Admittedly I know little about this case, other than what has been mulled over on the news commentary shows. But one of the things that kind of sticks in my craw here, is that all the commentators want to have Knox found innocent, or the case tossed, are bemoaning the point that Italian Criminal Justice has a lower bar for conviction than does America. Is this true?
Not that it matters much. I remember when I was stationed in Germany, we were told repeatedly, that German laws, and justice systems were far different, and that if convicted while in Germany there was little that America could do.
If Knox wanted to play the game in Italy, and think that just because she was an American that this shielded her, she is sadly mistaken.