Accused Murderer on Italy’s Personality of the Year List

Oh dear, it seems Foxy Knoxy (AKA Amanda Knox) the American student accused of stabbing her British flatmate, Meredith Kercher, to death has been named one of Italy’s personalities of the year. The good looking 21 year old beat Sarah Palin and French first Lady Carla Bruni Sarkozy to come 4th in the internet poll. The ex Washington University student has been held in an Italian jail ever since her room mate was found lying in a pool of blood in 2007 . The story has captivated the Italian public mainly because it is full of murder,intrigue and group sex.Two other people, including her boyfriend were alleged to have been involved in Miss Kercher’s violent death. One of the accused has already been found guilty and sentenced to 30 years in jail. He of course is too ugly to draw too much media attention! Miss Knox however has been dubbed “angel face” by the Italian media (because of her good looks) and is often seen gracing the covers of Italian magazines.
Oh and for anyone who cares the winner of the Italian personality of the year was, “lucky to still be alive”, journalist/author, Roberto Saviano who wrote the book, Gomorrah, exposing the Naples based Camorra mafia.


Filed under All That Is Wrong With The World, Friggin Wrong, Thanks For Nothing

3 responses to “Accused Murderer on Italy’s Personality of the Year List

  1. FoolsGold

    The intrigue and group sex seem to be all in the minds of the police and the tabloid reporters!

    I guess if someone is being railroaded into an Italian prison they might as well get an award for their youth and beauty. After all she won’t be young and beautiful when she finishes her sentence. And there is no harder time in prison than that served by the truly innocent.

  2. Miss Represented

    It is hard to speculate at this point whether or not Amanda is truly guilty or innocent, though she has certainly implicated herself by repeatedly lying and making false allegations, not exactly the actions of a defendant who is ‘truly innocent’.


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