While Guede was in Germany, police monitored a phone call during which he explicitly stated that Knox was not present when the murder took place. This means that Guede, the man already convicted of this murder is, indeed guilty. This also means that Amanda, now also convicted, wasn’t even there.
The alleged murder weapon – the key prosecutorial evidence – did not have any blood residue on the blade. The DNA on the blade was too small to reproduce the results with a repeat test. [It is ABSOLUTELY necessary to reproduce the results since lab and other contamination could cause errors more than fifty percent of the time.] The blade was too large to fit the outline in blood of the blade on the sheets and also too large to have produced most of the wounds. Furthermore, Amanda’s DNA on the knives meant nothing since she used them to cook. Kercher’s DNA on the blade could have been caused by a distant sneeze or by contamination. Remember that sensitive tests did not reveal any blood on the blade and that this knife was randomly selected from several in the drawer. The other knives weren’t tested. Perhaps the steak knives had blood on the blade.
There was no comingled blood found in the apartment, just Kercher’s blood comingled with Amanda’s DNA in the apartment (hair, dead skin cells, dandruff, sneeze residue, etc). Only Guede’s fingerprints, and DNA was found in Kercher’s room, on her body, in the toilet and in her Kertcher’s body.
The probability of Amanda’s guilt is extremely low. If the prosecutor framed Amanda, he should go to jail. The prosecutor’s guilt will never be discovered, however, as he will cut a “deal” with Amanda and reduce her sentence considerably in exchange for a signing a “confession” that he (the prosecutor) will write.
The source for this article is from the defense as stated in www.friendsofamanda.com. A statement that no test is significant unless it can be repeated is mine as well as the prediction that the prosecutor will cut a deal for a lesser sentence in order to protect himself.
This is saved in the category of dystopian justice. Justice is a crutial test of any utopian society for two reasons:
People have two responses to an attack. They can fight or take flight. People can fight two ways. The can fight with force or truth. When the truth fails, force is the result. Any battle of truth requires that all people in that society can recognize source, fact and logic. All members of a utopian society must be educated to participate intelligently in society. Truth is a scarce commotity and requires proper validation. Furthermore, people have to be trained to recognize the truth when they see it.