By Aspen Anderson and Mary Murphy
Washington State Journal 

Knox testifies against deceptive interrogations

Bill would stop police lying to suspects

 

Last updated 1/18/2024 at 9:01am



OLYMPIA – Amanda Knox, the Seattle resident who spent nearly four years in an Italian prison for a murder she did not commit, offered heartfelt testimony Jan. 8 in favor of a bill that would prevent law enforcement officers from using deception during interrogations.

“I was interrogated overnight by police officers who claimed to have evidence against me, who claimed that there were witnesses who could place me at the crime scene,” Knox said. “They lied to me. I did not know they could lie to me… These are people who I was raised to believe that I could trust.”

Knox was testifyi...



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