructive or hurtful it is.
Of course tabloids and tabloid writers get sued all the time for their shameless slander, tho they believe they are quick and stealth enough to keep outrunning it.
The threat of bankruptcy hangs successfully well over their tiny, money-grubbing, little heads.
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