October 3rd, 2011
05:10 PM ET

Live blog: Amanda Knox to go free after jury overturns murder conviction

For further updates please read the full CNN Wire story here.

[Updated at 7:30 p.m. ET] Business mogul Donald Trump told CNN’s Erin Burnett he hoped that Amanda Knox would somehow be able to rebound and make some “dividends” off her ordeal. “I”ve been supporting the family. I’ve been helping the family and will continue to help them,” he said.

“For her to have spent four years in a terrible jail is just outrageous,” he said. "I don’t think they [the Knox family] can leave [Italy] quick enough. She went to Italy to learn the language. Well, she learned the language,” he said.

[Updated at 6:54 p.m. ET] Rocco Girlanda, a member of the Italian parliament who became an advocate for Knox, said she was  "incredibly happy" upon leaving prison. He said Knox will leave Tuesday for Seattle, her hometown.

[Updated at 6:22 p.m. ET] Rocco Girlanda spoke briefly with the father of Raffaele Sollecito, Knox’s former boyfriend and co-defendant.

The family had no plans to meet with Knox and were “driving towards our home,” he said, according to Girlanda. “Raffaele is very spaced out,” Girlanda said Sollecito's father told him.

Read: Italian jury clears Amanda Knox of murder

[Updated at 6:15 p.m. ET] Jeffrey Toobin, a CNN contributor and legal analyst, said the evidence against Knox was “somewhere between thin and non-existent.”

[Updated at 6:09 p.m. ET] Amanda Knox is in an undisclosed location with family and will take the next flight to Seattle, Washington, CNN’s Matthew Chance reported.

“She’s told everybody that she wants to get back home as soon as possible. She told the court that earlier today. She begged them. She pleaded with them," Chance said.

[Updated at 6:00 p.m. ET] CNN’s Matthew Chance described the courtroom scene as the ruling was read: “It was absolutely electric. There were whoops. There were tears.” Amanda Knox “was in hysterics, in a positive way,” he said. Quietly sobbing, she was quickly led out of the courtroom. “She could barely walk,” he said.

Also present were members of slaying victim Meredith Kercher’s family, including her mother and sister, who cried on a man’s shoulder as the ruling was read.

“These were very different emotions sort of circulating through that courtroom,” he said.

[Updated at 5:49 p.m. ET] CNN's Becky Anderson, reporting from outside the courtroom, said the crowd, comprised largely of young people, seemed divided. “Many of them are absolutely furious over what they heard today. ‘How could they [court officials] have gone this far andoverturned on appeal?” she said, summarizing a viewpoint of those milling around the building in Perugia.

“Others say this shows that the Italian justice system works," she said.

[Updated at 5:34 p.m. ET] Rocco Girlanda, Italian MP,  tells CNN and other media outside the jail that Amanda Knox is meeting her parents a few miles from the prison. Her first desire is to lie down on a green field, he said.

Knox enjoyed a measure of support inside the prison. She jumped for joy when other prisoners said  “Well done!” CNN's Paula Newton reported.

[Updated at 5:10 p.m. ET] Amanda Knox has left the Capanne prison where she has been held for four years.

Knox was in the back of a black tinted car and is officially a free woman, CNN's Paula Newton reported.

"That was her private escort out of here,” said Paula of a Mercedes sedan that exited the prison. “I did get a very short glimpse of her. It was her."

A book author and Italian parliamentarian who was friendly with Knox said she was very happy about the ruling but was anxious to see her family.

Rocco Girlanda told reporters that Knox's passport is okay and she will leave for Seattle, Washington on Tuesday morning from Italy.

[Updated at 5:01 p.m. ET] Meredith Kercher's family returned to their hotel and issued the following statement according to a spokesman:

"We respect the decision of the judges but we do not understand how the decision of the first trial could be so radically overturned," the statement said. "We still trust the Italian judicial system and hope that the truth will eventually emerge."

[Updated at 4:41 p.m. ET] A tinted van drove inside the Capanne prison compound but there has been no confirmation that it contained either Knox or her co-defendant Sollecito. Authorities at the prison have remained tight-lipped about the process of when or how Knox will leave the prison.

[Updated at 4:35 p.m. ET] A convoy of cars with sirens is returning to prison, likely with Amanda Knox inside.

If she is indeed back at the prison she will likely pick up her remaining belongings, sign a few papers and leave.

