Netflixhoax 6: Omitted - Numerous Objective Facts In The TRUTHFUL BBC Report

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Netflix’s Amanda Knox is an extreme example of misleading bias by cherrypicking. This post is another in our ongoing series, the mothership for material for this media-friendly page online soon.



This fine BBC production has been aired in many other countries. It is mainly Americans who have been prevented from seeing it.




Comments

Very touching and moving documentary. In particular, the last caption that reads: Who absolved Knox and Sollecito?

I only felt a mild anger: who will judge the judges?

Simply put, another crime has been committed in the name of the Italian people.

Posted by chami on 09/27/16 at 09:51 PM | #

My comment on the latest Guardian Review of the Netflix documentary https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/sep/28/inside-netflixs-amanda-knox-she-was-cast-as-a-she-devil#comment-84237301

Posted by Ergon on 09/28/16 at 08:16 AM | #

Glad to see that the BBC is gaining at least some vindication after being unfairly criticised by all and sundry for not doing enough to help Meredith.

Here is my comment FWIW on the review of the documentary in today’s Guardian:

‘The more this weird and obnoxious girl/woman protests her innocence, instead of fading quietly into the background with relief that justice has been done (like the truly innocent would), the more the discerning reach for their smelling salts.

As usual Shakespeare had it right: “the lady doth protest too much, methinks”’.

Posted by Odysseus on 09/28/16 at 08:36 AM | #

Even this documentary, in some cases, does Knox favors. Saying she was “on exchange” from Seattle in Italy provides a much different impression than saying she took a break from university to attend a language school a few days a week.

That Meredith’s course of study in Italy was at a different institution (and far more rigorous) than Amanda’s is something rarely mentioned. I commend folks here and at PMF for shedding light on this overlooked detail.

I believe I read somewhere that her study at the Univ. for Foreigners wouldn’t transfer to UW at all. She might have been able to get credit by taking an Italian language placement test, but that would only be for a few credits…

Posted by Mciver on 09/28/16 at 08:56 AM | #

@Mciver,

The Knox family campaign from the bottom up has been dishonest at every level.

It is apparent that the adventure of Amanda Knox in Italy was not one of education - in fact it is more than apparent, it is clear.

The course she took, as rightly pointed out by Peter a long time ago, could quite easily have been done online or in a correspondence style.

It was indeed of a very low calibre in comparison to Merediths fully bonafide university study program.

What is striking is the choice of the course she eventually pursued in relation to the highly gifted straight A Deans list person her family portray her as.

Surely someone as gifted as she would have picked a study program more suited to such an intellect as opposed to something as lightweight as the course she settled on.

Of course this doesn’t prove anything apart from the dishonesty of the Knox PR campaign.

Posted by Deathfish on 09/28/16 at 09:32 AM | #

Hi Mciver and Deathfish

All true. Spot-on. This is what caused so much of the tension with Laura, Filomena and Meredith, all of whom had 40-hour workloads while Knox took drugs and simply wasted time and annoyed people, Patrick included.

In her book of course she said she told her parents she would get “full credits” back at UW Seattle. For what? The post is here. 

http://truejustice.org/ee/index.php?/tjmk/comments/questions_for_knox_3_why_the_huge_lie/

Posted by Peter Quennell on 09/28/16 at 09:39 AM | #


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