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2014-04-30 08:58:29 AM  
If it were my call, there is no way in hell I would extradite her.  Italy is so corrupt and dysfunctional it makes us look like we're doing things right.
 
2014-04-30 09:07:08 AM  
She's guilty alright. Guilty of being a stone cold fox!
 
2014-04-30 09:10:58 AM  

nekom: If it were my call, there is no way in hell I would extradite her.  Italy is so corrupt and dysfunctional it makes us look like we're doing things right.


I hear you.  Our system isn't the greatest, but Italy....damn.
 
2014-04-30 09:21:17 AM  
What a mess!
 
2014-04-30 09:34:14 AM  
She crazy.
 
2014-04-30 09:37:25 AM  
Sounds like CNN has found a white girl story to replace the Malaysian airliner.
 
2014-04-30 09:43:54 AM  

talulahgosh: nekom: If it were my call, there is no way in hell I would extradite her.  Italy is so corrupt and dysfunctional it makes us look like we're doing things right.

I hear you.  Our system isn't the greatest, but Italy....damn.


Doesn't help that the prosecutor in Perugia is a complete nutjob who sees Satan in everything...

/couldn't find the particular article I was looking for
//hope this one suffices
 
2014-04-30 09:54:23 AM  

Paris1127: talulahgosh: nekom: If it were my call, there is no way in hell I would extradite her.  Italy is so corrupt and dysfunctional it makes us look like we're doing things right.

I hear you.  Our system isn't the greatest, but Italy....damn.

Doesn't help that the prosecutor in Perugia is a complete nutjob who sees Satan in everything...

/couldn't find the particular article I was looking for
//hope this one suffices


Every time I read something about him I want to vomit. How that creature has kept his job is beyond comprehension.
 
2014-04-30 09:55:30 AM  
Oh, FFS

nekom: If it were my call, there is no way in hell I would extradite her.  Italy is so corrupt and dysfunctional it makes us look like we're doing things right.


And THIS^
 
2014-04-30 10:05:05 AM  

ginandbacon: Paris1127: talulahgosh: nekom: If it were my call, there is no way in hell I would extradite her.  Italy is so corrupt and dysfunctional it makes us look like we're doing things right.

I hear you.  Our system isn't the greatest, but Italy....damn.

Doesn't help that the prosecutor in Perugia is a complete nutjob who sees Satan in everything...

/couldn't find the particular article I was looking for
//hope this one suffices

Every time I read something about him I want to vomit. How that creature has kept his job is beyond comprehension.


Forget it Jake, it's Italy. Their judicial system is one of the worst in Western Europe. Look no further than Mignini and the conviction of scientists for FAILING TO PREDICT AN EARTHQUAKE.
 
2014-04-30 10:13:06 AM  
I would say WithOut Papers being approved for extradition, it's going to be hard for Italy to take Amanda back to prison.
 
2014-04-30 10:15:59 AM  

Paris1127: ginandbacon: Paris1127: talulahgosh: nekom: If it were my call, there is no way in hell I would extradite her.  Italy is so corrupt and dysfunctional it makes us look like we're doing things right.

I hear you.  Our system isn't the greatest, but Italy....damn.

Doesn't help that the prosecutor in Perugia is a complete nutjob who sees Satan in everything...

/couldn't find the particular article I was looking for
//hope this one suffices

Every time I read something about him I want to vomit. How that creature has kept his job is beyond comprehension.

Forget it Jake, it's Italy. Their judicial system is one of the worst in Western Europe. Look no further than Mignini and the conviction of scientists for FAILING TO PREDICT AN EARTHQUAKE.


I know, I know...I lived in Rome for three years. I kept waiting for the whole country to implode at any moment. And that was before Berlusconi. And yet, it just keeps plugging along.

(And I'm a Jane ;))
 
2014-04-30 10:41:52 AM  

ginandbacon: Paris1127: ginandbacon: Paris1127: talulahgosh: nekom: If it were my call, there is no way in hell I would extradite her.  Italy is so corrupt and dysfunctional it makes us look like we're doing things right.

I hear you.  Our system isn't the greatest, but Italy....damn.

Doesn't help that the prosecutor in Perugia is a complete nutjob who sees Satan in everything...

/couldn't find the particular article I was looking for
//hope this one suffices

Every time I read something about him I want to vomit. How that creature has kept his job is beyond comprehension.