There is a heavy security presence in front of the prison gates, CNN's Paula Newton reported.

Newton said they believe Knox was inside the convoy because they could hear cheers erupting from inside the prison, presumably on her arrival.

[Updated at 4:23 p.m. ET] Victoria Nuland, a spokeswoman for the U.S.State Department said the following regarding the Knox verdict:

"The United States appreciates the careful consideration of this matter within the Italian judicial system. Our Embassy in Rome will continue to provide appropriate consular assistance to Ms. Knox and her family."

[Updated at 4:23 p.m. ET] An Italian court on Monday night ordered the immediate release of Amanda Knox after a jury overturned her murder conviction, Knox's lawyer, Carlo Dalla Vedova told CNN.

The prosecution can appeal the case to the highest court in Italy. Both will be freed and it will be up to Italy to make an extradition request to the United States should the high court overturn the appeals verdict.

[Updated at 4:22 p.m. ET] CNN's Becky Anderson reports that the crowd is continuing to mill about after the verdict.

"There are people who are protesting her decision here,” she said. ‘There have been shouts, screams.”

[Updated at 4:08 p.m. ET] One of Amanda Knox’s lawyers, Carlo Dallas Vedova, said outside court that “we are satisfied" with the jury's ruling.

"Amanda is released," he said. "She wants to go back home. She has always confirmed that she was a friend of Meredith."

He said that she will be leaving Italy "as soon as possible."

"She really wants to go back home," he said.

[Updated at 4:06 p.m. ET] CNN's Matthew Chance said that before the verdict was read Amanda Knox “looked devastated. She was sitting on the chair sobbing, talking to her lawyer and the decision was delivered very quickly. What it means is that after four years in jail she can walk free tonight.”

[Updated at 4:06 p.m. ET] CNN's Richard Allen Greene reports that a mostly young and rowdy but cheerful crowd has converged on the square outside courthouse. There are at least hundreds filling the square, he reported.

[Updated at 3:58 p.m. ET] Deanna Knox, one of Amanda's sisters, spoke outside the courthouse thanking those who supported their family throughout the case.

“Not only did [defense lawyers] defend her brilliantly but they also loved her ... and lastly we are faithful to the court for having the courage to look for the truth," she said.

There were cheers of approval from the crowd in as she spoke.

"She suffered for four years for a crime that she did not commit," Deanna Knox said of her sister.

She then praised the jury's ruling.

"We are thankful to the court for having the courage to look for the truth and overturn this conviction," Deanna Knox told reporters.

She then asked that Amanda Knox and the family be given the privacy to "recover from this horrible ordeal."

[Updated at 3:58 p.m. ET] Meredith Kercher's family is still sitting inside the courtroom where two of the three people accused of murdering her have now had their convictions overturned.

Kercher's sister Stephanie is sitting stone-faced.

CNN's Matthew Chance reported that Kercher's mother appeared upset when the verdict was read.  The family was stunned and silent. Stephanie Kercher, Meredith's sister, began to cry.

He noted the family believed Knox and Sollecito were guilty of the crime.

[Updated at 3:55 p.m. ET] As one of Sollecito's lawyers left court a group outside the Perugia building began booing.

[Updated at 3:52 p.m. ET] There was an audible gasp outside the courthouse when the verdict was read in court.

Knox and Sollecito were swiftly taken out of the courtroom.

Knox's family hugged and celebrated inside the courtroom after hearing the news as Amanda Knox appeared to turn around and smile at them.

Knox and Sollecito will go back to prison to pick up their things and then will be free to leave.

[Updated at 3:48 p.m. ET] A jury has partially overturned the conviction of Amanda Knox.

The jury has overturned the murder conviction but upheld the conviction on the defamation charges after she accused club owner Patrick Lumumba of killing British college student Meredith Kercher in 2007 in Perugia.

The judge has called for silence in the courtroom as applause erupts.

The jury has also overturned the murder conviction of Raffaele Sollecito. Both will be free to leave. Knox will be given time served for the defamation charge.

[Updated at 3:44 p.m. ET] CNN's Matthew Chance tweets from inside the courtroom:

Matthew Chance @mchancecnn: Charged atmosphere inside court. The defendants, the families, the media all on edge. Silence!!

[Updated at 3:37 p.m. ET] Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito have entered the courtroom to hear their fate.

