I have been asked by many Americans what I think about this case.
To be honest I stop reading the American press and websites that discussed the case months ago. However, I'm very curious to hear what Michelle has to say.
Michelle's an American who has lived in Italy for seven year but she's also an attorney who writes on legal issues.
Like I said before I don't know if Amanda is innocent as I wasn't at the house that night.
Were there issues with the trial? Yes, but Michelle's post today eloquently explains why I was fend up the "OMG Italians hate America and this poor girl is being railroad" or "Italy is backwards and our justice system is the best" narrative in the American media.
Really? At least in Italy, and every other Westernized nation for that matter, no innocent person have been put to death by their government.
HERE is a link to Michelle's post. She will be writing about the trial this week.