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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…




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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.

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