Amanda Knox Convicted Of Murder, Again
Amanda Knox Convicted Of Murder, Again
Daniel Wu's Martial Arts TV Series Premieres In Nov. On AMC
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That was Stephanie Kercher, the sister of Meredith Kercher, the former roommate of Amanda Knox who was killed in 2007. An Italian court today has found Knox and her former boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, guilty of murder over the death of Kercher. Amanda and Raffaele were convicted of murder back in 2007, but the charges were overturned in an appeal in 2011. She returned to her native Seattle following the trial and has refused to return to Italy throughout the new process. Amanda will likely not have to serve her 28 1/2-year sentence as the United States may not grant extradition due to double jeopardy. However, either way, Amanda and Raffaele's attorneys will have 90 days to appeal the new court's decision.
Hong Kong movie star Daniel Wu is bringing martial arts back to TV in the U.S. with his upcoming series "Into the Badlands," premiering Nov. 19 on AMC. Wu, who stars on the show and is also an executive producer, shared his backstory with a panel of TV critics Friday. "I knew the action had to be kick-ass but also knew we really needed a compelling story."
the media conglom Vivendi announced Friday that Lucian Grainge agreed to a five-year contract extension as chairman and CEO of Universal Music Group until at least 2020. Grainge was named head of Universal Music Group in 2011 and has since lead the company to become the largest music company in the world following acquisitions such as EMI’s recorded-music division in 2012. Grainge has over 30 years of experience in the music biz with past positions including chairman of Universal Music UK and chairman and CEO of Universal Music Group International.
A Washington state judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit seeking photos from the death scene of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain because the journalist who wants them violated legal procedures, Seattle's attorney said. Independent journalist Richard Lee sued the city and its police department to try to force the release of the pictures taken by law-enforcement officials after Cobain killed himself in 1994, a spokesman for Seattle attorney Pete Holmes said. Lee also filed his lawsuit before the city responded to his public-records request for the images. Love wrote in her declaration that she has never seen the photos. "Releasing these photographs into the public domain would encourage more disturbed stalkers and fanatical threats," she wrote.
Three members of the family of Osama bin Laden were reportedly killed in a plane crash in England Friday. the airport said in a statement the Phenom 300 jet crashed at Blackbushe Airport in Hampshire, about 40 miles southwest of London while attempting to land,. a Hampshire police spokesman said all four aboard were killed. A bin Laden family friend told NBC News that the victims include Rajaa Hashim, stepmother of Osama bin Laden; Sana bin Laden, Osama bin Laden's half-sister; and her husband, Zuhair Hashim.
According to CBS News, The White House was briefly put on lockdown on Friday evening. The security alert came after a woman jumped over a barricade that is in front of the presidential mansion's fence. The woman, who was not identified, was arrested by Secret Service officers and the lockdown was lifted. According to CBS, a bike rack jumping happened around 7 pm and the woman was taken to the Metropolitan Police Department 2nd District.
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