Juror reveals doubts on ‘killer’ Knox
An Italian juror who helped to reconvict Amanda Knox has revealed she has “grave doubts” over the American’s involvement in the murder of her flatmate, the British student Meredith Kercher.
Knox and her boyfriend Rafaelle Sollecito were sentenced to 26 and 25 years for the 2009 murder in Perugia and served four years before being freed on appeal in 2011.
Knox returned to the US but was reconvicted last year.
Genny Ballerini, part of a panel that reinstated Knox’s conviction, said that the case contained “questionable proof”.
The final appeal will be heard next week.
If it fails, Italy can request Knox’s extradition.Daily Mail