This website has been created to set the record straight about a deceptive Wikipedia style website that egregiously misrepresents the facts about the Meredith Kercher murder case in a blatant attempt to smear Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito. The site was designed by an anonymous anti-Amanda Knox blogger using the alias “Edward McCall”. The misleading pro-guilt website can be found at “themurderofmeredithkercher.com.”
Our organization operates injusticeinperugia.org, a website that advocates for Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito. Unlike the pro-guilt wiki, our advocacy is clear as soon as you open the homepage to our website. The pro-guilt group’s use of the Wikipedia format completely masks the true intentions of the website. The group operating the pro-guilt wiki openly advocates against Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito on 3 different cult-like hate sites, while making absolutely no mention of it on their wiki project. The pro-guilt wiki has been tweeted thousands of times to media outlets all around the world, as if it is a credible source.
Please visit Injustice in Perugia to read the facts of this case
Meredith Kercher was murdered by Rudy Guede in Perugia Italy, November 1st, 2007. Meredith was a beautiful young woman who had her life stolen from her in an act of pure evil. Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito had absolutely nothing to do with her murder. They are both innocent.
- On December 4, 2009, Amanda Knox & Raffaele Sollecito were wrongfully convicted for the murder of Meredith Kercher.
- On October 3, 2011, Amanda and Raffaele were declared innocent on appeal and were released from prison.
- On March 26, 2013, the Italian Supreme Court overturned the acquittals of Amanda and Raffaele and ordered a new trial.
- On January 30, 2014, the appeals court in Florence reinstated the guilty verdicts for Amanda and Raffaele. The court now has ninety days to release a motivation document explaining their ruling.
- An appeal of the guilty verdicts will then be heard by the Italian Supreme Court.
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The Truth About the Pro-Guilt Wiki
The pro-guilt wiki utilizes the same template as Wikipedia.com, a freeware template offered by MediaWiki. This format gives casual readers a sense of security, as most have no idea that the template is available for all to use. The case article on the actual Wikipedia site was hijacked very early on by a small group of biased agenda editors who wrote and imposed a one sided article for years by skilful abuse and manipulation of the editing rules. Wikipedia founder, Jimbo Wales, finally stepped in and commented that there was a systematic exclusion of reliable sources and asked for the article to be rewritten.  For his efforts, he was lambasted, mocked and ridiculed by the small but noisy Amanda Knox hate group. After the article was restored and the editors removed the new fake wiki was created in an attempt to deceive the public and journalists.
The pro-guilt wiki neglects to inform readers that its authors are regular contributors on Perugia Murder File (PMF), an anti-Amanda Knox hate site. PMF has now split (.org and .net) because the original leaders could not get along. The activities of the anti-Knox hate group have been well documented. Author Nina Burleigh reported on the group in an article entitled: “The Amanda Knox Haters Society: How They Learned to Hate Me Too.” Author Douglas Preston wrote about the group in his recent Amazon Single “Trial By Fury: Internet Savagery and the Amanda Knox Case.” And Bruce Fischer wrote about the group in his book “Finding Justice in Perugia.” You can read the complete chapter here.
The hatred for Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito can be seen every day coming from the pro-guilt group. It doesn’t get any clearer than a recent post made by a PMF member after visiting Amanda’s new website amandaknox.com, the poster wrote:
“Okay, I looked at the “in memory” page. There are no words for the disgust I feel for the waste of flesh that is KNOX. GO TO YOUR OWN CIRCLE OF HELL, BITCH. I hate KNOX. I don’t hate many people, but for her, I make an exception for.”
The head administrator of the pro-guilt wiki makes his feelings for Amanda Knox, her friends, and her supporters, very clear while posting on both PMF websites. Here he voices his opinion about Knox while mocking her best friend in this excerpt:
“Knox is an oblivious narcissist so she has and always will have trouble making friends. Look at Knox’s best friend and you have a human troll.”
The pro-guilt wiki leader goes on to give his analysis of Amanda Knox’s supporters:
“For the most part they are just mentally ill. Knox supporters are broken down into two categories. The first and smaller category are people who think they can somehow benefit from this. The second category are people with serious mental issues.”
He goes on to conclude that a majority of Amanda Knox supporters are crazy stupid racist homophobes:
“I will say that unlike the Groupies (Knox supporters) you won’t find anything I have posted that is damaging because unlike the majority of the Groupies I’m not a racist or homophobe. I’m also not crazy or stupid.”
The pro-guilt wiki is highly disingenuous with its readers by only presenting an extreme view of the prosecution’s case, with no acknowledgment of that fact. In fact, “Edward McCall” goes even further writing things not even the prosecution allege. For example, Amanda & Raffaele returned to the cottage, undressed Meredith and staged Rudy Guede’s sexual assault. The primary listed sources are the Massei report and TrueJustice.org (TJMK), a tabloid style conspiracy theory blog run by Peter Quennell. Before calling Amanda Knox supporters crazy, the administrator should probably take a closer look at his top editor, Ergon. Ergon’s real name is Naseer Ahmad. When not moderating his hate forum (PMF.net) and editing the pro-guilt wiki, he spends his time leading his disciples on his blog, “Man from Atlan.” You see, Naseer believes he is God. In fact, he boldly proclaims himself to be “the Messiah Jesus Christ.” You can read more about Ergon here.
Judge Giancarlo Massei presided over the first trial, which led to the wrongful conviction of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito. Judge Claudio Pratillo Hellmann looked at the same evidence on appeal and came to different conclusions. If the pro-guilt wiki was an objective source, it would detail the Hellmann report in the same fashion as Massei, translate defense witness testimony instead of offering fabricated summaries and provide the English translation of the Conti-Vecchiotti report. The wiki misrepresents, distorts and twists the evidence, what witnesses really said and provides deceptive translations of documents.
Oddly, despite their own behavior, the pro-guilt group often accuses Injustice in Perugia (IIP) of hiding information. The truth is that IIP has provided the primary sources, that they claim are hidden, on our discussion forum for years. As mentioned above, we also operate “injusticeinperugia.org,” the most comprehensive website detailing the case, providing case files, high resolution photographs, crime scene video, and expert analysis. If the pro-guilt wiki wanted to be honest, they would state the transcripts and high resolution crime scene photographs they have cataloged on various websites have been provided by the side of innocence.
This website will dissect the lies put forth by the pro-guilt wiki while providing the actual truth about the case. This website is a work in progress. We will continue to monitor the pro-guilt wiki and will add content here as necessary.