Amanda Knox back in Italy after acquittal
Dateline: Modena - 14 June 2019
Date: 06/14/2019 09:34 AM
Modena - 14 June 1019
1. Mid of American Amanda Knox at Criminal Justice Festival speaking to her fiancee Christopher Robinson
2. Pan down of conference hall
3. Mid of Knox and Robinson
4. Woman behind Knox filming her with mobile phone, Knox and Robinson leaving
5. Wide of building where conference is taking place
6. Various of media outside building
7. Building entrance
8. Woman at media check-in desk
Amanda Knox, a former American exchange student who became the focus of a sensational murder case, attended Friday the beginning of the Criminal Justice Festival in Modena, Italy.
Knox is expected to speak Saturday at a session titled "The Media Criminal Trial."
In the morning session Friday, she sat down to listen to a session on judicial mistakes in the justice system, but she left after few minutes, allegedly annoyed by the photographers.
Knox is in Italy for the first time since an appeals court acquitted her in 2011 in the slaying of her British roommate.
In all, Knox spent four years in jail, including during the investigation, before her 2011 acquittal freed her to return to her native Seattle, where she has lived since.
An Ivorian immigrant, Rudy Guede, is serving a 16-year murder sentence for Kercher's slaying.