Knox, who is wearing a hooded black jacket, is flanked by three female guards behind her. She appears slightly nervous, and is beginning to tear up as she sits at the defendant's table awaiting the jury's ruling.

[Updated at 3:29 p.m. ET] CNN's Hada Messia reports that prosecutors Manuela Comodi and Giuliano Mignini have arrived in court.

Mignini greeted the Kercher family, shaking their hands and then kissing Meredith Kercher's sister Stephanie on the cheek.

Lawyers for the defense and the prosecution have shaken hands and exchanged a few words as they await the jury's ruling.

CNN's Richard Allen Greene notes that more than a dozen plainclothes police officers are now inside the courtroom.

[Updated at 3:18 p.m. ET] The family of victim Meredith Kercher has arrived in court.

CNN's Becky Anderson asked Meredith's brother Lyle Kercher how he was feeling. His response: "Nervous."

Anderson reports the entire Kercher family looked very tired and very emotional.

[Updated at 3:17 p.m. ET] CNN's Matthew Chance tweets from inside the courtroom:

Matthew Chance@mchancecnn: More than dozen judicial police in plain clothes in court "in case of public disorder" #AmandaKnox

[Updated at 3:13 p.m. ET] Italian media outlet ANSA reports that the ruling has been pushed back to 3:45 p.m. ET.

[Updated at 3:12 p.m. ET] Carlo Pacelli, the lawyer for Patrick Lumumba who was first accused in the crime, is in court, apparently the first from the prosecution side to arrive.

Last week Pacelli called Knox satanic and Lucifer-like. He's smiling and chatting with journalists. He fought for defamation damages for the bar owner Knox was convicted of libelling.

[Updated at 3:00 p.m. ET] CNN's Matthew Chance tweets from inside the courtroom:
Matthew Chance

@mchancecnn: Tension intense inside court among handful of journos allowed in #AmandaKnox #meredithkercher

[Updated at 2:55 p.m. ET] CNN's Richard Allen Greene reports from inside the courtroom: At least five plainclothes Carabinieri police in court in addition to the usual uniformed officers.

Defense attorneys Luciano Ghirga and Carlo Dalla Vedova  have arrived at court as well. When asked about Amanda Knox's mood, Dalla Vedova smiles and says "I don't know. I haven't seen her for a few hours."

Sollecito's lawyer Giulia Bongiorno has also entered the courtroom.

[Updated at 2:46 p.m. ET] So, what will happen when the jury hands down their ruling?

There are three possible outcomes for the defendants:

1) Verdict is upheld: In this case, Knox and Sollecito will continue serving their respective 26 and 25-year jail sentences. However, prosecutor Manuela Comodi has called for their sentences to be increased to life.

2) Verdict is overturned

3) Verdict is partially overturned, with a decrease in sentence (verdicts can be upheld on some counts but not others, this may result in a decrease in their sentences).

[Updated at 2:44 p.m. ET] Amanda Knox's family have just arrived at the courthouse. Her mom and dad, her stepmom, stepdad and her sisters are the first to enter the courtroom after journalists were let in.

In about 45 minutes they will find out whether their daughter will remain in prison in Italy or return home with them after the four-year saga of the case.

[Updated at 2:39 p.m. ET] CNN's Antonia Mortensen reports that hundreds of onlookers have gathered around barriers places around the court entrance in hope of a glimpse of the families and Amanda Knox.

A young local Italian woman who is a student in Perugia told Mortensen this appeal ruling is like the event of the year in Perugia. She added that it has become a spectacle or a movie.

A middle aged Italian Perugian outside the court told Mortensen that he can't wait for this to be over so that the town can get back to normality. He calls this situation 'a circus'.

He added "the Italian legal system is very good and we should have faith in it."

Meanwhile, more police officers have arrived at the court, Mortensen reported, but so far neither Meredith Kercher nor Amanda Knox's relatives have arrived at the courthouse.

[Updated at 2:30 p.m. ET] A caravan of cars believe to have Knox and Sollecito inside has arrived near the courthouse in Perugia, Italy.

Two police vans have arrived with a police car escort, CNN's Richard Allen Greene reports.

Sirens are competing with clicks of dozens of photographers shutters, he said.

Onlookers appeared to rush after the vans to try and get a glimpse inside.

