“She was twenty and beautiful, with high cheekbones and striking blue eyes.” Her nickname was “Foxy Knoxy”…
“In fact, the ‘Foxy Knoxy’ nickname had nothing to do with sex.”
Errr…are you sure about that?
[Paraphrasing]: Grief – or lack of – has nothing to with guilt.
Nonchalance is often how the guilty try to project their innocence.
“Amanda didn’t hug Sophie back…”
Why is she warm and cuddly to her boyfriend, but not to Sophie?
Why is she warm and cuddly to Meredith’s boyfriend, but not to Sophie, nor any of Meredith’s other friends?
“The couple…ignored Sophie…”
It’s not a case of no emotion, it’s a case if inappropriate emotion.
Knox is indignant at the idea that Meredith didn’t suffer.
“They cut her throat…”
How did she know?
“The Foxy Knoxy nickname had nothing to do with sex”
Amanda Knox makes court room declaration of innocence – The Telegraph