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The Amanda Knox story is not over by a long shot. Knox should know in the coming weeks whether she coud be extradited back to Italy. Are there larger issues involved in this criminal case? Will politics play a role in the process? Is she a victim of an overzealous prosecution? Join us as we discuss the ever evolving Amanda Knox saga.
Tune in on Tuesday May 20, at 8 PM CDT (What is Central Daylight Time?)
This week we will be discussing the Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito case with our guest Luca Cheli.
In December of 2009, Amanda Knox & Raffaele Sollecito were wrongfully convicted for the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher, in Perugia Italy. In October of 2011, Amanda and Raffaele were declared innocent on appeal and were released from prison. In March of 2013, the Italian Supreme Court overturned the acquittals and ordered the case back to the appellate level. In January of this year, an appeals court in Florence reinstated the guilty verdicts for the two. The presiding Judge Allasandro Nencini released a motivation document in April explaining the decision.
The first detailed analysis of Nencini's ruling titled “Knox and Sollecito: Dissection of a Conviction” is now available in English on wrongfulconvictionnews.com. This excellent analysis was written by Luca Cheli. Luca is a member of our advisory board and he is a key advocate working with Injustice Anywhere.
We are happy to have Luca back on the show to discuss his latest analysis.
The Amanda Knox trial verdict that has clearly captured the American public's interest will be discussed. Amanda Knox was found guilty of murder by an Italian court on Thursday, January 30, 2014 in a case that dates back to 2007. The judge sentenced Knox to 28 years in prison and her former Italian boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito and co-defendant was sentenced to 25 years. It is definitely a case that has many people talking and that is exactly what we will do here in the next broadcast. Please join us for what will be an enlightening episode that centers around the the Knox murder trial, justice and how cases are won and lost both in America and abroad.
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is an American woman who, in 2009, was convicted of the murder of Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Umbria, Italy. She served four years of a 26-year sentence before the murder conviction was overturned on October 3, 2011. However, on March 26, 2013, Knox's acquittal was overturned by the Italian Supreme Court, sending the case back to the lower court for reconsideration
Tune in on Tuesday October 22, at 8 PM CDT. (what is Central Daylight Time?) On this week's show we will be continuing our discussion of the Amanda Knox & Raffaele Sollecito case. This week’s scheduled guest is Luca Cheli from Turin, Italy. Luca will discuss his view of the case from his perspective as an Italian citizen. Our topics will include: the Italian Supreme Court’s ruling to send the case back to the appellate level, aspects of Italian law pertinent to this case, the current legal status of Amanda and Raffaele in Italy, and the current appeal trial taking place in Florence Italy. Amanda and Raffaele were wrongfully convicted in December 2009, for the murder of Meredith Kercher in November 2007. Both were acquitted on appeal in October of 2011. Unfortunately, common sense was thrown out the window in March of this year when the Italian Supreme Court overturned the acquittals, sending the case back to the appellate level for review. The third trial began on September 30, and is expected to wrap up at the end of November. Please visit Injustice in Perugia to learn more about this case.
This episode of Case to Case episode will cover the Amanda Knox trial. The following topics will be covered:
The extradition treaty between the United States and Italy. Why the retrial of Amanda Knox is not double jeopardy. Why Amanda Knox might want to consider fleeing the United States. As always the live chat will be open up to an hour before the show goes live. Listeners are encouraged to connect to BTR with their Faceook accounts or create a BTR account (free and obligation free) to participate in the live chat.
I will answer questions about the case live to those who ask them, and may even have a cohost or guest caller or two.
Music : (With permission from artist) Awkwafina "Peggy Bundy"
Tune in on Tuesday October 15, at 9 PM CDT. (what is Central Daylight Time?) On this week's show we will be discussing the Amanda Knox & Raffaele Sollecito case with retired Superior Court Judge Mike Heavey and retired FBI Agent Steve Moore. Amanda and Raffaele were wrongfully convicted in December 2009, for the murder of Meredith Kercher in November 2007. Both were acquitted on appeal in October of 2011. Unfortunately, common sense was thrown out the window in March of this year when the Italian Supreme Court overturned the acquittals, sending the case back to the appellate level for review. The third trial began on September 30, and is expected to wrap up at the end of November. We will be taking calls in the final segment. Please call in with any comments or questions: (347) 850-1478. Please visit Injustice in Perugia to learn more about this case.
