@nytimes
The New York Times
a month ago
Ten years after being exonerated, Amanda Knox remains in a kind of cultural purgatory. How much time should she spend trying to convince people of her innocence? To what extent is it OK for her to profit from the fame she never wanted?
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@marc014
Suddy
a month ago
@nytimes She should be able to profit all she wants. She was wrongly convicted and her story is worthy of being told.
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@Miriam2626
Sara Spector
a month ago
@nytimes If a woman wants to profit off of the fame that the news media not only forced upon her but profited from shouldn’t she get a share of the money?🤷🏻‍♀️
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@sassyliberal1
sassyliberal
a month ago
@nytimes She can never prove her innocence enough for some people. She just needs to move on. The more she uses her past to gain fame the more people will think she got away with murder.
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@joccosti
Jocosti
a month ago
@nytimes Now write an article about the true victim, Meredith Kercher and the people who loved her.
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