Amanda Knox Case Appeal

Murdered Meredith Kercher’s sister today said that Meredith will ‘not be forgotten’ and did not ‘die in vain’ as the appeals case of Amanda Knox continues. The American student was convicted of killing her British roommate in the Italian city of Perugia in 2007 but is fighting the trial. This trial was resumed on Monday with lawyers questioning independent experts who cast doubt on the evidence used in the first trial.

Murdered Meredith Kercher's sister today said that Meredith will 'not be forgotten' and did not 'die in vain' as the appeals case of Amanda Knox continues. The American student was convicted of killing her British roommate in the Italian city of Perugia in 2007 but is fighting the trial. This trial was resumed on Monday with lawyers questioning independent experts who cast doubt on the evidence used in the first trial.

Murdered Meredith Kercher's sister today said that Meredith will 'not be forgotten' and did not 'die in vain' as the appeals case of Amanda Knox continues. The American student was convicted of killing her British roommate in the Italian city of Perugia in 2007 but is fighting the trial. This trial was resumed on Monday with lawyers questioning independent experts who cast doubt on the evidence used in the first trial.

Murdered Meredith Kercher's sister today said that Meredith will 'not be forgotten' and did not 'die in vain' as the appeals case of Amanda Knox continues. The American student was convicted of killing her British roommate in the Italian city of Perugia in 2007 but is fighting the trial. This trial was resumed on Monday with lawyers questioning independent experts who cast doubt on the evidence used in the first trial.

Murdered Meredith Kercher's sister today said that Meredith will 'not be forgotten' and did not 'die in vain' as the appeals case of Amanda Knox continues. The American student was convicted of killing her British roommate in the Italian city of Perugia in 2007 but is fighting the trial. This trial was resumed on Monday with lawyers questioning independent experts who cast doubt on the evidence used in the first trial.