Murder of Meredith Kercher

The Amanda Knox / BLM dichotomy exposes the mainstream media hypocrisy and lies perpetuated on the American people

For some reason the global predators who control the mainstream media platforms, and BLM, really want you to believe that Amanda Knox is innocent. They’ve given her a multi-million dollar book deal, Netflix documentary deal, and Facebook show along with going on tour and collecting donations all of which have made Amanda very wealthy. They have even gotten celebrities to endorse her.

What is most surprising is that Amanda Knox, a white woman, falsely accused a black man, Patrick Lumumba, of the murdering Meredith Kercher – and the American media ignores this fact! In 2007, Amanda claimed to have been in the kitchen covering her ears listening to Meredith’s screams as Lumumba killed her. The trouble with her story is that Lumumba wasn’t there as he had an airtight alibi, he was working in his business the night of the murder.

Why did Amanda try to pin the murder on Lumumba? She was obviously desperate to pass the buck onto someone else as the police were closing in on her. Only a guilty person would falsely accuse another.

Amanda let her boss Patrick Lumumba sit in jail for 2 weeks, she never recanted her accusation

Lumumba was her former boss, he owned a bar and employed Knox occasionally to hand out flyers. Lumumba fired Amanda shortly before the murder and, to add insult to injury, he had wanted to hire Meredith! So no doubt Amanda was still angry with him. So when the police started questioning Amanda about the murder, in desperation she quickly thought of the first person she despised the most – Lumumba – and falsely accused him of stabbing her roommate to death.

Deputy Prosecutor Giuliano Mignini writes about this in his new book where he gives his perspective of the events surrounding Meredith Kercher’s case and trial. Mignini exposes the globalist media lies to protect a convicted criminal named Amanda Knox. He writes,

There are those who wanted to construct a “narrative”,
entirely invented that has served to affirm stereotypes and
prejudices that justify and sustain a fake interpretation and
reconstruction of reality. I don’t care about all this, I will always
oppose it because I care only about the truth

Giuliano Mignini – Caso Meredith Kercher

While the mainstream media continues to publish lies to support Black Lives Matter, they simultaneously publish lies to support Amanda Knox. But the media is supporting contradictory narratives. The media is hating on white people, accusing them of oppressing blacks then spin around and support a white woman who oppressed a black man. This exposes the hypocrisy of the globalist-controlled media. How can the legacy media support BLM then turn around and endorse a white woman who falsely accused a black man of murder, getting him arrested and put in jail? The Amanda Knox / BLM dichotomy exposes the mainstream media hypocrisy and lies perpetuated on the American people.

Murder of Meredith Kercher

At long last – Dr. Giuliano Mignini will be heard

“Two prosecutors investigate a brutal murder that took place in Perugia on the night of November 1, 2007, victim of a twenty-year-old English girl. The investigations of the delegated judicial police converge on an Ivorian, an American girl and an Italian boy from an excellent family. About twenty judges who over the years have held trials and handed down sentences also agree. In the end, the American and the Italian are acquitted with a doubtful formula, the Ivorian serves a sixteen and a half year sentence in prison. But having done his duty as a magistrate triggers the paradoxical effect: the international media pillory reserved only for Giuliano Mignini, “guilty” of having also investigated the death of Francesco Narducci. In this book he finally speaks, the magistrate who has made certain investigations and certain trials: the law, despite everything, always remains the same for everyone.”

Finally, we will be able to obtain Dr. Mignini’s perspective on the murder of Meredith Kercher. He was the lead prosecutor on the case and for years the whipping boy of America’s mainstream media. Like former President Trump, Mignini was relentlessly demonized by the American (and some British) broadcasters as well as on the internet. ‘Mignini-derangement-syndrome’ aptly describes the phenomena that sought to destroy a prominent, well-educated and respected member of the Perugian judicial system.

With God’s grace Mignini has not only survived but now shares with us his insight and expertise, surrounding the facts that led to his unchanged conclusion that American Amanda Knox, Italian Raffaele Sollecito and Ivorian Rudy Guede murdered British Meredith Kercher on November 1, 2007.

This book is not a narrative but an examination of what truly transpired on that cold, autumn evening in Perugia, Italy – in his expert opinion. Mignini takes the reader step-by-step into the crime, objectively observing the situation and exposing the reality of what happened – something that Amand Knox’s propaganda has been trying to distort, obfuscate and avoid all of these years while playing the victim.

For many years, Meredith Kercher has been ignored in the media while her murderers beamed in the international spotlight -acting out their version of ‘Romeo and quliet’ while relentlessly attacking Mignini and Italy (similar to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry vs. the royal family drama today.) Knox and Sollecito behaved just like Harry and Meghan – described by Sarah Vine for the Daily Mail as “they have cast themselves as victims while acting as out-and-out aggressors.”

It’s time to set the record straight and trial watchers have been waiting a long time for this book. Unfortunately, the book is currently only available in Italian but should be published soon in English – and we can’t wait!

