Sunday, January 19, 2014

Amanda Knox Could Become Virtual Prisoner in U.S.

The Daily Mail has a story that is almost comical in its naivety of America:
Amanda Knox could become a 'virtual prisoner' in America if an Italian court upholds her original conviction for the murder of her former roommate Meredith Kercher.

Knox, 26, has stayed in Seattle while there is an Italian retrial for the murder of the Leeds University student Meredith, 21.

She and her ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito are accused of stabbing Ms Kercher to death and sexually assaulting her while the young women were studying abroad in Perugia in 2007.

Her lawyer Anne Bremner told the Sunday Express: 'If the court finds against her, it could make it very difficult for her to travel.
'She could be subject to arrest in a country that has such an arrangement with Italy and that would probably include most countries.
Oh no! Stuck in the third largest country in the world, an area roughly as large as Europe, with 300 million people. (See also this article). She might only be able to travel to L.A., or New York, or Chicago, or Boston, or Washington D.C., or Miami, or Hawaii, or the U.S. Virgin Islands, or the Grand Canyon, or Aspen, or Park City, or the Smoky Mountains, or the Rocky Mountains, or the Sierra Nevada Mountains, or Alaska, or ... well, you get the idea. I don't think she is going to get bored.

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