Now that Amanda Knox
got away with murder has been acquitted for insufficient evidence and stuck with a calunnia (criminal slander) conviction upheld by Italian Supreme Court, she publicly stabs President Donald Trump in the back.
Donald Trump was a prominent supporter for Amanda Knox when she was in prison and all her chips were down. He risked his own reputation to support Amanda Knox, a woman who had been convicted of murder. He even called for a boycott of Italy.
Trump never went back on his stance, even after Amanda Knox was found guilty again in 2013. He was loyal to the end. Trump was even showcased on Amanda’s
little propaganda film documentary created by her supporters, Rod Blackhurst and Brian McGinn earlier this year. So what thanks does Trump get for all his support for Knox? A knife in the back.
Despite all of this, now safely back in the states Amanda Knox publicly tweets support for Trump’s adversary, Hillary Clinton. Even if Amanda Knox didn’t support Trumps campaign, she could have refrained from publicly supporting his opponent. No, Amanda happily tweeted support for only Hillary, again and again. Not only that, she attacked Trump!
Amanda also retweets (below) about attending a protest against Trump in Washington D.C. It must be nice to not have to hold down a serious job. All that blood money makes for a cushy early retirement to travel and protest.
It’s also a bit surprising that Rod Blackhurst, co-director of the documentary which prominently displayed Donald Trump, is now also publicly bashing the president. I guess Trump is only good to use for pro-Amanda Knox propaganda films but after that he is just fast-food-trash. That seems to be the message Rod sends in his tweets.
Both Rod and Amanda could take a page out of Raffaele Sollecito’s book. (Amanda Knox took drugs and enjoyed a ‘happy ending’ with Sollecito a few hours after they met each other for the first time.) At least one of them appears to have a few brain cells left.
It has always been known that Amanda Knox can be an “obtuse retard” as her step-father has called her, but Amanda takes her “quirkiness” to a new level by snubbing her president. The U.S. President who had her back when she was incarcerated in Italy. Of course this isn’t the first time Amanda has savagely betrayed a man who went out of his way to help her. Just ask Amanda’s former employer, African bar owner Patrick Lumumba. President Trump should be aware that Amanda Knox apparently still hasn’t paid the court ordered restitution to Lumumba, the black man she falsely accused of murder.
It might be of some consolation to President Trump that Amanda Knox’s documentary has proven to be entirely biased and misleading. In other words, a complete fail. This despite over the top publicity (kind of like Hillary’s campaign.) Read one expert review from IMDB.com below:
How to deify a criminal in the court of public opinion
Author: Corpus_Vile from Dublin, Ireland
12 November 2016
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
Amanda Knox, a Netflix documentary directed and exec produced by two ardent Knox supporters, Rod Blackhurst and Stephen Robert Morse, who have been campaigning for Knox since 2011, (which included harassing journalists who actually covered the case far more thoroughly than they did), opens with lingering almost gleeful close ups of the bloody crime scene and goes downhill from there. The documentary begins by trying to shape a false narrative of handy villains who all seemingly came together like the stars aligning to make innocent Amanda look so screamingly, beyond a reasonable doubtingly guilt. (and not the overwhelming behavioral circumstantial and hard physical evidence against her which the documentary brushes over in a cursory manner.) Villains first were the cops then prosecutor, and now according to Netflix,the tabloid media,anyone except Amanda Knox herself.
The film makes out that Rudy Guede, the sole person convicted for Meredith Kercher’s murder, left his DNA all over the crime scene, with funky arrows pointing here there and everywhere. The problem is this simply isn’t true. Rudy Guede was convicted on less DNA evidence (five samples) than Amanda Knox(six samples).
Conti and Vechiotti were found “Objectively biased” and “Objectively deceptive” in court by the Nencini appellate. Specifically because Vechiotti falsely claimed that the technology did not exist to re- test the murder weapon. It did indeed exist in 2011. Vechiotti was also filmed by the BBC shaking hands with Sollecito’s father in court no less, hardly appropriate behavior for so-called independents and neither’s expertise is in forensic DNA anyway.
