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on 16 January 2015
Really enjoyed this. It was well written and well researched. I am 100% convinced.
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on 16 April 2015
Highly presumptuous account of what may or may not have happened that night. Fair enough the author has many years experience but his account must not be taken as the absolute truth of what happened in that bedroom. Only one man knows the answer to that and it's Rudy Guede. Also for some reason all the pictures in this book would not display on my Kindle Paperwhite.
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on 16 October 2013
A reasonable hypothesis of what may have happened.
Very soon we will be able to ask Rudy in the flesh!
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on 1 February 2014
The theory that Rudy Guede alone killed Meredith Kercher, is in conflict with forensic evidence. The bruising was consistent with her being held down and restrained. The autopsy report is clear about these points.
As well as the cover up involving changed alibis and framing of an innocent man
There are also a number of unanswered questions about this case.
Why did Amanda and Sollecito turn off their phones on the night of the murder.
Knox and Sollecito according to phone records obtained by police never ever turned their phones off, but on the night of the murder did just that from 8.30pm till 6.30am the next day. Why was Amanda's lamp found under Meredith's bed?
Repeatedly the convicted pair claimed they couldn't remember what happened, and I believe this is partly true, and the reason for lack of clear motive.
Motiveless murders are perpetrated daily by murderers under the influence of drugs. Sollecito on one of his web pages boasted he spent "80% of his waking hours high on drugs." A marijuana leaf adorned most of web pages. He had written about his incredible highs with cocaine and heroin.
While never reported in the US media, Raffaele was obsessed with knives, had his own knife collection, and often carried a switch blade. But the dominant person in this murder mystery, Amanda Knox, who according to Rudi Guede orchestrated Meredith's murder, has now been found guilty of that murder, together with her former boyfriend. Justice has been done, and hopefully it will be seen to be done?
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on 14 August 2013
Hendry's reconstruction of the events of the night of the murder of Meredith Kercher does not add anything to what's been said already, so I'm wondering what his motive is in putting out this book.

I suspect that he is trying to flush out the "guilters": Hendry has provided here a detailed account of the "Rudy the lone killer" angle. His account is completely consistent with the evidence, with what we know about the people involved, and with common sense. He now appears to be inviting the guilters to do a similar job on the "multiple attackers" angle.

I look forward to reading such an account. The guilters' version of events is absurd at every point. For example: why did Knox/Sollecito take the so-called "double-DNA" knife from Sollecito's flat to Knox's flat? The prosecution say: Knox needed it to protect herself - on a 5-minute car journey from her boyfriend's flat to her own flat! Why didn't they get rid of this knife - according to the prosecution, the murder weapon? The prosecution say: because it was on the inventory of Sollecito's flat - it would have cost them a few euros to replace it. And so on.

It seems unlikely that we will ever see the guilters' version. Still, if that's your plan, Mr Hendry, good luck with it. By making the kindle version free, you are sure to reach a large audience. Good thinking.

The reconstruction does not solve a couple of minor problems. I still find it difficult to envisage Rudy scaling the outside wall of the house. Did the man we see standing on the ground floor window bars reach that point unaided? And how far is it from the planter to the shutter? I'd like to have seen someone standing on the planter and stretching his hand out to reach the shutter.

I wish someone had managed to carry out a proper reconstruction of the break-in, and had filmed it. Having said that, I know that experienced house-breakers like Rudy can manage surprising feats of strength and agility. I'd just like to see someone do it.
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on 3 February 2014
There is a terrible site on the internet called True Justice For Meredith Kercher. Yes we all want true justice but the editor provides the most biased one sided reporting you will ever read. If you google the editor you will find there are a few stories about him that are shall we say most interesting. This crime was always a lone wolf crime. Go to injustice in perugia for the real facts.
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