Amanda Knox's

Amanda Knox's


Sacramento, California (CA), US
When Amanda Knox's murder conviction was overturned by an Italian jury on Monday, she was free to do something she hadn't done in four years: touch the grass.

During her four years in an Italian prison, Knox, 24 – who was studying abroad in Perugia when she was accused of the brutal 2007 murder of her roommate Meredith Kercher – spent 22 hours a day inside an 18-ft.-by-13-ft. cell she shared with at least one and sometimes as many as three other inmates.
When Amanda Knox's murder conviction was overturned by an Italian jury on Monday, she was free to do something she hadn't done in four years: touch the grass.

During her four years in an Italian prison, Knox, 24 – who was studying abroad in Perugia when she was accused of the brutal 2007 murder of her roommate Meredith Kercher – spent 22 hours a day inside an 18-ft.-by-13-ft. cell she shared with at least one and sometimes as many as three other inmates.
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