You’ll notice in this review how I’ve rarely mentioned the victim Meredith Kercher. That’s because she barely gets a mention in this sad excuse for a documentary. Not even an RIP. Meredith, the victim is relegated to a mere footnote and indeed a foot under a duvet. Reprehensibly, the doc also displays close up autopsy photos of Meredith. Yet the autopsy photos were never made public. Considering only the Kerchers (who didn’t take part in Netflix’s PR makeover) and the defence- and by extension the two former defendants- had access to such material, this begs the very pertinent question- who provided two ardent Knox supporters with autopsy photos of the murder victim? The filmmakers should be ashamed of themselves for this alone, utterly contemptible behavior which comes across as needlessly and despicably taunting the victim’s family or at the very least exploiting their daughter and sister purely for lurid effect to make their documentary more “gritty”.
So what’s the verdict on Amanda Knox the documentary? Well it’s a terrible, false and ultimately immoral exercise in innocence fraud and here are some facts that Knox’s PR infomercial left out:
1 The Supreme Court’s acquitting report states that Amanda Knox was present during Meredith’s murder and may even have possibly washed the victim’s blood from her hands afterwards but it STILL can’t be proved that she did it. (which begs more questions, namely why didn’t innocent Amanda call the cops for her friend and why wasn’t she done for accessory at least?) The same Supreme Court do not make the same allowance for the black guy though, had he had have washed the victim’s blood from his shoes for example. The court also states that there’s “strong suspicion” that Sollecito was there.
2 The Supreme Court’s acquitting report states that the burglary was staged.
3 The Supreme Court’s acquitting report states that Meredith was murdered by three attackers and that Guede had two accomplices. (And you really don’t have to be Stephen Hawking to figure out who these two accomplices were, when you view the evidence in its totality)
4 The Supreme Court’s acquitting nonetheless finalizes Knox’s calumny/ criminal slander conviction, which she got for falsely accusing her innocent employer of rape and murder, leaving him in prison for two weeks and never retracting her statement, despite false reports that she did, meaning that Knox’s status is still that of a convicted criminal felon.
5 In finalizing Amanda Knox’s calumny/criminal slander conviction, The Supreme Court’s acquitting report states that Knox blamed her boss to protect Rudy Guede as she was afraid that Guede could “retaliate by incriminating” her, which of course begs some more very interesting and pertinent questions, such as how could Guede incriminate innocent Amanda to begin with?
6 The Supreme Court’s acquitting report does NOT exonerate Knox, it acquits her due to “insufficient evidence”,like Casey Anthony, OJ Simpson and that nice man Robert Durst.
RIP Meredith Kercher, who along with her stoic dignified family (who have been subjected to absolutely abhorrent abuse and attacks by Knox’s supporters online) and Knox’s employer Patrick Lumumba are the only victims here. May the truth shine in your case one day and the facts and truth come to light. Neither Amanda Knox or Raffaele Sollecito are fooling anyone familiar with Ms Kercher’s case & facts are available at the murder of Meredith Kercher .com and in the Nencini and Massei reports.
Congratulations to Donald Trump, our new president!
4 thoughts on “Amanda Knox stabs President Donald Trump in the back (just like she did to the black guy)”
Another great article shedding light on this miscarriage of justice. I’m wondering if Trump ever secretly changed his mind about Knox’s innocence. Perhaps he realizes how easily public perception can be changed with the help of a pliant and dishonest media.
For the 1st time I must agree with you … I still beleive that Knox was accused of murder using fake evidence and her presumption of innocence has been violated in the Kercher case (independently of she’s guilty or innocent), and I’m still concerned in the fact that wrongful conviction can happen to everyone. But if the topic here is to prove that Knox is a bad person and without honour, then I’m really close to following you there …
Once again Amanda showed her lack of character by throwing Trump overboard.
She didn’t have to support him politically. A person of integrity would put those differences aside and thank him for his support in time of greatest need. No class Amanda went so far as to say Trump’s assistance was a detriment during her trial. I don’t recall that she or her family refused his help and money at that time. Hypocrites.
I posted a comment on her blog to the effect that if she felt so strongly against Trump, she should return all the money he donated for her defence with interest.
Amanda claims to be exonerated. No, she’s lucky. I think deep down she realises that. The way I understand it, the volume of evidence stacked against her could have put her on death row in The States: examples, Texas, Georgia, Arizona and even California. Yet due to her youth at the time of the crime she’d likely have gotten life without.
Amanda lives in a political leftist bubble in Seattle where contrary opinions to orthodoxy are not tolerated. To her credit, she will allow dissenting opinions on her blog, however. Most online “Repugnant” Sound area ‘news sites’ will block any mildly contrarian ideas.
I thought she was guilty sex drug person .