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The AP reports that an Italian court (which has found Amanda Knox guilty, not guilty, and then guilty again of murdering Meredith Kercher) has released an extensive document concluding that "wounds indicate multiple aggressors" and that Kercher and Knox fought on the day in question.

Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito have been found guilty again by an Italian court and sentenced to 28.5 and 25 years in prison, respectively. A legal expert who spoke with CNN says it is "unlikely" Knox will go back to Italy "because U.S. law dictates that a person cannot be tried twice on the same…

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