GEN
Published in

GEN

Your Content, My Life

Eight years after my release from an Italian prison, I’m still someone else’s story

Photo by Christopher Robinson/Amanda Knox

I’I’ve had more than my fair share of surreal moments. You probably know the obvious ones. The moment an Italian court declared me guilty of a murder I didn’t commit was mind-breaking. Up until that instant, I thought my innocence was a guarantee of my freedom. I was wrong. The moment I was…

--

--

--

What matters now. A publication from Medium about politics, power, and culture.

Recommended from Medium

One Year In: Learnings from Contrast VR

Fake News and Fake Vision Zero

8 Free “How to Podcast” Support Facebook Groups

#BalticBrief: Three Men Kick Ambulance in Estonia, NATO Blamed

Truth to Power

Joy Reid Slams Tucker Carlson, Fox News, and the Trump Cult

What kind of podcast playlister are you?

Sunny Oaks forces kids to cross dress for LGBTQ week.

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Amanda Knox

Amanda Knox

Host of Labyrinths podcast, The Truth About True Crime, The Scarlet Letter Reports, and author of NYT bestseller Waiting to Be Heard. www.knoxrobinson.com

More from Medium

Writing and Rewriting a Life Story

Sonnet from a Parent to an Adult Child

Carolyn Hall Young’s Innovation Spanned Tech, Medicine, and Art, Around the Globe

On (Not) Writing Your Trauma