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Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Raffaele Sollecito Read ´ Honor Bound 102 The world’s most controversial murder cases With startling candor Raffaele shares intimate details about his changing relationship with Amanda one that veered in a matter of days from giddy romance to grueling police interrogations Over the next four years Raffaele was the only solid alibi Amanda had for the night of the murder He came under unrelenting pressure from his own family and lawyers as much as the police and prosecution to change his testimony and stop vouching for her But he wouldn’t do it He refused to testify against her to save his own skin because he knew she would be lost forever Raffaele sifts through the wild accusations depicting him as a druggie a porn addict and. I m so intrigued by this case I have already read many articles books and news about this case I don t know what s the reality but hearing his side of story was good I get so angry by the legal system And it s just not the Italian it s everywhere I got tears in my eyes at the last page where Mr Raffaele had tears in his eyes while drinking pure water and not toilet drinking water Nice Book

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Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Raffaele Sollecito Read ´ Honor Bound 102 Reckless thrill seeker and shows how these stories were gross distortions of trivial episodes in his young life With unflinching honesty he takes readers behind the scenes of the trial of the century and inside the day to day hell of prison life Finally and poignantly Raffaele talks about his first face to face reunion with Amanda following their release Emotional disturbing and ultimately galvanizing this memoir is than a true crime story it is a riveting account of an egregious miscarriage of justice of public condemnation and personal survival Honor Bound is also at its heart a tragic love story about a young man who trusted his feelings refused to give up hope and ultimately triumphe. In 2007 Raffaele Sollecito was co accused with Amanda Knox of the murder of British student Meredith Kercher with Rudy Guede This case became huge with constant media coverage that mostly demonized Amanda and ignored Raffaele her boyfriend of one week Amanda became stereotyped as a loose drug taking liar Both were said to have murdered Meredith however it was a very weird complicated and baffling case There was so much information released and leaked to the press that I am surprised that anyone actually knew what was going on Nothing made sense In the UK we were particularly presented with constant negative coverage of the case mostly because Meredith was a British citizenThis book gives Raffaele a voice and a chance to say what actually happened It also gives insight into how both Amanda and Raffaele were treated in police stations and in court Their initial police interviews were not taped and they had no solicitors present They were grilled by multiple police officers and refused basic human rights like toilet breaks and pressurized when tired and stressed Any thing that both of them admitted to under any decent honest legal system would be inadmissible The prosecutors as well as others involved in this case seem to have made up their mind that Amanda and Raffaele were to blame even when the evidence did not support that viewpointThis book is easy to read and make sense of Behind it we see how terrible it must be to be charged with a crime in Italy Italy does not have a fair justice system and anyone charged with a crime there has my sympathies It does not even treat its own citizens well and once they have a version of events it becomes fixed as the truth There is no innocent until proven guilty thereThere was no cultural understanding given to Amanda Knox Her differences were just treated as evidence that she was a killer Raffaele is also considered guilty by association with his cannabis taking evidenced as his corruption He is just a young man rather serious and geeky He stands by Amanda when it would be easy for him to completely distance himself to get his freedom He is even pressurized by his family to cease contact with Amanda It is moving to see that they both have a strong friendship nowAnyone who is interested in the case should read this book There is always a sense with a high profile case that we can be fed the wrong story and that stereotypes and media portrayals become fixed as the truth I think it is important to decide for ourselves After reading both Amanda s and now Raffaeles s accounts I have moved from thinking they were possibly implicated in Meredith s death to feeling that they were innocent I feel desperately sorry for Meredith Kercher s family Read the books and see what you think

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Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Raffaele Sollecito Read ´ Honor Bound 102 They were accused of one of the most infamous murders of our time Targeted by the media sentenced by the courts and wrongfully imprisoned for four excruciating years for a crime neither could fathom let alone perpetrate Raffaele Sollecito and Amanda Knox were the victims in a trial so bizarre it defied all reason Now for the first time since his acuittal Raffaele reveals what really happened between him and his then girlfriend before during and after Amanda’s roommate Meredith Kercher’s brutal murderFilled with family drama wild reversals of fortune and a blow by blow account of the legal catastrophe as it unfolded this harrowing firsthand account sheds fascinating new light on one of. Sollecito delivers a first hand account of the murder investigation and trials that have been so highly sensationalized in the media The writing is nothing special understandable as English isn t his first language but he occasionally offers some elouence when recounting his experiences From his days as a student with boyish innocence falling hard for a pretty American girl to an accused criminal isolated behind bars for four years he becomes a changed man upon his eventual freedom He details every bad decision made Amanda Knox s uestionable behavior the police mishandling the evidence and crime scene and prosecutor Mignini s outrageous abuse of power He admits to his own mistakes and how he learned to navigate the frustrating logistics of the Italian judicial systemI have been anticipating hearing this story from Sollecito s perspective and I thought he did a great job with his narrative He discusses becoming a non entity in Amanda s shadow his time in prison his relationship with his family and his sympathy for the Kercher family He presents the outcome of his ordeal with relief and regret knowing he will never be the same again He acknowledges that though he and Amada will always be linked by their nightmare and will maintain respect and support for one another they will move on with their lives separately This is a fascinating book for anyone who s read the headlines and followed the story and I hope Sollecito has success and finds some modicum of peace

  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • Honor Bound
  • Raffaele Sollecito
  • English
  • 01 January 2018
  • 9781451695984