I think it's worth reading this if you think it's some variety of a clear cut case.

It's not worth reading that, unless you're interested in a case study in deceptive reporting.

The case is extremely clear-cut. The major US media often got minor details wrong (especially details having to do with how the Italian legal system works), but seldom did they get the important evidence wrong. Their "one-sided presentation" was accurate.

By contrast, the linked article completely distorts the evidence. It reads like the stuff you read at pro-guilt hate... (read more)

The major US media often got minor details wrong (especially details having to do with how the Italian legal system works)

Claiming that Guede implicated Sollecito and Knox as a part of a plea bargain and got his sentence cut down for that sounds quite major to me.

Likewise there's a major disagreement with regards to the interrogation where Knox implicated Lumumba (whom the police later cleared, by the way, the same bad police); Knox claims it was after many hours long interrogation and she was literally hit on the head by some policeperson, police says... (read more)

[LINK] Amanda Knox exonerated

by fortyeridania 1 min read28th Mar 201558 comments

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Here are the New York Times, CNN, and NBC. Here is Wikipedia for background.

The case has made several appearances on LessWrong; examples include: