Fundraiser for Amanda Knox held in West Seattle

Wasn’t on our radar, but the University of Washington Daily was there Friday night as friends and family of Amanda Knox — whose mother lives in Arbor Heights — gathered at the Holy Rosary School Hall to raise money for Knox’s defense against the murder charge that has made international headlines. The family also recently set up a fundraising website that includes personal photos from Knox’s younger years; it’s at

6 Replies to "Fundraiser for Amanda Knox held in West Seattle"

  • The truth November 24, 2008 (1:34 pm)

    She sure looks sweet back in the good old days….prior to becomeing a murderess. Dont forget Foxy Knoxy….sometimes suger and spice isnt always nice. Tons of good evidence againest her.

  • Lachlan November 24, 2008 (4:17 pm)

    Last time I checked she hadn’t been convicted and if the media is to believed, there are plenty of reasons to doubt the evidence.

  • Polly Wogg November 24, 2008 (6:26 pm)

    Here are two pro-victim (Meredith Kercher) and pro-justice websites for further information on this brutal, horrific crime.

    True Justice for Meredith Kercher (check this site soon for a fund being set up for the REAL victim’s family, MEREDITH KERCHER.)

    Perugia Murder File

  • Harry Rag November 30, 2008 (5:56 pm)

    There are two excellent pro-evidence, pro-victim websites about the Meredith Kercher case:

    True Justice For Meredith Kercher:

    Perugia Murder File:

    ALL the judges who have been involved in the case: Judge Claudia Matteini, the judges at the Italian Supreme Court, judge Massimo Riccarelli, and judge Paolo Micheli all thought there were serious indications of Amanda Knox’s and Raffaele Sollecito’s guilt and refused to grant them bail on the grounds that they are mentally unstable, dangerous and could reoffend.

    The case against Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito is formidable.

    There are 13 pieces of forensic evidence that link Amanda and Raffaele to the crime, including Amanda’s DNA on the handle of the knife found at Raffaele’s apartment and Meredith’s DNA on the blade, and Amanda’s bare footprints set in Meredith’s blood and Raffaele’s DNA on Meredith’s
    bloodied and cut bra.

    Amanda and Raffaele knew precise details about Meredith’s body which they could only have known if they had been present when Meredith was murdered. Amanda herself admitted she was present when Meredith was murdered in her handwritten note to the police on 6 November.

    Amanda and Raffaele not only gave conflicting witness statements, but also gave completely different accounts of where they were, who they were with and what they were doing on the night of the murder.

    In the light of the judges’ decisions so far and the forensic evidence which was independently confirmed as accurate and reliable, it looks extremely unlikely that Amanda and Raffaele will be found not guilty.

  • Danny Noonan December 2, 2008 (4:35 pm)

    If anyone would who actually thinks the Amanda had anything to do with this tragedy you can email me at I would be more than happy to meet in person to advocate for amanda’s innocence. It is so easy to post links and slur a person from thousands of miles away. I takes true character to face facts face to face.

  • Christina Kari December 6, 2008 (3:33 pm)


    It is not a question of thinking. Judges have considered Amanda, not as a person of interest, but suspect.

    Do you think there are parents out there, telling the world, that they agree with persecutors?

    Amanda´s father told, that Amanda is just a kid!!

    Hallelujah, kids in the States, use drugs and in addition, are considered toddlers with a taste of one-night stands.

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