The lawyer for Meredith Kercher's family showed photos of the British murder victim's bloodied body Monday, pointing out multiple stab wounds as he urged an Italian jury not to overturn the murder convictions of Amanda Knox and Rafaelle Sollecito.
"I show you these pictures to show you the pain of Meredith," Francesco Maresca said.
"She didn't have defensive wounds. It means that she was tied up, that she had more than one aggressor," the lawyer said.
He attacked as "useless" a review of DNA evidence that may cast doubt on the original convictions.
American student Knox and her former boyfriend Sollecito were convicted of the killing in 2009 and are now fighting to have the verdicts overturned. Knox was sentenced to 26 years in prison, while Sollecito got 25.FULL STORY