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Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#1 May 1, 2013
It is very, very possible that an international arrangement was made to free Amanda Knox at a critical juncture in the judicial process, giving her enough breathing room to escape justice, then appeal her case--in absentia--in order to fulfill the requirements of the Italian Justice system.
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Looks suspicious to me.
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Bud did she actually do the crime?
Donald Deems

Phoenix, AZ

#2 May 1, 2013
This is a black forum designed to discuss black issues in the black community.

Why is that so freaking hard for you people to grasp!
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#3 May 1, 2013
Donald Deems wrote:
This is a black forum designed to discuss black issues in the black community.
Why is that so freaking hard for you people to grasp!
What damn design? It's called the African AMERICAN Forum, stupid. Foxy Knoxy is an American, last I heard.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#4 May 1, 2013
Again:
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It is very, very possible that an international arrangement was made to free Amanda Knox at a critical juncture in the judicial process, giving her enough breathing room to escape justice, then appeal her case--in absentia--in order to fulfill the requirements of the Italian Justice system.
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Looks suspicious to me.
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Bud did she actually do the crime?
Aliea

Miami, FL

#5 May 1, 2013
Stag_R_Lee wrote:
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What damn design? It's called the African AMERICAN Forum, stupid. Foxy Knoxy is an American, last I heard.
Oh, I see. So the next time a blacks questions(whines)why whites post on the AA forum, we can direct them to your post. Whites are AMERICANS so they should be allowed to post here.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#6 May 1, 2013
Aliea wrote:
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Oh, I see. So the next time a blacks questions(whines)why whites post on the AA forum, we can direct them to your post. Whites are AMERICANS so they should be allowed to post here.
Let me be the first to welcome you to "TOPIX African American Forum. " You, no doubt, haven't had a chance to notice. WHITES POST IN THIS FORUM ALREADY!!!!
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There is, IMHO, a difference between a white and a troll. For example, you are a troll! Blacks--again in my view--can benefit from constructive (emphasis) criticism, and I have to respect those whites who come into this forum and make their points, comments that carry a positive and constructive message. I strongly suggest that you do the same when reading posts from Af.Am. posts.
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Why are you folks making me post and re-post my opening comments? Get the hell out of here.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#7 May 1, 2013
It is very, very possible that an international arrangement was made to free Amanda Knox at a critical juncture in the judicial process, giving her enough breathing room to escape justice, then appeal her case--in absentia--in order to fulfill the requirements of the Italian Justice system.
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Looks suspicious to me.
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Bud did she actually do the crime?
Aliea

Miami, FL

#8 May 1, 2013
Stag_R_Lee wrote:
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Let me be the first to welcome you to "TOPIX African American Forum. " You, no doubt, haven't had a chance to notice. WHITES POST IN THIS FORUM ALREADY!!!!
Your comprehension skills are not what they should be. I never claimed that whites didn't post on this forum. I stated that blacks whine when the whites do post here, because they are not African American. I merely pointed out the YOU believe that whites should post here because according to YOU, whites fulfill the AMERICAN part of African AMERICAN.

Please think before you reply back.
mugabee

United States

#9 May 1, 2013
thats rihgt mugabee
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#10 May 1, 2013
Aliea wrote:
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Your comprehension skills are not what they should be. I never claimed that whites didn't post on this forum. I stated that blacks whine when the whites do post here, because they are not African American. I merely pointed out the YOU believe that whites should post here because according to YOU, whites fulfill the AMERICAN part of African AMERICAN.
Please think before you reply back.
With respect to my reply, you were merely being asked to make an intuitive leap...a miraculous process employed by those who have a brain.
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Many whites post in this forum. SOME (emphasis) Blacks "whine" about postings that are brought from SOME whites.(Myself among them.)
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Spelled out, your error stands out like sh*t in a case of diamonds. You did not qualify your remarks --when you should have. Interesting that your first error goes in exactly the opposite direction from your second. Hmmm.
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Obviously you want me to give up on Amanda. Some folks think she's cute, do you? Is she a "cute" murderer--as many Italians suggest?
Gerald Hampton

Phoenix, AZ

#11 May 1, 2013
Stag_R_Lee wrote:
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Obviously you want me to give up on Amanda. Some folks think she's cute, do you? Is she a "cute" murderer--as many Italians suggest?
Have you ever thought about worrying about the thousands of black murders right here in the US instead of ONE white girl?
newpid stiggers

UK

#12 May 1, 2013
this silly nonsense was started because the man who actually did the murder, and IS ALREADY IN JAIL, is , (you guessed it) a NEGRO. So the buffoonish clown Stagrlee is trying to blame an innocent white woman .
Masud_S_Hoghughi __

Netherlands

#13 May 1, 2013
.....my feeling on this case is that she is prolly guilty........but the incompetent Italian police ph**ked up..........

