Amanda Knox: Sexually Harassed in Italian Prison! Media Darling in America - Page 2
But according to Curt Knox, Amanda became aware about how many people cared and hoped for her acquittal when she spoke at a press conference at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Curt Knox commented, "... that press conference when she came to Seattle, I think it really - it really was something that hit her hard, you know, that so many people cared."
What's in store for Amanda Knox's future? In other interviews Curt Knox has said that Amanda would like to finish her degree at some point. According to Van Sant, the father also affirmed, "She, maybe in five years, she may be, you know, an advocate for people that have been wrongfully convicted and trying to have them feel what she felt and let it be known that there is still a light at the end of the tunnel."
For now, Amanda Knox remains at home in another confinement of sorts where she cannot go out, cannot go for a slice of pizza, go for a walk in the park or meet friends for a drink. If she does, there will be a crush of "lights, camera, action," and a shovel-full of microphones smashed up by her mouth joggling for her first utterances, another form of molestation. Such is the "fun" of celebrity; such is the immersion of world-wide notoriety. Anonymity is gone with Knox's youth and innocence before Perugia, Italy.
A young women, who went to study abroad for her junior year, came back four years later, older, different, having returned from a journey no one could have predicted or imagined. And now, the media is upfront and center. What really happened? What was it like?
There are probably no words that can accurately express the emotionally laden heartbreak of what Amanda Knox went through. But she will try her best to put a face on pain, hurt and fear. And we will listen, read and watch and identify.