Amanda Knox recently wrote an article claiming that woman are more susceptible to confessing to a crime that they didn’t commit. Regardless of whether that is the case or not, the fact is that Amanda Knox was not influenced by patriarchal pressure to submit to police pressure. Far from it as shown in the new book: The Manipulative Memoir of Amanda Knox Part 2.
In this book, Amanda’s Knox’s own telephone conversations the day after Meredith Kercher was found brutally murdered, reveals how Amanda truly felt about the police. Amanda Knox was hostile to authorities from the very beginning. Amanda tried to leave Italy the day after “her friend” was found dead. However, the police informed Amanda that she could not skip town. This caused Amanda to become enraged, swearing and criticizing the investigators who were working hard to solve this case. Amanda complained that she had to wait around for the police to interview her and resented that she couldn’t make out with her boyfriend while hanging out in the police headquarters.
This book also exposes Amanda Knox’s many lies and the suspicious injuries Amanda Knox had gotten the night of the murder. Amanda and Raffaele’s actions and statements led authorities (and everyone else) to suspect them of being involved in Meredith Kercher’s murder along with a third man, Rudy Guede. Amanda Knox may have been acquitted of the murder but she was not, and never will be, found innocent.