Italy's trial #3 of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito flails and fails to prove she's a homicidal seductress, or he her murderous slave ... but that isn't going to put an end to their persecution:
This is because, more than just trying to pin Meredith Kercher's brutal rape and murder in Perugia on the pretty American and her hapless ex-lover, Italy's legal and law enforcement community is actually trying to save their own self-sullied reputations.
That'll be quite a task now, however, since they've made fools of themselves. In front of the whole world exposing not only their corruption and unjust criminal *justice* system, but the extremely dangerous misogyny that informs their draconian mindset regarding women.
Especially the much-too-libertine ones who hail from the USA.
Thus, the relentless pursuit of two obvious innocents via a ridiculously perverse prosecution theory about some "sex game gone wrong" as well as the outright vicious character assassination of an American beauty Italy just loves to hate.
And trial after trial after trial.
Evidently, in the Italians' seemingly endless quest to redeem their hopelessly tarnished image over the Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito debacle, they've completely forgotten that these two innocent youngsters were both falsely imprisoned for years.
Enough already -- time to move on, Italy -- nothing more to see here.