Returning to the video that 239 posted with the gentleman that went to interview Nara.
1) He is not a reporter. He is a private investigator who is a member of Friends of Amanda. He was one of the five main speakers at Friends of Amanda's -- The Case for Innocence which based on the video seems to be held at some kind of university in Seattle.
2) Paul Ciolino is not impartial. During the Case for Innocence presentation he tells the audience that the reason Patrick was arrested was because of the text message. He completely fails to mention that Amanda is the one who stated He did it. Patrick did it. He is a bad man. So if he lies about this we can't trust anything he says.
3) At the same event he claims that Amanda was interrogated for 19 hours. Again he has to know this is a lie but the people supporting her don't care about the truth. They know that if they say she confessed quickly people will not believe it was a false confession so they all lie about how long and horrible it was. Again credibility. out the window
4) He then tells the audience that the reason the police believe Amanda is guilty is because she ate pizza. WTF? What about all the lying and the inability to maintain a consistent alibi.
5) That video was not news but footage from 48 Hours Mystery; American Girl, Italian Nightmare
I got suspicious when I noticed the video is hosted by no other than 239's favourite propaganda site -- injusticeinperujia.
This is the link to the Case for Innocence video http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=hcGYrufLupA
It is the biggest waste of 2 hours so I don't recommend it but it is a perfect example of the crap the child soilders like 239 get fed.
Paola and Luca both made some interesting statements. They drove Amanda and Raffaele to the police station and apparently were so suspicious of Amanda's behaviour that they searched their car afraid she might have planted evidence.
Raffaele's cleaning lady Rosa Natalia Guman Femendez de Calle stated that she never used bleach at Raffaele's and that she cleaned exclusively with lysoform. She does not know if Raffaele owned bleach for his own personal use but she never used it. I find that interesting since two bottles of bleach were found among Raffaele's cleaning products. Previously I thought that was more bleach than I would expect him to own but figured whatever but now that his cleaning lady states she never uses bleach I find it more suspect.