The People article

The October 17th edition of People reduces the evidence to one point, and even this one they get wrong-“a miniscule amount of her DNA on a kitchen knife that the prosecution claim was the murder weapon.” Firstly, its M’s dna that was in question on the knife. Secondly, the article dismisses the lack of credible alaibis, knox’s own questions of being at the scene, knox’s dna mixed with M’s in multiple places in the house, the cell phone and computer records that conflicted with knox’s final story, along with all the other evidence presented in the first trial. It may be circumstantial evidence, it may be disputed evidence, but it is still evidence.

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