The first words out of my mouth after hearing Amanda Knox speak are “WOW”.
I am utterly stunned at her responses, but Amanda has not fit the part that she has portrayed from day one, and this is just another instance.
Imagine you were wrongly accused, locked up for several years, supposedly hit by authorities, had to endure multiple trials of all lies, and finally, you were set free.
Would you feel “gratitude” after having to suffer for years and be looked at as a murderer due to an atrocious foreign injustice??
I don’t think so.
I watched Amanda and looked for any signs of pain for all the injustices she supposedly endured, and there are none. She didn’t have it when she first arrived home from her Italian prison, either. It was oddly and always missing.
Amanda only stressed when she tried to get people to believe her.
Amanda is so relieved, so free of any pain to support that she suffered the injustices she wants us to believe.
If Amanda was guilty, however, her behavior makes total sense.
I can understand “relief” that they finally got it “right” if one were innocent, but we don’t see relief. We see GRATITUDE!
And if you notice her mom is the only one that thinks of the word “right” — not Amanda, oddly. I would think that is the first thing she would think of if she were a victim in this case, but she doesn’t.
Furthermore, when Amanda talks of Meredith, there is no sadness to support her sympathy for Meredith. There are no oblique eyebrows whatsoever. No pain for Meredith at all. She works hard to try to find that place and fails.
And at the end, Amanda says she is the “lucky one”.
How many wrongly accused people have you heard feel they are the “lucky one”?
Its pure insanity!!
But yes, Amanda, you were one of the lucky ones. You were able to walk when I don’t believe you should have…
You vote. What do you think?