(Rudy was found guilty in a separate trial.) In their first trial, Amanda and Raffaele were convicted and jailed.
An appeal reversed that decision, and both were freed, with Amanda returning to America.
This started out as a storybook romance but turned into an ongoing nightmare.
A third person, Rudy Guede, was also convicted of Kercher’s murder and remains behind bars.“I was told that my best-case scenario would likely consist of writing my memoir and then disappearing,” Knox says.
“Whether I deserved it or not, there was nothing I could do but accept that the story of the girl accused of murdering her roommate would be the frame through which people viewed and consumed me, and through which I had to pass to live my life.”“I can’t tell you how grateful I am that things didn’t turn out that way,” she says., a novel co-written by Seattle poet and author Christopher Robinson, and she later met Robinson at a local book launch.“I was probably the only person at the party who didn’t really know who she was,” Robinson tells PEOPLE.
Jennifer Rosoff, a young Manhattan advertising executive, brought Stephen Close to her apartment after their first date and stepped out onto her balcony for a cigarette.
Stephen claims he warned her to be careful but she told him she had done this before.
It was found out later the man shot them just for kicks.