Sabato, 22 Settembre 2018

Kercher may have been killed in 'erotic game,' says court


Perugia, June 18 - The 2007 murder of student
Meredith Kercher in the city of Perugia could have been the
result of an erotic game, Italy's supreme Court of Cassation
said on Tuesday in a document explaining the motives for
overturning the acquittal of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito
for her murder.
On March 25, the Cassation scrapped the Perugia appeals
court's 2011 decision to quash the 26-year and 25-year sentences
Knox and Sollecito were handed respectively at the original
trial in 2009.
A new appeals trial has been ordered to take place in
The murder of Kercher was one of the most notorious cases
in recent Italian history.
Knox, now 25, and Sollecito, now 29, both students along
with Kercher, were convicted of her murder in 2009 and served
two years in prison before their convictions were overturned in

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