Monday, March 25, 2013

Nailing Myths #1: In Fact 2009 Trial Was Decisive By US/UK Standards, Evidence Very Powerful Indeed

Posted by Our Main Posters

This first post in our new series is a collection of Powerpoint slides summarising the case against.

It was created by our lawyer James Raper with help from Kermit on the content and slides. Please load Powerpoint Viewer if not on your system, and click here for the show.

The Powerpoints consist of 150 slides, the outcome of many hours of work, and should open up in the viewer via most Internet connections in 30 to 60 seconds. 

As we continue to point out NOT ONE credible independent lawyer has ever destroyed this case, or come up with a scenario that lets Knox and Sollecito authentically off the hook.

See the header to this post?  MANY lawyers are making the comment that in the UK and US this trial would have been the end of the road.  No judge in the US or UK would have okayed any appeal. There were never the grounds.

Posted by Our Main Posters on 03/25/13 at 11:33 PM in Knox-Marriott PRRaff Sollecito PR

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Tomorrow’s Italian Supreme Court decision will bring true justice to Meredith Kercher and her family.

In memory of Meredith Kercher,

Posted by True North on 03/25/13 at 11:52 PM | #

Thanks again for the powerpoint…very well done.My first prayer was answered today…hopefully we can proceed to the final truth. The American public continues in their lemming ways along with the media’s absolutely false reporting…truth will prevail. Thanks again.

Posted by fotomat1 on 03/26/13 at 07:49 PM | #

Thanks for the powerpoint presentation.

Very well done, easy to understand, and clearly took much effort and research.  I’ll share this with others where I can.

Posted by Fred J Walsh on 03/31/13 at 10:12 PM | #

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