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Tags !MOD BOX WARNING! , Amanda Knox , Italy cases , Meredith Kercher , murder cases , Raffaele Sollecito

Old 19th November 2018, 04:17 PM   #1881
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Originally Posted by bagels View Post
To summarize the last 20,000 posts or so:

Us: Knox was acquitted cause the evidence against her was bad, the high court and all esteemed commenters unanimously agreed on this too.

Vixen: No you're wrong it's a mafia conspiracy. And all the acquitting judges were bent and all the defense experts/pro-innocent experts were paid shills!

Us: Nah lol
Fixed that for you.
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