Italy’s top court will review the Amanda Knox murder case on Wednesday, the latest development in a legal back-and-forth that has captured international attention. Knox—also known in the media as “Foxy Knoxy” (shudder)—and her ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were found guilty of murdering Meredith Kercher, who was stabbed 47 times while studying abroad in the university city of Perugia in 2007. The pair were acquitted on appeal in 2011 after serving only four years in an Italian jail. Knox returned to the United States, but last year, the couple was found guilty by Italian judges once again. Though Knox has said she would have to be dragged “kicking and screaming” back to Italy, Italian authorities may try to extradite her if the guilty verdict is confirmed by the country’s highest court.
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