Rome, March 25 - Italy's highest Court of Cassation on Monday postponed until Tuesday its ruling to either uphold or overturn the acquittal of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher in Perugia.from Appeal ruling postponed on Knox murder acquittal
Tuesday just happens to be the day before the first full Moon of Spring. Note that Italy also just put on a show of piousness by going gaga over the transition from Pope Benedict to Pope Francis. But after what Italy did to Knox, a lot of potential tourists and college students have probably decided to forever avoid that whirlpool of Satanism and Stockholm Syndrome.
Hopefully, Knox will not return to Italy voluntarily, and the US government will block extradition on the grounds that she is patently innocent, and the real killer (Rudy Guede) is in prison, even if for a ridiculously short term considering the heinousness of his crime, i.e. rape-murder committed as a sort of Satanic "initiation." Recall that Mignini, the predecessor to Knox' current persecutor, called Guede "the poor unfortunate." They're obviously two peas in a Satanic pod.