Trial by Fury: Internet Savagery and the Amanda Knox Case by Douglas PrestonThe Amanda Knox murder case generated one of the most savage outpourings of commentary the Internet has ever seen. There are countless statements calling for the murdering, raping, torturing, throat-cutting, frying, hanging, electrocution, burning, and rotting in hell of Amanda, along with her sisters, family, friends, and supporters.
Trial By Fury explores this dark netherworld, identifying the people involved, and investigating their motives. It documents the real-world damage caused by these anonymous bloggers, including how they managed to get a much decorated ex-FBI agent fired from his job. It also recounts the story of the Wikipedia entry about the case, which triggered a spectacular brawl among top wiki-editors, leading to outings, rants, bannings-for-life, and death threats, requiring the intervention of Jimmy Wales himself.
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She was convicted twice, acquitted twice, and spent close to 4 years in an Italian prison. She has three younger sisters, Deanna, Ashley and Delaney. She later studied linguistics at the University of Washington. She roomed with British student Meredith Kercher. Kercher was 21, and both girls were majoring in linguistics. Shortly after her arrival, Knox met engineering student Raffaele Sollecito and the two began dating. She reportedly died from knife wounds.
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Last Updated on April 24, She is of American nationality, and her zodiac sign is Cancer. Amanda then called the police but, she and her boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, got accused of murdering Kercher. In the trial for the murder of Kercher, Amanda, and Sollecito, both got sentenced for the prison of 26 and 25 years respectively. In Italy, the Italian media portrayed Amanda in a negative light which resulted in her imprisonment.
Amanda Knox was born in Seattle, Washington in July She is best known for her conviction and exoneration of the murder or Meredith Kercher in The highest court in Italy, the Court of Cassation, ruled that Knox and Raffaele Sollecito were innocent of the murder. Knox maintained her innocence and spent nearly four years in prison in Italy before she was freed in The Italian Supreme Court ordered the appeal trial to be re-heard after she returned to the United States. She was found guilty in and sentences to 28 years in prison but remained free.