Amanda Knox, exonerated for murder in Italy, returns only to be convicted of slander

An Italian court has upheld a slander conviction against Amanda Knox, the American college student who spent four years in jail for the 2007 murder of her roommate before she was cleared of the crime. The slander charge stems from her falsely accusing her boss at the time of the killing. CBC’s Megan Williams breaks down the details.

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