Monday, October 31, 2011

More hints that court knew truth about Kercher murder?

The judge who presided at the trial of Amanda Knox and her former Italian boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, has reportedly said they may be guilty after all.

Speaking just two days after he and his fellow judges handed down a full acquittal on appeal, Judge Claudio Pratillo Hellmann, said the court's verdict "is the result of the truth that was created in the proceedings. But the real truth may be different. They may be responsible, but the evidence is not there." [To me, this was a declaration that he was referring to the Twilight Zone, because the appeal verdict essentially declared them to be innocent of the murder, not just "not proven guilty."]
On Wednesday, he had already begun to muddy the waters, telling another interviewer: "THIS WILL REMAIN AN UNSOLVED TRUTH. NO ONE CAN SAY HOW THINGS WENT." [This contradicts the following paragraph, in which he indicates that Guede knows. I think what he meant was that he knows the truth, and that it will never be revealed.]
Hellmann said: "I cannot affirm that Rudy Guede is the only one who knows what happened that night." But he added: "He certainly knows and hasn't said. Perhaps the two [other] accused, Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, also know." [To me, the insinuation that Knox and Sollecito might have been involved was intended to help the "justice" system save face.]

This is essentially a continuation of a theme started in the previous post - that various officials seem to have been dropping hints that organized Satanism was behind the Kercher murder and the subsequent "witch hunt," i.e. witches hunting for scapegoats to crucify.