Evidence Was Not Collected for Six Weeks in Amanda Knox Case
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A video has been released that reveals critical evidence left at the crime scene of Meredith Kercher’s murder was not tested for over six weeks.
All of Kercher’s clothes were not taken as evidence and neither was the rock her attacker had thrown through a window to enter her and Amanda Knox’s flat. These items were left alone until the second search was conducted 47 days later.
Some of the other evidence they did not collect includes a semen stain on Kercher’s pillow and a shoe stain of her killer. Several of the previous evidence the police claimed they had, like Raffaele Sollecito’s DNA on Kercher’s bra clasp and Knox’s sweatshirt, have now been dismissed as evidence.
Fortunately for the police, a bloody handprint was left by killer, Rudy Guede, who is currently serving a 16 year sentence in jail.