Murder, Murder of Meredith Kercher

Rudy Guede speaks – saw Amanda Knox in the driveway the night Meredith Kercher was killed

Translated story originally written by Rosa Scognamiglio:

Guede: “The evening of the crime, prison, freedom. My truth about Meredith”© Provided by Il Giornale

“I should have done more to help Meredith. That’s the only regret that I’ll have forever.” Rudy Guede, now 35 years old, who was sentenced to 16 years in prison for complicity with “unknown persons” in the murder of Meredith Kercher, which took place in Perugia on November 1, 2007, confides this in an interview. The courts determined that he was not the one who held the knife that killed Meredith Kercher.

In 2021Guede was released from prison after obtaining a reduced sentence. He is employed and has written a book, in collaboration with journalist and writer Pierluigi Vito: “The benefit of the doubt, my story” is the title. “This book was born from the desire to tell who I am and clarify the procedural story that overwhelmed me”, he explains, specifying that part of the proceeds from sales will be donated to charity.

Rudy Hermann Guede: “you read as you write”, not ‘the French spelling’. He immediately makes it clear in the first lines of his book. Did it bother you a lot that for years someone misspelled your last name?

“The French-speaking pronunciation is not wrong. The point is that since I’ve been in Italy everyone has always called me Guede, just as you spell it. I was ‘il Guede’ to friends and acquaintances. When, during the years of the trial, I heard Ghedé pronounced – in French, in fact – I did not identify with it, it was not me. And then it seemed that it was done almost on purpose to emphasize, in a negative way, my Ivorian origins”.

The title of the book is simple but effective: “The benefit of the doubt. My story”. Why did you feel the need to tell your life?

“This book was born from the desire to tell who I am and to clarify the procedural story that overwhelmed me. So many lies have been told about me. It would have been easy enough for people to read the court documents and ask people who really knew me, to know who Rudy Guede really was”.

What do you mean?

“They described me as a robber, drinking and doing who knows what. And to think that I was also acquitted ‘for not having committed the fact’, precisely, from the crime of theft in Meredith’s house, even if this is never reported or even the opposite is said. I am not saying that I am an impeccable person or that I have never made mistakes. During adolescence I certainly did some but let’s talk about stunts, trivial things that any kid may have done”.

His childhood was, let’s say, a bit turbulent from the point of view of family stability. How much has the lack of a united and present family affected your growth path?

“It made a lot of impact. I especially missed the fact that I didn’t have my mother by my side. I arrived in Italy very young, I was five years old. I lived with my father and new partner but she had no great sympathy for me. I was in my first year of elementary school, I remember, when I had to learn to cook to feed myself. I couldn’t find anyone to welcome me when I came home from school, I had to provide for myself for everything. Do you know what it’s like to grow up without a mother’s hug or kiss of a bedtime, knowing that you live on another continent? It is a circumstance that inevitably marks you deeply”.

But in Italy he was welcomed and liked by many people. Mistake?

“Very true. Starting with the teacher Ivana and her children: they were like a second family for me. I met many beautiful people who flooded me with affection and warmth. And for that I will be forever grateful.”

Despite the ups and downs, until the age of 20, everything runs quite smoothly. Then comes that “cursed day” – as the prosecutor Giuliano Mignini called it – of November 1, 2007. In the book he writes that he was “in the wrong place at the wrong time.” Did you feel, to some extent, a bit of a victim of this tragedy?

“The victim of this story is Meredith. And her family who is forced to live with inexhaustible pain. When I say ‘I was in the wrong place at the wrong time’ I mean that I was young and didn’t have the tools to deal with that situation. I let myself be overcome by fear. In fact, that’s the only big regret I’ll have forever.”

What does it refer to?

“I should have helped Meredith. I should have rushed out of the house in Via della Pergola that evening and shouted for help, called for help. And instead, I repeat, I got scared and ran away.”

What do you remember about Meredith Kercher?

“The sweet smile. She was a cheerful, nice and intelligent girl.”

In his story, in reference to the events of that evening, he mentioned the name of a person: that of Amanda Knox. He says he saw and recognized her on the driveway of the house in Via della Pergola. Are you still convinced it was her?

“What I wrote in the book and also in the proceedings of the trial. I don’t have to say anything else.”

In an interview with the weekly “Oggi”, Amanda Knox said of her that although she paid her debt to society “she remains a criminal”. Do you want to reply?

“As they say in these cases: ‘no comment’. I’m going my own way.”

Prison has taken many things away from him – he wrote it in the title of a chapter – but it has also given him the opportunity to put his life in order. He graduated and worked consistently. Have you ever thought that, perhaps, prison was good for you to ‘straighten out’?

“Prison in itself does not give you anything: it is you who must put effort and a lot of good will. Not all prisoners want to get back into the game, to study and learn new things. Prison ‘gives’ you if you are willing to welcome what comes. In my case, I must say, I was also very lucky. I’ve met some great people who have supported me.”

How does having freedom again feel like?

“My soul has always been free, even when I was in prison. Regaining freedom, in the physical sense, meant reappropriating time and space. It is as if my soul has rejoined the body. That’s what I was about, finding freedom.”

