Amanda Knox was right this moment pictured arriving in Italy for the first time since she was convicted after which acquitted of murdering British pupil Meredith Kercher.
The 31-year-old took to Instagram yesterday to submit a snap with fiancé Christopher Robinson with the caption: “Here we go… Wish us, ‘Buon viaggio! (a good trip)”.
Ms Knox, who lives in Seattle, is because of communicate at a convention for wrongly-convicted crime suspects this weekend. She has spoken of her unease at returning to Italy for the occasion in Modena.
The American spent practically 4 years in an Italian jail after she was convicted of murdering her roommate Ms Kercher in November 2007.
Ms Kercher, 21, an alternate pupil from Surrey, was discovered semi-naked with a number of stab wounds on the bed room ground of the condominium she shared with Ms Knox in Perugia.
Ms Knox and her then-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito had been arrested and later convicted of murder and sexual assault in 2009.
The couple maintained their innocence. After a sequence of court docket hearings that uncovered Italy’s justice system to ridicule, Ms Knox was reconvicted earlier than the murder conviction was overturned by the supreme court docket in 2015.