Retired FBI Agent Steve Moore's blog
Mark Waterbury, Ph.D., a scientist who has been following this case, has done extensive research regarding this case. His blog reviews the distorted and pseudoscientific evidence developed by the prosecution to justify their incarceration.
Perugia Shock provides comprehensive analysis of this case from a resident of Perugia. The blog is written by Frank Sfarzo. Frank is a journalist living in Perugia who was in the courtroom and provides a first hand account of the trial.
Candace Dempsey's blog, Let's Talk About True Crime, offers coverage and discussion of the case. Candace is the author of Murder in Italy, a book about this case. You can read more about Candace and her book here.
Chris Halkides, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, has written several excellent articles in regard to the case.
Ray Turner's blog discuses the major flaws in the prosecutions case. Contributors Charlie Wilkes, Andrew Lowery and Ray Turner provide their perspective on the wide range of issues that plague the prosecutions case.
Court appointed independent forensic experts, Stefano Conti and Carla Vecchiotti, from Rome's Sapienza University, have released a scathing report detailing gross negligence on the part of lead forensic scientist, Patricia Stefanoni. The alleged murder weapon and a DNA laced bra clasp have been fully discredited leaving absolutely no credible evidence to confirm the convictions of Amanda and Raffaelle.
The Micheli Report is a 106 page report written by Judge Micheli explaining the guilty ruling against Rudy Guede. The report has been translated into English.
Click here to read the translated version of the Micheli report. (will be online shortly)
Amanda's email home shortly before her arrest
Amanda Knox sent an email home two days before she was arrested so that she could explain the situation to her friends and family back in the US.
Amanda's prison diary pages released to the press
Amanda Knox kept a diary in prison shortly after her arrest. Her diary was confiscated by the police. Part of the diary was released to the public. The media ran salacious headlines in regard to Amanda's writing. You can read more about the media coverage here. In reality, the diary shows how young Amanda is. She writes about daily life in prison. She writes how she is angry that the police lied to her about Patrick and that she is happy that he is released. The pages do not reveal any really important information. It just highlights the media's attempt to destroy the credibility of Amanda Knox. It is hardly the "disturbing diary" that the media portrayed it to be.
Google Map showing satellite view of the Cottage where Meredith was murdered.
a website detailing the wrongful conviction of Amanda Knox & Raffaele Sollecito