The Current | Jul 24, 2013 | 21:27

Amanda Knox "Waiting to be Heard"

Amanda Knox's dream of studying abroad spun into a nightmare that saw her locked up in an Italian prison, accused of murdering of her roommate. In her only interview with a Canadian broadcaster, we rebroadcast her discussion with Anna Maria in May.

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