Monday, October 31, 2011

More potential evidence that "botched robbery" was a cover story for Guede's likely Satanic motive (revised)

Mignini theorized that Knox "herself felt the need to eliminate the traces of her presence" at her home, and accused her and Sollecito of going so far as to stage a break-in at the apartment to make the murder look like a burglary gone bad.
One of those questions is about Rudy Guede, who in 2008 received a 30-year sentence for sexual assault and aiding and abetting murder in Kercher’s death, although the sentence was reduced to 16 years on appeal. Knox and Sollecito were never named in the ruling, which said only that he had aided unknown “others” in the crime.

While going over this month-old AP article, written by someone pretending to be mystified over Knox's acquittal, the first passage above jumped out at me because of my recent conclusion that Guede's motive was not to commit robbery, but to undergo a Satanic "initiation," and to provide Mignini with another Monster of Florence-type case to serve as the "basis" for yet another witch-hunt.

While reading the passage, it occurred to me that Mignini's "theory" about a staged burglary was probably another example of his habit of covertly admitting his own evil by projecting it onto his intended victim. Note the persistence of this claim even after it became clear that Guede had broken into the apartment through a window, meaning that there had to be an ulterior motive for the persistence. I contend that this motive was Mignini's love of dropping sly hints of his own evil.

The media, and not the Italian "justice" system, was the source of the claim that Guede's motive for killing Kercher was robbery, so it's not official. The Italian "justice" system is still pretending that Guede was involved, but wasn't the actual killer, because a higher-level court concluded that Guede did not act alone, and this assumption is evidently so sacrosanct that it is being treated as if it were physical evidence. This, I believe, explains the bizarre spectacle of people pretending that there is physical evidence that Guede had help, but that it has yet to be found. It might also be intended to "justify" keeping Guede's ridiculously lenient sentence in place so he can be released in a couple of years, and perhaps even declared innocent and compensated for his time in prison.

After posting the initial version of this post, I found the lower excerpt above, and realized that the referenced "ruling," which states that Guede "had aided unknown 'others' in the crime," can be construed as a confirmation of my claim that he had been put up to it by organized Satanism, and perhaps by Mignini himself. One reason I believe this is that there was no good evidence that others were involved, so the court had no basis for making this ruling other than Mignini's fantasy, or perhaps an awareness of what was actually behind the murder.

Revision: Added 2nd excerpt and last paragraph.