The court’s decision, fueled by doubts over DNA evidence, stunned the victim’s family and angered the prosecution, which insists that she was among three people who killed 21-year-old Meredith Kercher.
"They want us to believe that Rudy Guede, 21, is the only guilty one, but we don't believe in fairy tales," Mignini told the court. "This is a trio ... two young people from good families and THAT POOR UNFORTUNATE, ABANDONED BY HIS FATHER ... WHO HAS TO PAY FOR ALL OF THEM."
Well, I suppose there are a lot of unanswered questions, such as why Rudy Guede was allowed to continue to prey on Perugia until he murdered Kercher, despite Perugia's police knowing about his crime spree and knife-fetish, and why Mignini is so sympathetic to the only person placed at the scene of the crime by an abundance of physical evidence, EVEN AS HE DEMANDED A LIFE SENTENCE AND SIX MONTHS OF ISOLATION FOR KNOX, AND CONCEALED EVIDENCE OF HER INNOCENCE.
Oh, and then there's the question of why he hasn't been given the judicial equivalent of the Mussolini treatment. Are there that many Satanists in Italy's "justice" system?