Allow me an “obnoxious” question. Can you clarify, once and for all, the question of the residence permit: do you have it or not?

“In the morning I work at the Centro Studi Criminologiche in Viterbo, where I take care of the library, and in the evening in a restaurant where I have a permanent contract. Do you think they would hire someone who does not have the documents in order? The answer seems obvious to me.”

Returning to your book, there are two expressions that struck me pleasantly. About your father, you wrote: “Sometimes, however, time gives a second chance.” Did you catch it?

“I think so. I have a fulfilling and satisfying life from all points of view. I can say I’m serene.”

The other expression is about your teacher Ivana: “Only time will show us what will flourish in you”. Who is Rudy Guede today?

“A man who has matured and grown. I work, I try, as I can, also to help others, I have friends and a love life that gives me joy. After all, when you have received good, you can only reciprocate by doing your utmost for the less fortunate people. I continue to strive hoping to become, day after day, the best version of myself.”

Murder of Meredith Kercher

“I met Amanda.” The former prosecutor who investigated Meredith’s murder speaks

Translated from History of Rosa Scognamiglio•November 9

“I met Amanda Knox, but I remain absolutely convinced of what our accusatory system was.” said former magistrate Giuliano Mignini, the prosecutor who investigated the murder of Meredith Kercher (Perugia, 1 November 2007). Last summer, he met Amanda Knox “after she – he recalled during an interview with Ansa – had repeatedly asked to see me. Now that I am retired and I can say that I am only a private citizen, I thought it right to meet a person who had considered herself a victim of prejudice. I have always talked to people and I would like to emphasize that I finished my career with the recognition of the highest professionalism”.

“I met Amanda.” The former prosecutor who investigated Meredith’s murder speaks© Provided by Il Giornale

Meeting Amanda Knox

Giuliano Mignini was, at the time of the crime, among the first investigators to arrive at the house in Via della Pergola 7, the scene of the terrible crime. Just as he ventilated, at the time of the investigations, the hypothesis of a possible involvement of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito (both acquitted with a final sentence of the Court of Cassation in 2015 ed) in the tragic story. His suspicions were based on some statements, susceptible to equivocal interpretations, made by the American to the investigators. 15 years after the crime, the former magistrate returned to talk about it with Knox. “We also talked about the trial – explained Mignini referring to the last meeting with the 35-year-old from Seattle – and I pointed out some of her contradictions. In particular, that from where they claimed to be on the evening of the crime she and Raffaele Sollecito, at the latter’s house, it was impossible to see the house where Meredith was killed and that therefore she could not know what was happening there as she did”.

“She didn’t understand what happened”

In recent days, the former prosecutor has released some statements that have been taken up and relaunched by the national media. “Amanda wanted, in her own way, to help the investigation,” Mignini said during an intervention on the program “Crimes and Criminology”, the in-depth crime broadcast on the frequencies of Cusano Italia TV. Statements that he also reiterated to the editorial staff of ANSA, specifying that Knox “does not understand what happened from a procedural point of view”. “She did not have the slightest grudge against me, there is no hostility. Perhaps in these years she has also matured”. Mignini reiterated, however, that for his part there was no second thought about the events in Via della Pergola. “In these days – concluded the magistrate – my book on the crime is being printed that I already know will not please the ‘innocent'”.

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Italian legal experts discuss what went wrong with #AmandaKnox and the Meredith Kercher murder case


On the 10th anniversary of Meredit Kercher’s murder, Italian television show Punti di Vista invited some of the main figures from the Meredith Kercher murder trial on the show. They discussed the implications of the trial, the problems with the way the American PR media reported on the case and cleared up some of the biggest fallacies repeated about the case.

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Book review: Extradition #amandaknox


Book review: Extradition by Nick van der Leek

If you are interested in the Meredith Kercher case and want to know why Amanda Knox murdered her and how her public relations firm assisted in perverting the course of justice, then you must read Extradition by Nick van der Leek.    This book covers the events surrounding the time after Amanda Knox returned to the U.S. through the Nencini trial where she and Raffaele Sollecito were found guilty.

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How you were manipulated to hate Nick Pisa by the Amanda Knox documentary


Amanda Knox’s documentary was released in September 2016.  The film was created by ardent long-time supporters of Knox. The film centered around Amanda’s experience of the tragic death of a 21-year-old British exchange student Meredith Kercher.  The documentary flashed many crime scene photographs, including some showing Meredith’s lifeless body.   These photos were included ostensibly without permission from the victim’s family.  After the movie aired, many incomprehensibly turned to social media to attack a journalist name Nick Pisa.

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Rudy Guede

Amanda Knox co-defendant Rudy Guede to graduate with honors

Rudy Guede
Rudy Guede Photo Src: Facebook


It is being reported on July 13, 2016, that Rudy Guede will graduate this Saturday, July 16th, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, with Honors.  Rudy Guede was the third man tried for the murder of Meredith Kercher along with Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito.

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Amanda Knox co-defendant Rudy Guede to appeal his conviction

Murder, Murder of Meredith Kercher

Meredith Kercher honored in Perugia, Italy