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NEW YORK — Amanda Knox urged Meredith Kercher’s parents Tuesday to take her to their murdered daughter’s grave, asking that she be “reconsidered as a person” after her release from prison.
Speaking as her long-awaited memoir on being jailed for the 2007 killing in Italy was published, the 25-year-old American made a tearful appeal for “closure” from John and Arline Kercher.
“The ideal situation in my mind is that they could show me Meredith’s grave,” she told USA Today. “I wasn’t allowed to grieve, either, and that would mean a lot to me.”
“I really want to go see her grave,” repeated Miss Knox, who spent four years in prison before being acquitted. “And right now I don’t feel I have the right to without her family’s permission.”
Miss Knox spoke from her home in Seattle as Waiting To Be…
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