Amanda Knox speaks of the support she received from Irish people during murder trial

She appeared on The Ray D'arcy Show last night

Amanda Knox

Amanda Knox has revealed that she received a lot of Irish support during her murder trial.

The American appeared on the Ray D’arcy show last night to speak about going on trial for the murder of her former roommate Meredith Kercher, of which she was acquitted in 2011 and 2014.

“My world collapsed,” she revealed to Ray

. “I didn’t realise that the world was so unfair. That was not something that I grew up with. That was something that a lot of Irish supporters of mine felt.

“I got letters from lots of Irish people who really understood, like, of course, authority taking advantage of a vulnerable person and spinning it in a bad way, of course, we know that.

“They sent me Irish rebel songs and everything… They sent me this CD of the 50 most popular ones. You know, there’s like ‘come out you Black and Tans and fight me like a man’.

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“It was great, and I had no idea what they were talking about, like slandering Parnell and I didn’t know what any of that meant, I just understood the fighting spirit of it, and I appreciated that.”

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