Amanda Knox: Diane Sawyer Returns to Crime Scene

In an ABC News exclusive, Knox talks about the evidence presented against her at the murder trial.
2:27 | 05/01/13

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Transcript for Amanda Knox: Diane Sawyer Returns to Crime Scene
One day after the release of her book waiting to be heard. Amanda Knox has captivated the world's attention once again and left us to wonder who killed Meredith curvature tonight we're gonna reexamine the crime scene. Where Knox is study abroad roommate was murdered -- -- That offers no DNA ties to Amanda Knox but is still the source of a lingering and painful prosecution. ABC's Diane -- Did you kill -- -- -- now. -- you there that night you know. Do you know anything you have not told police. Anything now. I don't. I wasn't there. I travel to -- rouge to the house where they all once lived. Now inhabited by Bangladeshi immigrants who showed me the tiny room of the murder. In the bedroom of the merger that bloody shoe print -- hand print. The DNA. All belong to a man with the no criminal record Rudy today they have so that you clean the rooms some -- you clean the premises. -- -- DN. And left -- Well. That's impossible. It's impossible to see DNA. Much less identify a whose DNA at it is a female officer. Later testified that Amanda Knox is doing cartwheels in the waiting area she says she was just stretching after a long way -- -- never get a cart -- I did did the splits but you can see. That this does not look like -- does not read as great. I think everyone's reaction to something horrible is different who say you spent. 14100. Nights in prison. For a crime you did not commit. Spent a long time in prison I had to grow up in prison for something that I did not do. Ten years from now paint a portrait of your life for me. -- I hope this legal battle will be over. I. Really hope I'll have started a family by then and this as a distant memory that's part of who I am. But I would like. To have a day where I've not struggling and having this -- myself against these same people who are persecuting me. That I'm looking forward to it.

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