Forget it Jake, it's Italy. Their judicial system is one of the worst in Western Europe. Look no further than Mignini and the conviction of scientists for FAILING TO PREDICT AN EARTHQUAKE.

I know, I know...I lived in Rome for three years. I kept waiting for the whole country to implode at any moment. And that was before Berlusconi. And yet, it just keeps plugging along.

(And I'm a Jane ;))


Ah, mi dispiace. You had to spend 3 years there? I only lived in Siena for three months. And unlike Rome, Siena doesn't drive me insane. As for the country, I don't see Italy imploding. If that happened, that might give impetus to Spain to do the same, and I don't think the EU would like two of its larger economies to suddenly break up into smaller pieces.

/don't get me wrong, I love Italy. Loved my time there.
//but I've visited it 3 times already, I need to visit some other places before I return
///Tuscany's probably the sanest part of Italy, but that's not saying a lot, considering that questo pazzo/cazzo (Mignini) is in neighboring Umbria
 
2014-04-30 10:52:17 AM  
So, I am guessing the US won't extradite.  But would it be a really bad idea for her to ever visit Europe? Any part of Europe?
 
2014-04-30 10:52:18 AM  
Guilty of being Crazy Hot.
 
2014-04-30 10:55:37 AM  

bdub77: I would say WithOut Papers being approved for extradition, it's going to be hard for Italy to take Amanda back to prison.


Heh.  I used to work with a dago that we called Wop.

wopwopwopwopwop
 
2014-04-30 10:56:23 AM  
This is lame.  I preferred it when it was a DRUG-FUELED SATANIC SEX GAME GONE WRONG!

You're just ruining the made for TV movie at this point.  Nobody wants to see roommates fighting.  They can get that on any reality show.

The people want to see DRUG-FUELED SATANIC SEX GAMES!
 
2014-04-30 10:57:07 AM  
She should probably stop murdering people if she doesn't want to go to jail.
 
2014-04-30 10:57:23 AM  
I'd examine her body of evidence
 
2014-04-30 10:58:11 AM  
So... let me get this straight..  The judge ruled her guilty because they found her DNA on her stuff in her apartment?  Because you know... there's no reasonable explanation for how her DNA got on her stuff in her apartment...
 
2014-04-30 11:00:13 AM  
I would date her, I would also raise an eye brow if she wanted roll play.
 
2014-04-30 11:01:04 AM  

stuhayes2010: So, I am guessing the US won't extradite.  But would it be a really bad idea for her to ever visit Europe? Any part of Europe?


I dunno.  I don't want to tar all people of England as the type of rabble that comment on Daily Fail articles, but you should really check out Daily Fail comments.  It's amusing:

Pennan Aberdeenshire, 10 hours ago
I'm sorry America but you are sadly very wrong. I'm not really interested in the DNA which seems pretty conclusive after a SECOND trial so much as the 'confession' your countryman gave the police after 'breaking down'! No one on this planet makes a confession under these circumstances without being guilty as sin. The world saw American 'justice' in the black basketball players trial, who's name escapes me and believe me, to the civilised world, it was a joke. Fingers crossed the Italians get her back to serve her just sentence.
 
2014-04-30 11:01:51 AM  
Cuff her and bring her to my chambers.
 
2014-04-30 11:03:04 AM  
Yup.
www.irishexaminer.com
 
2014-04-30 11:05:20 AM  

LeroyBourne: I would date her, I would also raise an eye brow if she wanted roll play.


Roll play?

Is that, like, a bun in the oven?
 
2014-04-30 11:05:32 AM  
..guilty of having a great rack. And being somewhat cold.
 
2014-04-30 11:06:04 AM  
From the article, it sounds like the prosecution is grasping at straws in a witch hunt.  Besides, Knox is way too hot to go to prison for murder.  Community service as a dance instructor would be good.
 
2014-04-30 11:06:28 AM  

Click Click D'oh: So... let me get this straight..  The judge ruled her guilty because they found her DNA on her stuff in her apartment?  Because you know... there's no reasonable explanation for how her DNA got on her stuff in her apartment...


My thought too. Oh her DNA was on the handle of her kitchen knife that she probably uses to prepare food?
 
2014-04-30 11:06:55 AM  
The evidence is just as flimsy now as it was the last time. Extradition requests will go nowhere.
 
2014-04-30 11:08:23 AM  

ginandbacon: Paris1127: talulahgosh: nekom: If it were my call, there is no way in hell I would extradite her.  Italy is so corrupt and dysfunctional it makes us look like we're doing things right.

