Denouement

Knox’s legal saga could end with her winning millions in compensation

On Friday, Italy’s top court cleared Amanda Knox of any culpability in the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher — once and for all. During a tearful statement made outside of her family’s home, Knox said, “I’m grateful to have my life back.” However, the legal maneuvering won’t end there. A lawyer for Knox has vowed that the Knox family will “be seeking compensation for wrongful imprisonment.” Knox spent four years in an Italian prison after a court found her guilty of murder and sexual assault in 2009. The lawyer also reportedly said Knox is planning to make a trip back to Italy. Given how things went awry the last time she visited there, Knox might want to rethink that plan.

Read the full story at The Telegraph.

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