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And whilst both parties protest their innocence , Thursday’s decision shows that there is real evidence against her and Sollecito, that cannot be ignored.Along with drifter Rudy Guede, Knox and her then-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were found guilty of murder after Miss Kercher’s body was discovered in a pool of blood at the flat the two women shared in Perugia. It is much harder to leave traces of DNA than is commonly conceived, and hardly any of Amanda's DNA was found in her own room - where she surely spent a lot more time than in her flatmate's. Days after the murder, a large kitchen knife was seized in Raffaele’s flat, where Meredith had never set foot.

At the second stage of testing, amplification, a sample will normally be split into two or more pieces in order to run independent tests.

But knowing that the sample was small, Stefanoni feared that cutting it in two would yield no result at all, and chose to amplify the entire sample in one unrepeatable test.

There is, however, copious evidence to consider: the DNA alone is enough to raise questions.

Leaving aside much of it, let’s focus for a moment on three key pieces of DNA evidence and present them from both sides, just as the jury may have heard them spoken of in court. The part of the victim’s bra containing the hooks had been ripped or slashed from the rest of her bra.

The verdict handed down yesterday at the new appeal trial for Amanda Knox and her former Italian boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, accused of the murder of British citizen Meredith Kercher in Italy in November 2007, may come as a surprise to those whose view of the case has been affected by an international media blitz based on the oft-repeated claim “There is no evidence”.

Many believe that Rudy Guede, convicted in October 2008 for participating in the murder, acted alone.

Knox confessed that she was in the house on the night of the murder and that she heard Miss Kercher scream, identifying a Congolese bar owner, Patrick Lumumba, as the assailant.

She told the court during the trial that the confession was made under duress but then repeated the entire account in a five page memorandum the next morning.

By the third trial, when a new attempt was made to collect DNA from the knife (which had been swabbed again during the appeal trial, though no tests were then conducted) there was no match to Meredith – a result welcomed by Knox's defence team, though it did not in fact impact on the findings of the first trial.

Stefanoni’s test – she only conducted the first - came under strong fire in the courtroom.

She claimed she spent the evening with him, smoking marijuana, watching the French film Amelie and making love.

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