PERUGIA, Italy, Oct 2 (Reuters) - As American student Amanda Knox's court appeal ends, exasperated residents of Perugia wish for a return to the days when the Italian town was known for chocolate, art and history rather a sex and drugs scene made notorious by the murder case.Set against a lush hilly backdrop, Perugia, with its cobbled alleyways, sunny piazzas and palazzos adorned with griffin statues should be basking in the splendour of its medieval and Etruscan heritage.Instead, four years of media scrutiny of the case, which saw Knox convicted of the murder of her British roommate Meredith Kercher, have exposed a less flattering side of Perugia -- one featuring drug dealers, orgies and drunken foreign students.
As the Church Lady would say, "Let's see, who could it be .. SATAN?" It's not the drunken-orgies aspect of Satanism that's driving student and tourists away from this soul-snatching capital of Italy, it's their fear of getting falsely arrested and tormented for years by Mignini, that combination of a rabid dog and the Wizard of Oz, and his "justice system" coven. Of course, the fact that organized Satanism is also doing everything else it can to destroy civilization and mankind isn't helping Italy's economy either.