Leave it to the pompous ogre in this fractured grim fairy tale of the "Pot Calling the Kettle Black" to show his true colors: Mad Man Mignini accused Amanda Knox of trying to pin all the blame for the murder of Miss Kercher on "the poor black guy" Rudy Guede, who has already been convicted of Miss Kercher's killing and was sentenced to 30 years in prison.
"You wanted to make a pact of steel and blame it all on the black guy," he said.
(So she's a rascist? Apparently the jury was not swayed by the attempts to smear Amanda Knox as a witch and a Nazi.)
"The poor black guy will pay for everyone."
The poor black guy. You mean the "poor black guy" who you convicted of the rape and murder? That guy?
"No Motive? Then they must be guilty."
Another prosecutor, Manuela Comodi, said: "[Knox and Sollecito] were young but they killed for no reason," said prosecutor . "They killed for no reason and for this they should be given the maximum sentence, which luckily in Italy is not the death sentence."
No doubt this witch has been watching our witch:
Will Amanda and her boyfriend live happily ever after or will this grim fractured fairy tale know no end?
Why do the Italians in this Twin Peaks need a boogeyman?
Is Amanda just another scapegoat for their sins?
I'm not ready to indict all Italians for the actions of one mad man or call them Nazis or even bewitched, but a little introspection may be in order into their collective soul. Then they may discover the "black guy" who inspired them to join the Nazis, kill the Jews, and burn the "witches." That "black guy" will make everyone pay.