Friday, March 27, 2009 Posted by Shattered Paradigm
Knox was voted the top woman in a "person of the year" poll conducted by an Italian television channel in December, and CNN reported that there are now 11 Facebook pages dedicated to her. The media in Italy call her "Foxy Knoxy", and she has quickly become a household name throughout that nation. She has even appeared on the cover of People magazine.
86 media organizations sent 140 writers to cover the opening of her trial in January. Television programs in Italy have been routinely interrupted with updates from the trial.
So why such a big fuss?
Well, Knox and her Italian former boyfriend named Raffaele Sollecito are accused of murdering and sexually assaulting British exchange student Meredith Kercher on November 1st, 2007.
Kercher was one of Knox's roommates at the time.
The allegation is that Kercher was murdered because she would not join "a drug-fueled sex game" that Knox, Sollecito and a man named Rudy Hermann Guede were participating in.
Prosecutors believe that Sollecito held Kercher down by her wrists while Knox jabbed at her with a knife and Guede brutally sexually assaulted her.
The prosecution says that the evidence includes DNA traces of Knox and Kercher on a kitchen knife belonging to Sollecito that is believed to be the murder weapon, DNA traces from Sollecito on her bra strap, and a handprint from Guede on Kercher’s bloody pillow.
While all of this is shocking enough, what most American media outlets fail to mention is that it is being alleged that Amanda Knox stabbed Meredith Kercher to death as part of a Satanic ritual.
Prosecutors claim that comic books found in Sollecito's apartment portray graphic tales of killing female vampires on Halloween night, and that many of the details in the comic books were strikingly similar to the murder scene that was discovered by the police.
In fact, Meredith Kercher had gone to several Halloween parties dressed as a vampire just the night before.
Nobody knows for sure to what degree Satanism was involved in this murder, and the defendants are not admitting any involvement with the occult.
But what is known is that Italy has become a raging hotbed for Satanism. The Vatican's chief exorcist, Father Gabriele Amorth, says that there are now more than 8,000 Satanic cults actively operating in Italy alone, and that approximately 700,000 Italians are involved in them.
Last month alone police investigated four Satanic ritual break-ins in Perugia, including one ritual break-in at the sealed murder scene of Meredith Kercher.
But whether the Kercher slaying was a Satanic ritual murder or if it was just a twisted sex crime, the reality is that these types of incidents are on the rise all around the world. This is what happens when society rejects God and becomes more dark and more evil. The forces of evil are on the march all around the globe, and the only way to overcome them is to turn to the Lord God.