I hear you.  Our system isn't the greatest, but Italy....damn.

Doesn't help that the prosecutor in Perugia is a complete nutjob who sees Satan in everything...

/couldn't find the particular article I was looking for
//hope this one suffices

Every time I read something about him I want to vomit. How that creature has kept his job is beyond comprehension.


For those concerned about Amanda Knox being "guilty," please read Douglas Preston's The Monster of Florence, which shows just how incredibly corrupt and inept the Italian judicial system (and its investigators) truly are.  At one point in time, they tried to indict Preston for the murders he was investigating, simply because he was ... investigating the murders.  I think he still can't go to Italy, for fear of being arrested and tried for murders committed WHILE HE WAS OUT OF THE COUNTRY.
 
2014-04-30 11:11:05 AM  

Click Click D'oh: So... let me get this straight..  The judge ruled her guilty because they found her DNA on her stuff in her apartment?  Because you know... there's no reasonable explanation for how her DNA got on her stuff in her apartment...


THIS.

And also this:  "The judge also reasoned that Knox's false accusation of her former boss, Patrick Lumumba, whom she accused of the killing the night she was arrested, proved her guilt."

"Reasoned" isn't exactly the right word there, Yer Honor...it could just as easily be a panicky statement from a young girl accused of, I dunno...murdering someone.  "I didn't do it...it must've been that other guy!"

And this:  "Nencini wrote that the suspects did not need to "share a motive."

Right.  Several people all decided to murder the victim, all at the same time...for different reasons.
 
2014-04-30 11:11:14 AM  

bdub77: I would say WithOut Papers being approved for extradition, it's going to be hard for Italy to take Amanda back to prison.


All you need is Batman, a weather balloon, and a C130 with a hook.
 
2014-04-30 11:12:30 AM  

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: The evidence is just as flimsy now as it was the last time. Extradition requests will go nowhere.


This could all be corrected if they put the prosecutor, Mignini, in prison where he belongs.  Of the insane asylum.

When Guede gets out of prison, he'll leave Italy, then he'll admit than the others had nothing to do with it.
 
2014-04-30 11:13:17 AM  

pute kisses like a man: I'd examine her body of evidence


Bring her to me, it's time for a lengthy strip-search.
 
2014-04-30 11:13:41 AM  

give me doughnuts: Yup.
[www.irishexaminer.com image 600x325]


I'm not sure, and and correct me if I'm wrong, but I think I see ...
 
2014-04-30 11:14:29 AM  

PunGent:
And this:  "Nencini wrote that the suspects did not need to "share a motive."

Right.  Several people all decided to murder the victim, all at the same time...for different reasons.


It's like a real-life game of Clue
 
2014-04-30 11:14:39 AM  

Rapmaster2000: stuhayes2010: So, I am guessing the US won't extradite.  But would it be a really bad idea for her to ever visit Europe? Any part of Europe?

I dunno.  I don't want to tar all people of England as the type of rabble that comment on Daily Fail articles, but you should really check out Daily Fail comments.  It's amusing:

Pennan Aberdeenshire, 10 hours ago
I'm sorry America but you are sadly very wrong. I'm not really interested in the DNA which seems pretty conclusive after a SECOND trial so much as the 'confession' your countryman gave the police after 'breaking down'! No one on this planet makes a confession under these circumstances without being guilty as sin. The world saw American 'justice' in the black basketball players trial, who's name escapes me and believe me, to the civilised world, it was a joke. Fingers crossed the Italians get her back to serve her just sentence.


It's really no different than reading the comments on an American news site though. Seems like no matter what country you look at you'll find their biggest idiots commenting on news sites.

Still, I'd be weary of leaving the States at all if I were her. What a bummer.
 
2014-04-30 11:14:52 AM  

talulahgosh: nekom: If it were my call, there is no way in hell I would extradite her.  Italy is so corrupt and dysfunctional it makes us look like we're doing things right.

I hear you.  Our system isn't the greatest, but Italy....damn.


An Italian magistrate said they sometimes send the innocent to prison, and sometimes the guilty go free, so that makes it even and everything is OK with their system.
 
2014-04-30 11:15:40 AM  
The Italian justice system is completely broken and twisted.
 
2014-04-30 11:15:42 AM  
I've read a few British articles on Knox and they're all absolutely convinced she's guilty despite an irritating lack of evidence.

But who needs evidence? Not the Italian courts.
 
