Amanda Knox is ready to write an advisory column for the Seattle newspaper owned by her husband's family, and answers the reader's questions about & # 39; life, love, suffering and meaning & # 39 ;, according to a announcement on the website of the publication.
The & # 39; Ask Amanda & # 39; function was introduced on The Westside Seattle on Monday – just days before the 12th anniversary of the death of British student Meredith Kercher, who Knox, now 32, was acquitted of murder.
In a page that has now been deleted, editors revealed: & # 39; Amanda Knox spent four years in an Italian prison for a murder she did not commit and it gave her a unique perspective on life.
& # 39; Now completely acquitted, this bestselling authority and advocate for criminal justice reform offers its insights, as they are, to ask the reader questions about life, love, suffering and meaning. & # 39;
The post was accompanied by a picture of Knox who was wearing a white t-shirt and seemed to enjoy the painful aunt that she now fills.
She was already mentioned as a contributing writer and photographer for the paper, but it is not clear when the column will begin. According to reports, Knox is not paid for the advice.
Amanda Knox is going to write an advisory column for the Seattle newspaper owned by her husband's family and answer the reader's questions about & # 39; life, love, suffering and meaning & # 39 ;. Knox is depicted with her husband Christopher Robinson
In a page that has now been deleted, editors revealed: & # 39; Amanda Knox spent four years in an Italian prison for a murder she did not commit and it gave her a unique perspective on life & # 39 ;. The post was accompanied by a picture of Knox smiling in the role of the painful aunt she now fulfills
The British student Meredith Kercher was murdered in 2007 in the university town of Perugia. Knox, now 32, was acquitted of the murder twice. She is depicted as she is accompanied by the police upon her arrival at a trial in Perugia on September 26, 2008
Patrick Robinson, director of the new media at Westside Seattle, said: & # 39; For those who doubt whether, after all that has happened, doubt her innocence, I can only say if you had met her, talked to her, got to know her if I want you to have nothing but admiration for her.
& # 39; It is as if she has to endure all of this to become the remarkable and brilliant, capable and deeply sincere woman she is. & # 39;
Serving parts of Seattle and some of the surrounding towns, Westside Seattle is owned by the family of Christopher Robinson. Knox married him in December last year.
But the couple came under fire after launching a call for crowdfunding to raise money for her dream wedding – after their wedding.
They also asked for donations for individual parts of their wedding, including money for the location, the decor and decor, and special effects.
Knox met Robinson after reading his book War of the Encyclopeadists on her blog. She was then engaged to musician Colin Sutherland.
Earlier this month, Knox took her Twitter to share the blunt reality of prison with Lady Gaga after the singer tweeted that & # 39; fame is prison & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I hear you, but … prison is prison, & # 39; said Knox, retweeting Gaga's tweet.
Amanda Knox in the photo arrived in Italy in June 2019 for the first time since she was released from prison in the country in 2011. As she moved away from cameras while landing in Milan, the writer and campaigner kept her head bowed as she left the airport
Knox spoke at a conference for suspects of wrongly convicted crime seven and a half years after she fled Italy when her own conviction for killing Meredith Kercher was destroyed
She also appeared on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt to discuss her recent and first trip back to Italy after being accused of killing roommate Meredith.
& # 39; I was genuinely scared & # 39 ;, Knox explains, and asks Holt to ask what makes her so & # 39; anxious & # 39; made about the trip.
& # 39; The fact that I was invited by the Italy Innocence Project and was welcome to participate in their event was hugely important to me & # 39 ;, Knox says.
& # 39; But that didn't change the fact that I still have people sending me messages about how they are going to kill me. & # 39;
America & # 39; s most notorious foreign exchange student was not back in the country since she was acquitted in 2011, four years after Kercher's death.
She spoke during a Trial By Media panel and told those present that she was & # 39; depicted on the world stage as cunning, psychopath, drugged, whore, guilty & # 39 ;.
All of this culminated with the breakup of Knox as she told the & # 39; false and unfounded story that fueled people's fantasies & # 39 ;.
It was only in 2015 that she was fully acquitted in the case, which was on appeal for four years after her acquittal.
Knox and Robinson, in the photo, came under fire after launching a call for crowdfunding to raise money for her dream wedding – after their wedding. They also asked for donations for individual parts of their wedding, including money for the location, the decor and decor, and special effects
The highest in Italy destroyed the conviction of 2009 in Kercher's brutal murder and sexual assault, 21, in Perugia in 2007 against Knox and her former boyfriend, Raffaelle Sollecito, in 2011.
However, the court upheld the conviction of the defamation of Knox for wrongfully accusing Congolese-born bar owner Diya Lumumba in the murder.
It reduced the slander to three years.
Knox spent nearly four years in prison after being convicted and sentenced to 26 years after her first conviction.
The battle lasted seven and a half years, with flip-flop decisions where she returned to the United States after being acquitted to start a new trial after the acquittal was ejected.
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