reasonable doubt is what you have if you read the so called "confession". It is no confession. injusticeinperugia.com has info on coerced confessions. And that wasn't the correct knife. It didn't have Meredith's blood on it, it had Amanda's DNA from cooking with it and the DNA of starch. She also had no motive. If someone knows someone who has had a crime (in this case a horrific crime) against them it does not make them guilty. That is not logical. Do you believe in innocence until proven guilty?