[Updated at 2:27 p.m. ET] A media vigil of sorts continues at the prison where Knox has been held for almost four years, CNN's Paula Newton reports.

Knox will return here no matter what happens - either to return to the same cell to finish out her sentence or to collect her belongings and officially leave Italy for Seattle, Washington.

We'll find out which of those scenarios it will be in about one hour when the ruling is read aloud in court.

[Updated at 2:24 p.m. ET] CNN anchor Becky Anderson reports there are barriers set up outside the entrance to the court holding back hundreds of camera crews and observers.

[Updated at 2:21 p.m. ET] The streets outside the court in Perugia, Italy are packed.

Journalists from hundreds of media outlets from around the world and members of the public have swarmed the area.

[Updated at 2:12 p.m. ET] When the ruling comes down it will be a decision made by eight jurors - six members of the public and two judges.

The judges take part and vote as part of the jury: their role is to guide but not to instruct the other jurors how to vote. The presiding judge, Claudio Pratillo Hellmann, who is also one of the jurors, will then read out the verdict.

[Updated at 2:04 p.m. ET] A van has left the prison where Amanda Knox an Raffaele Sollecito were being held while the jury deliberated.

It is believed Knox and Sollecito are in the convoy of vehicles that left the prison and en route back to the courthouse to hear the ruling.

Sollecito is normally not held in the same prison as Knox but was held there during the deliberations.

[Posted at 1:59 p.m. ET] An Italian jury has reached a decision on whether it will uphold or overturn the convictions of Amanda Knox and her former boyfriend Raffaelle Sollecito in the murder of British student Meredith Kercher.

The ruling will be read at 3:30 p.m. ET (9:30 pm local time), the court said Monday.

The jury deliberated for nearly 10 hours before reaching their decision.

Knox and Sollecito, who returned to prison after speaking in court Monday morning, are likely to begin heading  back to the court in Perugia, Italy, now to hear their fate.

Nearly four years after she was arrested on suspicion of having killed her roommate in this picturesque Italian university town, Amanda Knox stood up in court and pleaded with a jury Monday to overturn her conviction.

"I am not what they say I am. I did not kill. I did not rape. I did not steal," Amanda Knox said, her voice trembling with emotion. She was making perhaps the most important speech of her life, and it showed.

Knox and co-defendant Sollecito have been fighting to be acquitted of the murder. Prosecutors have called for the pair's sentences - of 26 and 25 years, respectively - to be increased to life.

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  1. DEZE

    She's obviously a racist criminal. how many times have white people jumped and accused black people of crimes only to be discovered later that they themselves were the true criminals? She's also from Seattle a very racist city.

    October 3, 2011 at 4:48 pm | Report abuse |
    • Christine

      Do you know first hand Deze that Seattle is a racist city? Have you been to my city and seen it first hand or by word of mouth. I'm sorry to say your are clearly wrong in your assumption that the beautiful city of Seattle is all full of racists, quite the opposite. FYI i'm not white/ I'm American. 🙂 The judicial system of Italy found the evidence was not sufficient enough for a quilty verdict. I'm happy she is free and on here way back home to Seattle.

      October 3, 2011 at 5:02 pm | Report abuse |
  2. wendy

    They had evidence. Just like in the US, a good lawyer, money, and publicity win out. Sad, but maybe now that Amanda is realtively drug free she will remain so~ even when the nightmares start up about what she did. Denial can only last so long. We lived in the UK at the time of Meredith's murder, and from what I heard over here, the US press did not cover everything that was shown over there. I guess the media here didn't want to portray one of its own in a negative fashion.

    October 3, 2011 at 4:48 pm | Report abuse |
    • wendy

      meant to say ...hopefully shen will remain drug free....

      October 3, 2011 at 4:53 pm | Report abuse |
  3. touanda

    It is better to have a guilty free than an innocent in jail, because a innocent is innocent and a gultiy in freedom can be arrested again

    October 3, 2011 at 4:49 pm | Report abuse |
    • Lola

      .... you cant be arrested for the same thing once you have been aquitted of it...

      October 3, 2011 at 4:57 pm | Report abuse |
  4. StephensB

    Italian justice = corruption , Italian government = corruption . She is very fortunate that the eyes of the world were focused on her case otherwise an innocent young woman and man would have in prison for crimes they did not commit . I spit on Italy .

