Saturday, March 21, 2009

Trial: Did Someone Prevent Meredith Calling Home On The Night?

Posted by Peter Quennell


“The British student Meredith Kercher may have tried to telephone her mother in a last cry for help before she was overpowered and stabbed to death in Perugia in central Italy.”

This story on one of Meredith;s last actions out of the courtroom yesterday is being very widely picked up around the world. Click above for John Follain’s report.




Comments

“Meredith Kercher may have desperately tried to phone her mother”

I just googled this phrase to see how far and fast this sad story on Meredith had spread.

Google right now is indicating that the story has been reprinted 1,030 times worldwide.

That is probably the current record for any single story on the case.

Posted by Peter Quennell on 03/25/09 at 09:14 AM | #


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