Foxy’s bra-less court appearances could sway judges, says expert
A LEADING legal psychologist expert says Amanda Knox will be cleared of murder… and it’s all thanks to her pointy NIPPLES.
The Yank babe, 24, was convicted in 2008 of killing British student Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy, but a retrial looks likely to see her declared innocent.
And, according to Marcella Capieze, it’s all down to the fact that her excitable chapel hatpegs could well have swayed the judges.
Miss Capieze, 45, specialises in the way courtroom behaviour, appearance and tone of voice can affect the outcome of trials.
She reckons the more relaxed a defendant looks, the more likely a jury or judge is to acquit.
And being chilled out enough to have excited nips will come across as a sure sign of innocence for Amanda.
Miss Capieze, who works as a consultant for a top Naples legal firm, said: “It’s simple psychology – if you look innocent you’re more likely to be found innocent.
“Human beings react to a huge amount of stimuli when we make decisions and a lot of them we aren’t even aware of.
“Everything from tone of voice to the way a person sits, walks or even raises an eyebrow can be at least as important as the actual evidence.
“Someone waltzing into the court looking visibly excited like Amanda shows that they are relaxed – and probably innocent.”
According to experts, the former student – known as Foxy Knoxy – will be released in the next 60 days.
And even prosecutor Manuela Comodi agreed with Miss Capieze, saying: “The judge and his assistant are clearly against us. I can see her being freed.”
Knox’s defence team claim she was only convicted on flawed DNA evidence.
Leeds University student Meredith, 21, was found with her throat cut and semi-naked in the house she shared with Knox.
Knox was jailed for 25 years along with boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito who got 26 years.
The retrial is expected to reach a conclusion by the end of the month.
Marcella ( top) and Meredith