Monday, October 31, 2016

Nine Years Tuesday Since The Pack Attack: The Compelling Aura Of Meredith Lives On

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Posted by The TJMK Main Posters on 10/31/16 at 08:45 AM in Concerning MeredithHer memory


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The lawyer for the victim and her family Dr Francesco Maresca has a book on the case coming out November 10.

Processo Meredith: giustizia perfetta?

The publisher is Edizione ETS based in Pisa since 1961, which has a nice list of academic, history, architecture and judicial books.

http://www.edizioniets.com/scheda.asp?n=9788846745835

Autore/i: Francesco Paolo Maresca
Introduzione di: Roberta Bruzzone
Collana: PQM Collana di psicologia giuridica (1)
Pagine: 114
Formato: cm.14x21
Anno: 2016
ISBN: 9788846745835
Stato: Disponibile

There’s a 13 page sample chapter by Maresca, introduction and table of contents with foreword by Roberta Bruzzone here: http://www.edizioniets.com/Priv_File_Libro/3059.pdf

Quite a few small errors noted, and some stuff that perhaps doesn’t translate well, though as I understand it the book will cover the 5th Chambers acquittal well.

Posted by Ergon on 10/31/16 at 09:41 AM | #

Thanks Ergon on Maresca. He is widely misrepresented as being in court for the family, and it is true that they do pay him.

But he and other lawyers in other Italian courts are actually there for a unique purpose: to speak for the silent victim.

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

For this reason the timing of Maresca’s book is especially significant.

The Knox PR of course set out to make Meredith a non-person and habitually try to portray Knox as the real victim. So they hate him.

Posted by Peter Quennell on 10/31/16 at 12:28 PM | #

At midnight, I will be lighting a candle and saying a prayer for Meredith and her family.

This horror was so unnecessary. I will never forget Meredith.

RIP sweet one.

Posted by Earthling on 10/31/16 at 05:29 PM | #

Meredith’s music video says “Can you feel the love that I do?” as the final refrain. She is the white rose, the white feather, the elegant student pursuing all the worthy and beautiful things in life. Gone too soon. Peace to your family today.

Meredith, thank you for your smile and your kindness along life’s way. You did achieve many of your youthful dreams. Despite the tragedy, you left your essence with us of goodness, wit and gentleness, an enduring legacy. You were kindhearted and gained respect.

Your mysterious beauty of personality lingers on, even in the song you helped dramatize: “Can you feel the love that I do?”

Posted by Hopeful on 11/01/16 at 07:07 AM | #

Gone, but not forgotten. 

RIP Meredith Kercher

Posted by KrissyG on 11/01/16 at 01:04 PM | #

Beautiful video, R.I.P Meredith

Posted by Elisa on 11/01/16 at 01:13 PM | #

Nice thoughts above. Meredith’s family have said they always try to remember the funny side of her. This was in the box at the top.

Headsup: We have commemorated Meredith on the day of her birth and the day of her death each year since 2007. Why does she resonate so much with so many? Those who knew her say that she was exceptionally smart, exceptionally funny, and exceptionally giving. She seemed set for an amazing career and really hit the ground running in Perugia. Her father John Kercher’s wonderful book Meredith is the very best way to “see” her.

Posted by Peter Quennell on 11/02/16 at 10:37 PM | #


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