2014-04-30 11:15:55 AM  
img.fark.net
At first, I was like. HOT.
Then I looked at her... Crazy eyes.  Still hot.
 
2014-04-30 11:15:59 AM  

Paris1127: Forget it Jake, it's Italy. Their judicial system is one of the worst in Western Europe. Look no further than Mignini and the conviction of scientists for FAILING TO PREDICT AN EARTHQUAKE.


I was reading about Ayrton Senna's death this morning.  After his crash the company, Williams, that owned his race car was put on trial for manslaughter.  It want back and forth for years with various findings until the supreme court found Williams guilty but couldn't do anything because the statute of limitations expire six years earlier.  The who system is janky
 
2014-04-30 11:16:28 AM  

Rapmaster2000: stuhayes2010: So, I am guessing the US won't extradite.  But would it be a really bad idea for her to ever visit Europe? Any part of Europe?

I dunno.  I don't want to tar all people of England as the type of rabble that comment on Daily Fail articles, but you should really check out Daily Fail comments.  It's amusing:

Pennan Aberdeenshire, 10 hours ago
I'm sorry America but you are sadly very wrong. I'm not really interested in the DNA which seems pretty conclusive after a SECOND trial so much as the 'confession' your countryman gave the police after 'breaking down'! No one on this planet makes a confession under these circumstances without being guilty as sin. The world saw American 'justice' in the black basketball players trial, who's name escapes me and believe me, to the civilised world, it was a joke. Fingers crossed the Italians get her back to serve her just sentence.


It seriously alarms me how the comments on any related article play out on the Daily Fail. I would love to know if it's actually an opinion that the British public holds as a majority, or if all the people that happen to think that way just wait around for the Daily Fail to publish another Amanda Knox article. But their sincere refusal to even try to look at that case rationally is frightening.
 
2014-04-30 11:16:41 AM  

whizbangthedirtfarmer: ginandbacon: Paris1127: talulahgosh: nekom: If it were my call, there is no way in hell I would extradite her.  Italy is so corrupt and dysfunctional it makes us look like we're doing things right.

I hear you.  Our system isn't the greatest, but Italy....damn.

Doesn't help that the prosecutor in Perugia is a complete nutjob who sees Satan in everything...

/couldn't find the particular article I was looking for
//hope this one suffices

Every time I read something about him I want to vomit. How that creature has kept his job is beyond comprehension.

For those concerned about Amanda Knox being "guilty," please read Douglas Preston's The Monster of Florence, which shows just how incredibly corrupt and inept the Italian judicial system (and its investigators) truly are.  At one point in time, they tried to indict Preston for the murders he was investigating, simply because he was ... investigating the murders.  I think he still can't go to Italy, for fear of being arrested and tried for murders committed WHILE HE WAS OUT OF THE COUNTRY.


That is a great book. Preston wasn't accused of the murders (he was interrogated by Mignini, though). His writing partner, Mario Spezi, however, spent several months in jail because reasons. He can, however, still visit Italy. He probably just doesn't want to.
 
2014-04-30 11:18:51 AM  
www2.pictures.zimbio.com
 
2014-04-30 11:21:01 AM  
If they have solid photographic or video evidence of her killing the hell out of her roommate, I can see extradicting her.  Short of that.  They need to STFU and leave her alone.

They tried her.  Found her guilty.  Tried her again.  Found her not guilty.  SO not guilty that she was allowed to leave the country.  In no sane universe should she be made to answer for any of this again.
 
2014-04-30 11:21:34 AM  
How many times do you get tried by the Italian courts?  This is like her 17th trial or something.
 
2014-04-30 11:22:21 AM  
...and yet hordes of fark attorneys will continue to defend a murderer because they think she's cute.
 
2014-04-30 11:24:31 AM  

durbnpoisn: If they have solid photographic or video evidence of her killing the hell out of her roommate, I can see extradicting her.  Short of that.  They need to STFU and leave her alone.

They tried her.  Found her guilty.  Tried her again.  Found her not guilty.  SO not guilty that she was allowed to leave the country.  In no sane universe should she be made to answer for any of this again.


There's still at least one more to go.  Maybe the Italian supreme court will find them (Sollecito is stuck in Italy) not guilty.
 
2014-04-30 11:24:39 AM  

doubled99: ...and yet hordes of fark attorneys will continue to defend a murderer because they think she's cute.


nice try, but not enough anguish or vitriol to get many bites.
 
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