'Frantic search for one or more guilty parties' undermined prosecution's ‘search for substantial truth,’ Italian judges say
ROME—Italy’s top criminal court has scathingly faulted prosecutors for presenting a flawed and hastily constructed case against Amanda Knox and her former Italian boyfriend, saying Monday it threw out their convictions for the 2007 murder of her British roommate in part because there was no proof th...
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