    October 3, 2011 at 4:49 pm | Report abuse |
    • JRHM

      The world spits on America, so nobody really cares what you do!

      October 3, 2011 at 4:52 pm | Report abuse |
  5. JRHM

    Imagine this: Meredith Kircher was American and Amanda Knox was Italian. Support in America for Knox would disappear and the bias would be reverted. They just protect and care for their own, regardless of what they have done, as long as they don't do it in their own country!

    They could not prove she was guity, no. But look at the events, she OBVIOUSLY knew something about it, if you deny that you are delusional. However, I would not be suprised if she, like many fragile murder conspirators, has genuinely convinced herself that she is innocent.

    October 3, 2011 at 4:49 pm | Report abuse |
    • StephensB

      If the victim were American and the criminal was Italian there never would have been a trial .... there wouldn't even have been an investigation . Italian justice system = corruption , Italian government = corruption .

      October 3, 2011 at 4:59 pm | Report abuse |
  6. HabIb

    Injustice world

    October 3, 2011 at 4:49 pm | Report abuse |
  7. mystery

    Took me a long time to be convinced of her innocence. Why she did not get the gravity of the situation from the get go and defend herself in the beginning? Was so good to hear her defend herself fiercely at this time. She says she did not know suffering and I believe her. She just didn't figure out how intense this whole thing was. Makes so much more sense that creepy guy was the lone assailant. Thank goodness Amanda is coming home. May her friend Meredith rest in peace.

    October 3, 2011 at 4:50 pm | Report abuse |
  8. Uno

    and eventually they will have to deal with their conscience anyway....

    October 3, 2011 at 4:50 pm | Report abuse |
    • Alex

      Many concerns about this decision.....

      October 3, 2011 at 4:56 pm | Report abuse |
  9. Matt

    JUSTICE HAS BEEN DONE FOR AMANDA AND RAFFAELE!!! 😀 But sadly.....not yet for Meredith.....:(

    October 3, 2011 at 4:50 pm | Report abuse |
    • Miranda

      True, except I'm pretty sure putting Rudy behind bars provided some justice. We will never know if he acted alone or not, but since the only clear evidence proved it was him, that's all we have.

      October 3, 2011 at 4:51 pm | Report abuse |
    • jack69

      Did THE GUY BEHIND BARS said that he acted ALONE OR they were ALL in it TOGETHER? He can admit now as he has got nothing to lose...!

      October 3, 2011 at 4:56 pm | Report abuse |
  10. No Justice Required....

    She's guilty. This case got political. Italy shou'ldve had the balls to do what was right instead of caving to the US media and pressure. Sure wish so called "justice" worked for everyone. Yeah, Yeah I hear all of you " the evidence was tainted" people blah blah blah. all of a sudden it was tainted...... right.... You just could'nt fathom a precious little thing from the US brutally murdering someone huh? Her book will be out in 10 years saying she did it when she's caught a conscience and not able to be tried again. Yes she will follow O.J.'s footsteps for all of you that will reference his book, I Did It, in some way when you respond......... God be with Meridith's family because the Italian Government turned their back on them. Oh and no there really is no need to spew anything directly at me because from the posts I know 99.9% of you are riding the she didn't do it train and I plain 'ol just don't care about what you have to say.

    October 3, 2011 at 4:50 pm | Report abuse |
    • Jmoney

      I think you do care what we have to say. You're probably obsessing over whether or not someone will respond to your sad, pathetic, stupid message. Poor you.

      October 3, 2011 at 4:53 pm | Report abuse |
    • M Coenen

      Maybe you didn't understand the Judge as he said she was not guilty. If there was proof, the Judge would have ruled based on it.

      And no, I'm not American.

      October 3, 2011 at 4:53 pm | Report abuse |
    • o

      So, you were there? You saw everything? Why didn't you testify? Withholding evidence is a crime.

      October 3, 2011 at 4:54 pm | Report abuse |
    • Lean6

      Reading this post makes me even happier for her. What garbage. How you survive the day without committing a murder yourself is a mystery.

      October 3, 2011 at 4:54 pm | Report abuse |
    • Pointless1

      Apparently not in the eyes of the courts .......

      October 3, 2011 at 4:54 pm | Report abuse |
    • breeze6843

      Too bad America doesn't understand that Casey Anthony was also found not guilty. She should not have to go into hiding.

