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Amanda Knox Murder Trial Case Update: Drug Dealer's Statement Could Result tin Knox's Conviction

Amanda Knox has consistently declared that she is innocent of the crime of which she has been accused, but new evidence has surfaced which may be able to uphold Knox's conviction. A drug dealer's testimony could influence the trial and suggest she had a hand in the murder of her roommate, Meredith Kercher, in 2007.
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