The title of a recently released CBS News article is “Italy top court faults Amanda Knox acquittal, cites “EROTIC GAME” hypothesis” (Web-site/URL:

“Italy’s high court on Tuesday faulted the appeals court that acquitted American student Amanda Knox of murdering her roommate (Meredith Kercher), saying its ruling was full of “DEFICIENCIES,CONTRADICTIONS and ILLOGICAL” conclusions and ordering the new appeals court to look at all the evidence to determine whether Knox helped kill the teen”.

“In the 74-page Cassation ruling, the high court judges said they “had to recognize that he (Guede) WAS NOT the sole author” of the crime, Italian news agency LaPresse reported. The judges though said he was the “MAIN protagonist“.

 “They said the new appeal process would serve to “not only demonstrate the presence of the two suspects (Knox & Sollecito) in the place of the crime (the flat shared by Knox Kercher & 2 Italian women), but to POSSIBLY outline the subjective position of Guede’s ACCOMPLICES“. It said hypotheses ran from a simple case of forced sex involving Kercher “to A GROUP EROTIC GAME that BLEW UP and GOT OUT OF CONTROL“.

“The high court faulted the Perugia appeals court for “multiple instances of DEFICIENCIES, CONTRADICTIONS and ILLOGICAL” conclusions”. This was the exact argument against THE PROSECUTION when Knox was ACQUITTED (Web-site/URL:

Finally, “Knox left Italy a free woman after her 2011 acquittal, after serving nearly four years of a 26-year prison sentence. Now a University of Washington student in Seattle, she has called the reversal by the Cassation “painful”, but said she was CONFIDENT she would be exonerated“. Is this A REASONABLE EXPECTATION (Web-site/URL:

Soperhaps THIS WAS “a drug-fueled sex game that went horribly wrong” after all (Web-site/URL:

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