      October 3, 2011 at 4:55 pm | Report abuse |
    • paul

      IDIOT

      October 3, 2011 at 4:59 pm | Report abuse |
    • Chris

      You are very quick to judge. There was NO evidence that she was there and do you REALLY think you can trust the word of the guy who WAS there? Really? You are an idiot... please don't ever sit on a jury! You can't convict someone based off of news media but evidence only. If it was you, you would want the same consideration. The other guy was convicted because their was evidence he was there. I am glad they over turned it. If she is guilty, then her Karma will get her eventually, but I don't think she was – especially after reading about all the evidence or lack there of.

      October 3, 2011 at 4:59 pm | Report abuse |
    • Mekabo

      If you don't care what others think why bother posting on a message board? The whole point of them is the give and take of ideas....I don't know if she's guilty of not, but the Italian prosecution screwed this up by forcing through bad DNA evidence. Unless you think the two independent reviews which found it inadmissable/tainted caved to pressure also?

      October 3, 2011 at 5:00 pm | Report abuse |
    • Ray

      I see you have partaken of the media fenzy that devoured Amanda Knox. I wouldn't trust you with any important decisions as you seem to operate from emotions and not facts. No one proved she did it and that is what justice means. It has to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. If you were on this appeal jury you would see things a bit differently. But you have blood lust on you brain and are looking for vengeance and that sir is not justice.

      October 3, 2011 at 5:06 pm | Report abuse |
    • Carol

      Note to self: After committing murder, hire a good spin firm and a first-rate legal team to manipulate the media, and have all attractive family members and friends appear non-stop on any and all news programming to profess my innocence....then make major money on interview, book and movie deals.

      October 3, 2011 at 5:10 pm | Report abuse |
  11. Willow

    My excitement for a long desired trip to Italy was muted by warnings by other visitors. You must be aware to protect your personal safety at all times. The Italians themselves are frightened by transient foreigners. It creates much distrust. I loved my time in Italy, it was the trip of a lifetime. As in any foreign country or new city to you, be mindful of the local problems as they exist everywhere. The characters of this sad chapter all collided with systemic problems of crime and justice. All we can hope for is that justice was done for Meredith Kercher. As it is not justice if innocent people go to jail for their character flaws for a crime they did not commit.

    October 3, 2011 at 4:50 pm | Report abuse |
  12. PatG

    No one will ever know if Amanda Knox is guilty or innocent, but she's the one who got herself into this mess by her habitual lying to the police. She said she spent the entire night at her boyfriend's house, then he said she was gone from 11 until 1 o'clock. Then she said she went home the next morning to take a shower and found a window broken and some blood in the bathroom. She continued to take her shower, gather her clothes, and go back to her boyfriend's house. She claimed to have called the emergency police, but there was no record of her call. She then blamed her boss, Patrick Lumumba, for the murder, but he had about 10 alibi witnesses. I hardly feel sorry for her.

    October 3, 2011 at 4:50 pm | Report abuse |
  13. Nathan

    I don't usually follow this sensationalist stuff, but as news on this trial kept resurfacing over the years, I read a number of articles and analyses of the case, from people who believed she was either guilty or innocent. For a long time now, it has seemed like the people who believed she was guilty were building their case on evidence that had been shown to be unreliable or inadmissable, or her "demeanor" – certainly less-than-reliable indicators of guilt in a murder case. There was never any reliable evidence showing her guilt. For the Italian court to overturn her conviction – in a legal system in which precedent, deferrence and not "embarrassing" the previous legal team by calling their judgement into question still plays a HUGE role in decisions – shows that the prosecution not only had flaws, it had MASSIVE ones. Way to go, Italy. Way to go, Amanda. Get home safe.

    October 3, 2011 at 4:51 pm | Report abuse |
  14. massimiliano

    In Italy we say..."Better a gulty walking free that a innocent in prision"

    October 3, 2011 at 4:51 pm | Report abuse |
    • Carol

      In America we say, "hire a good spin firm and a first-rate legal team, have attractive family members and friends appear non-stop on any and all news programming, and get away with murder.....no prob"

      October 3, 2011 at 5:02 pm | Report abuse |
  15. DEZE

    al I know is that if I didn't do anything wrong I wouldn't jump up pointing fingers at other people just because they belong to a group that society is eager to believe the worst about.

    October 3, 2011 at 4:51 pm | Report abuse |
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