......she looks good from the outside, but inside is rotten.......I can well believe that she engaged in group sex with a negrow - the victim Kircher waz the one with the good morals......

.....amerikans need to stop supporting her just coz she's purdy........
asho

Eskilstuna, Sweden

#14 May 2, 2013
Masud_S_Hoghughi__ wrote:
.....my feeling on this case is that she is prolly guilty........but the incompetent Italian police ph**ked up..........
......she looks good from the outside, but inside is rotten.......I can well believe that she engaged in group sex with a negrow - the victim Kircher waz the one with the good morals......
.....amerikans need to stop supporting her just coz she's purdy........
Mohammed, what's with you and blacks? Do you watch interracial porn, jerk off then go out and hate on the blacks?
racists cant hide

Rochester, NY

#15 May 2, 2013
I didn't see the trial nor follow all the reports on it but I saw the movie (not sure how true it was) and saw an interview with her. So it would be just a gut feeling that she is guilty.
Masud_S_Hoghughi __

London, UK

#16 May 2, 2013
racists cant hide wrote:
I didn't see the trial nor follow all the reports on it but I saw the movie (not sure how true it was) and saw an interview with her. So it would be just a gut feeling that she is guilty.
she could take a polygraph - its not foolproof......but anything helps.........
Truthism

United States

#17 May 2, 2013
I watch some TV shows concerning mysteries and evidence at crime scenes; who they accuse of the crimes, etc. And many times, those who did not actually commit the crime can really be made to look very guilty, yet they're not... even if they're in the house at the time of the crime (with others).

What if she was heavily drugged? Passed out? Busy in another room with loud music on? And so many other scenarios can be made which DO happen every single day. What if someone committed a crime at a party and you were there, then they sent you to prison simply for being there?

Would that be justice to you? Think a little!

Others will say "What if she's really guilty though?"

I say "What if she's really INNOCENT?! Would you feel GOOD knowing you might have locked up an innocent person for the rest of their life without even good proof for the crime she's being held for? I would never feel good doing such a thing."

If she's guilty yet no evidence can prove it and she's set free, then at least we can still protect ourselves from criminals on the loose with our own weaponry (guns, if you can legally hold them); however, if she's innocent yet locked up, this is an absolute crime against her and such tyranny; I hate to imagine anyone locked up against their will for a crime they didn't commit. That burdens my heart to think of.

So I say, if I had to pick one then: better she'd be free and guilty than locked up and innocent.

That's just how I look at things.

I, too, did not follow the trial, nor did I look into the details; but there was a TV show on the other day concerning her being let go, and how the Italian police did screw up the crime scene (intentionally?...), so that alone, if true, just throws the whole case out against her. Sorry. It's just how it has to be.

All police should have video camera on their chest and head when they walk up on the crime scene. EVERYthing has to be filmed now. NO one can be trusted, whether due to intentional corruption or clueless incompetency - NO ones liberty should be put in jeopardy simply based upon the idiotic trust of government agents or officers - they're NOT perfect! They're NOT 100% moral all the time.

The only one who should be imprisoned is the one who confessed to the crime, in this case.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#18 May 8, 2013
Truthism wrote:
I watch some TV shows concerning mysteries and evidence at crime scenes; who they accuse of the crimes, etc. And many times, those who did not actually commit the crime can really be made to look very guilty, yet they're not... even if they're in the house at the time of the crime (with others).
What if she was heavily drugged? Passed out? Busy in another room with loud music on? And so many other scenarios can be made which DO happen every single day. What if someone committed a crime at a party and you were there, then they sent you to prison simply for being there?
Would that be justice to you? Think a little!
Others will say "What if she's really guilty though?"
I say "What if she's really INNOCENT?! Would you feel GOOD knowing you might have locked up an innocent person for the rest of their life without even good proof for the crime she's being held for? I would never feel good doing such a thing."
If she's guilty yet no evidence can prove it and she's set free, then at least we can still protect ourselves from criminals on the loose with our own weaponry (guns, if you can legally hold them); however, if she's innocent yet locked up, this is an absolute crime against her and such tyranny; I hate to imagine anyone locked up against their will for a crime they didn't commit. That burdens my heart to think of.
So I say, if I had to pick one then: better she'd be free and guilty than locked up and innocent.
That's just how I look at things.
I, too, did not follow the trial, nor did I look into the details; but there was a TV show on the other day concerning her being let go, and how the Italian police did screw up the crime scene (intentionally?...), so that alone, if true, just throws the whole case out against her. Sorry. It's just how it has to be.
All police should have video camera on their chest and head when they walk up on the crime scene. EVERYthing has to be filmed now. NO one can be trusted, whether due to intentional corruption or clueless incompetency - NO ones liberty should be put in jeopardy simply based upon the idiotic trust of government agents or officers - they're NOT perfect! They're NOT 100% moral all the time.
The only one who should be imprisoned is the one who confessed to the crime, in this case.
First, Foxy O.J. Knoxy did confess.
Second: Foxy's case is a test case. The U.S. is super critical of other nations who don't hand over suspects. Yet when it comes to Americans--those who have clout--the Establishment goes silent.
I remember a case of a Black soldier, stationed in Japan. The case involved rape and boiled down to his word against hers. Colin Powell, then Sec. of State travelled to Japan and tried to mediate a mutually agreeable solution. Before his plane touched down, the U.S. sent a special envoy who saw to it that the G.I.(a soldier in the service of his country) was handed over and imprisoned in a Jap prison.) Another interesting aspect of this case has to do with a U.S. sub ramming a Japanese boat and killing men, and children. The Captain had given the wheel of the vessel over to a civilian-(A nuclear sub manned by a civilian) The civilian was a person given a rewarded for political contributions. Around the same time, an American pilot flew into and cut a cable for a chair lift at an Italian ski resort, killing numerous people. The navigator LOL was subsequently blamed, but no extradition occurred.
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We are talking, here, about a lon,,long history of prejudicial and racist treatment of Blacks by the U.S. Establishment. Not to mention Pinochet, in England. We are not talking about Foxy O.J. Knoxy we are talking about a long, never ending tradition of racism. Of special interest is the fact that Foxy O.J.Knoxy blamed a Black man for the crime, and--in the process--shielded the principal suspect who was eventually convicted.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#20 May 8, 2013
Truthism

