To admit such a colossal mistake would humiliate them in front of the entire world. It would be a massive loss of face. This was especially acute for Mignini, who was already under indictment in the Monster case. He would later be convicted of abuse of office and jailed for 16 months.[...]About 50% of all criminal convictions in Italy are reversed or greatly modified on appeal. Knox and Sollecito join the four-million Italians since the war who have seen their lives ruined by false criminal charges, only to be proclaimed innocent after many years of agony and imprisonment.
I've exposed the the truth about Italy's "justice" system, which is that it's a playground for organized Satanism, but I had no idea that FOUR MILLION people have been put through hell by it. As I suspected, the Satanists lurking behind Mussolini made a spectacle of cleansing Italy of evil, adopted the justice system as their mask, and created an Orwellian fascist state with a democratic face.
The notion that everything that was done to Knox was done to save face is ludicrous. If they really just wanted to save face, they wouldn't have jumped to such conclusions before the evidence had come in. It's not as if it was the first time they had arrested the wrong people and destroyed their lives, so if they had any intent to avoid repeating such "mistakes," they would have waited for the forensic evidence.
The Knox case was a Satanic ritual based on projecting a Satanic "initiation" committed by apparent Satanist Guede (probably on orders from Mignini) onto Knox, Sollecito, and Lumumba, although Lumumba had a solid alibi and avoided all but a couple of weeks of hell. Still, he was left in prison for about a week after the authorities admitted he had a solid alibi!
Al least if you want to read a grim fairy tale, you know of another author who writes them.