Tune in on Tuesday January 21, at 8 PM CST.
This week we will be discussing the DNA evidence presented in Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito case.
On December 4, 2009, Amanda Knox & Raffaele Sollecito were wrongfully convicted for the murder of Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy.
Meredith Kercher was murdered by Rudy Guede in Perugia Italy, November 1st, 2007. Meredith was a beautiful young woman who had her life stolen from her in an act of pure evil. Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito had absolutely nothing to do with her murder. They are both innocent.
On October 3, 2011, Amanda and Raffaele were declared innocent on appeal and were released from prison.
On March 26, 2013, the Italian Supreme Court overturned the acquittals of Amanda and Raffaele and ordered a new trial.
The current trial began on September 30, 2013, in Florence Italy and is scheduled to conclude at the end of this month.
Injustice Anywhere Radio is happy to kick off our first show of the new year with two excellent guests: Professor Christopher Halkides, and Molecular Biologist Tom Zupancic.
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Amanda Knox Verdict & What's in the Stars for Justin Bieber?
Astrologers Leslie Hale and Astrologernyc discuss Amanda Knox Verdict and Justin Bieber's astrology chart and transits. Justin Drew Bieber was born on March 1, 1994, in London, Ontario, at St Joseph's Hospital. A Canadian pop musician who shot to superstardom in 2008 after being discovered on YouTube. He has been in the news a lot this past year as his life seems to be spinning out of control. Most recently in January 2014 he was arrested for drag racing and drug use. What is going on with him and what can we expect in the future for him? Picture of Justin Bieber from Wikipedia.org Intro music: "In The West" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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RIKI KNOX is a singer, songwriter and entertainer who’s unique sound and genuine lyrics have seen her blazing a new trail in the country music scene. She has a style that is authentically her own. With the term ‘Bro Country’ at its peak, she offers a strong reminder that being “raised country” is a way of life…without gender attachment. “I grew up as one of the guys” she recalls. "Sure, I was happy to sit on the passenger side of the pick up, or on the back of the four wheeler, but that doesn’t mean I wasn’t doing my fair share of the driving” She’s a girl who values and appreciates the ‘little things in life’. That grounded mindset has seen her go from playing church and charity events, to sharing the big stage with artists like Dallas Smith, Marc Jordan, and Justin Hines - to name a few.
2014 found Riki filling her travel book with trips between Toronto and Nashville, and into Western Canada to lay the groundwork for her forthcoming album. “I wanted to write songs that really spoke to who I am as both an artist and a person” she explains. Staying true to that statement, she spent time writing with some very notable songwriters, including Willie Mack (Sara Evans, Collin Raye, The Oakridge Boys, Mark Wills), Jason McCoy (The Road Hammers), Duane Steele, Jake Mathews, Patricia Conroy, and Troy Kokol among others. When satisfied that she had the right songs in hand, she headed back to Nashville armed with the goal of creating great new music that her fans would appreciate and relate to. With Willie Mack at the producers helm, the infectious hooks and lyrics, along with Riki’s energy and unique style, manage to seamlessly blend classic country, country rock, and a new age sound without missing a beat.
Riki's new single is called Six Feet Under.
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What happens when you cross Trump with Jeff Foxworthy? Huffington post Rachel Thompson and Writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz knows. ITS our guest Tim Knox
As a sought-after corporate speaker and comedian, published author, talk radio host, syndicated business columnist, and self-professed Mama's Boy, Tim's unique perspective is enjoyed by thousands who listen to his radio show, read his books and columns, and hear him speak every year.
Whether talking about business, success, motivation, life, family, kids, or dogs (he has 9 at last count) Tim's colorful message is filled with good humor and common sense: two things that are sorely lacking in the world today.
Tim has been interviewed by the Wall St. Journal, the NY Times, USA Today, Fox News, ABC News, CBS News and many other media outlets on the topics of entrepreneurship, small business, and technology.
And Tim's message is spreading fast. His videos and columns can be found on over 35,000 different websites and that number grows every week.
As a serial entrepreneur, Tim is the founder and president of four successful technology companies and serves as an investor, mentor and advisor to many companies in his home town of Huntsville, Alabama.