First, Foxy O.J. Knoxy did confess.
Second: Foxy's case is a test case. The U.S. is super critical of other nations who don't hand over suspects. Yet when it comes to Americans--those who have clout--the Establishment goes silent.
I remember a case of a Black soldier, stationed in Japan. The case involved rape and boiled down to his word against hers. Colin Powell, then Sec. of State travelled to Japan and tried to mediate a mutually agreeable solution. Before his plane touched down, the U.S. sent a special envoy who saw to it that the G.I.(a soldier in the service of his country) was handed over and imprisoned in a Jap prison.) Another interesting aspect of this case has to do with a U.S. sub ramming a Japanese boat and killing men, and children. The Captain had given the wheel of the vessel over to a civilian-(A nuclear sub manned by a civilian) The civilian was a person given a rewarded for political contributions. Around the same time, an American pilot flew into and cut a cable for a chair lift at an Italian ski resort, killing numerous people. The navigator LOL was subsequently blamed, but no extradition occurred.
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We are talking, here, about a long,,long history of prejudicial and racist treatment of Blacks by the U.S. Establishment. Not to mention Pinochet, in England. We are not talking about Foxy O.J. Knoxy we are talking about a long, never ending tradition of racism. Of special interest is the fact that Foxy O.J.Knoxy blamed a Black man for the crime, and--in the process--shielded the principal suspect who was eventually convicted.
Anti-Fascism

United States

#21 May 9, 2013
Stag_R_Lee wrote:
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First, Foxy O.J. Knoxy did confess.
Second: Foxy's case is a test case. The U.S. is super critical of other nations who don't hand over suspects. Yet when it comes to Americans--those who have clout--the Establishment goes silent.
I remember a case of a Black soldier, stationed in Japan. The case involved rape and boiled down to his word against hers. Colin Powell, then Sec. of State travelled to Japan and tried to mediate a mutually agreeable solution. Before his plane touched down, the U.S. sent a special envoy who saw to it that the G.I.(a soldier in the service of his country) was handed over and imprisoned in a Jap prison.) Another interesting aspect of this case has to do with a U.S. sub ramming a Japanese boat and killing men, and children. The Captain had given the wheel of the vessel over to a civilian-(A nuclear sub manned by a civilian) The civilian was a person given a rewarded for political contributions. Around the same time, an American pilot flew into and cut a cable for a chair lift at an Italian ski resort, killing numerous people. The navigator LOL was subsequently blamed, but no extradition occurred.
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We are talking, here, about a lon,,long history of prejudicial and racist treatment of Blacks by the U.S. Establishment. Not to mention Pinochet, in England. We are not talking about Foxy O.J. Knoxy we are talking about a long, never ending tradition of racism. Of special interest is the fact that Foxy O.J.Knoxy blamed a Black man for the crime, and--in the process--shielded the principal suspect who was eventually convicted.
I see. I am *all* for questioning *any* authority, 24/7, so I am totally open to skepticism concerning the government and any prejudice they might show for whatever reason (personal relation, financial pay-offs, etc.).

I did not look into the Knox case, so I did not know she confessed. Did she print her confession out? Or was it a confession written out for her and she simply signed the paper (without possibly reading or understand what was written beforehand)?

I guess it'd depend on that.

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