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November 29, 2011 at 1:58 PM

Amanda Knox: Isn't this odd?

We’re not sure where we come down on this, but we’re leaning toward, “Isn’t this a bit odd?” and “Why now?”

The Huffington Post has published an “Amanda Knox Trial Crime Quiz,” asking readers seven questions related to the Meredith Kercher murder case in Perugia, Italy, in 2007. (You could earn a Huffpost Crime Solver Badge if you play …)

Knox, the former UW student from West Seattle, was convicted of killing Kercher, her British roommate, in Italy four years ago, but was ultimately set free this year after the controversial conviction was overturned.

One side of the equation says people can’t get enough of the Amanda Knox story. (The British tabloids are relentless.) And then there’s the other side that says, enough’s enough.

At the risk of the pot calling the kettle black, on which side do you find yourself?

Comments | More in General news | Topics: Amanda Knox, crime, Huffington Post

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