Have you met my friend?

18Jun10

Her name is Amanda Knox. She is beautiful and wonderful, and I got to visit her twice during my stay in Perugia.

I can’t truthfully say that we were close friends, at best we were very well acquainted – seeing each other only occasionally and usually amongst a few other friends. But the closeness of our relationship didn’t seem to matter. I’ve never been to a prison before and I was nervous about going and seeing her, I was afraid I might be too emotional when I feel like I should be strong and I was afraid I might not be something she needed. I found out that it didn’t matter. My biggest fear of all was that perhaps all the wonderful things I remembered about her might have been diminished by the challenges that have been continually facing her for the past few years. I was happy and overwhelmed to see the same smiling face and vivacious spirit I remember walk through the door and give me a hug.

At times I wonder how her family fights the battles every day. For one, they have to. They know, as I do, that she is innocent, and they do what they must until she comes safely home. But the other reason, is Amanda herself. So much has happened to her, but still she smiles, she laughs, she is infectiously spectacular in every way I remember, and most importantly of all, she has hope. She believes that the truth will bring her justice and when you’re near her, it is impossible not to feel it too. Her family, friends, and supporters keep fighting, keep pushing every day, because she does.

I remember the day her verdict was announced, and I remember feeling a pain so unexpected and so deep in my chest. Since then I’ve thought of her almost every day, hoping she is alright, hoping she finds something good in every day, and now I know that she does. I have failed so many times trying to find the words to describe her. When the topic of the publicity of her case came up and the many things said and written about her, she explained very plainly that those things were not of terrible significance to her, she simply said, I know who I am. If you imagine a person going through the surreal situations she has been living, I expect you might picture something different than who she is. I can’t imagine that it’s easy to remain so gracefully accepting and self-assured, yet she does it.

I worry at times that somewhere in the middle of the amount of publicity and near celebrity of her case, that the publicity itself might become something separate. That perhaps her case has become an open opportunity to be a part of a movement or a greater statement about justice. While I feel fairly sure that the case is and will be of historical and judicial significance for quite some time, and that she deserves all the support of friends and strangers alike, I hope that when you read this you think not about the social and historical implications of the case, but about the fantastic, intelligent, caring woman waiting for freedom. She is someone worth knowing, worth loving, worth everything you might give, because she would gladly give it all back to you and then some. Her name is Amanda Knox and it is a pleasure to know her and I am glad to call her a friend.

Free Amanda and Raffaele.

Stacey Miyahara



38 Responses to “Have you met my friend?”

  1. Hi Stacey, we crossed paths briefly in Perugia. This is a beautiful tribute to Amanda. The people in charge of criminal justice in Italy need to know that she and Raffaele have a growing army of supporters who know they are innocent, and who will never shut up or go away until the day they are free.

    Happy travels!

  2. 2 Michael Becker

    Thanks for a beautiful and moving personal account of your friend. There are many of us who are doing what we can to spread the word in the hopes that the wider the truth is shared the sooner this wrongful interruption of her normal life will be set aside and Amanda will be back with family and friends.

  3. Stacey, thank you for this. I often think back to the moment in time when the verdict was read and how I felt. I have never met Amanda or her family. I cannot even begin to imagine how they must have felt at that moment. Amanda is fortunate to have friends like yourself that care deeply about her. Jim is correct when he says the growing army of people who support Amanda and Raffaele will never shut up or go away until the day they are free.

  4. Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito were unanimously found guilty of the murder of Meredith Kercher because the evidence against them was overwhelming.

    They repeatedly told the police a pack of lies in the days after Meredith’s murder.

    On 5 November 2007, Knox and Sollecito were confronted with proof that they had lied and were given another opportunity to tell the truth. However, they both chose to tell the police even more lies.

    Sollecito’s new alibi was shattered by computer forensic evidence and his mobile phone records.

    Knox accused an innocent man, Diya Lumumba, of murdering Meredith despite knowing full well that he was completely innocent. She didn’t recant her false and malicious allegation against Lumumba the whole time he was in prison. She admitted that it was her fault that Lumumba was in prison in an intercepted conversation with her mother.

    Knox’s account of what happened on 2 November 2007 is contradicted by her mobile phone records.

    Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito both gave multiple conflicting alibis. Neither Knox nor Sollecito have credible alibis for the night of the murder despite three attempt each. At the trial, Sollecito refused to corroborate Knox’s alibi that she was at his apartment.

    Rudy Guede’s bloody footprints led straight out of Meredith’s room and out of the house. He didn’t lock Meredith’s door, remove his trainers, go into Filomena’s room or the bathroom that Meredith and Knox shared.

    He didn’t scale the vertical wall outside Filomena’s room or gain access through the window. The break-in was clearly staged. This indicates that somebody who lived at the cottage was trying to deflect attention away from themselves and give the impression that a stranger had broken in and killed Meredith.

    Guede had no reason to stage the break-in and there was no physical evidence that he went into Filomena’s room.

    The scientific police found a mixture of Amanda Knox’s DNA and Meredith’s blood on the floor.

    There was no physical evidence that Rudy Guede went into the blood-spattered bathroom. However, the scientific police found irrefutable proof that Knox and Sollecito tracked Meredith’s blood into this bathroom.

    Amanda Knox’s DNA was found mingled with Meredith’s blood in three different places in the bathroom: on the ledge of the basin, on the bidet, and on a box of Q Tips cotton swabs. Knox’s DNA and Meredith’s blood had united into one single streak on the basin and bidet which means they were deposited simultaneously.

    Sollecito left a visible bloody footprint on the blue bathmat.

    According to two imprint experts, the woman’s bloody shoeprint on the pillow under Meredith’s body matched Knox’s foot size. The bloody shoeprint was incompatible with Meredith’s shoe size.

    Knox’s and Sollecito’s bare bloody footprints were revealed by luminol in the hallway. Knox’s DNA and Meredith’s DNA was found mixed together in one of the bloody footprints.

    An abundant amount of Raffaele Sollecito’s DNA was found on Meredith’s bra clasp. Sollecito must have applied considerable pressure to the clasp in order to have left so much DNA. The hooks on the clasp were damaged which confirms that Sollecito had gripped them tightly.

    Amanda Knox’s DNA was found on the handle of the double DNA knife and a number of independent forensic experts – Dr. Patrizia Stefanoni, Dr. Renato Biondo and Professor Francesca Torricelli – categorically stated that Meredith’s DNA was on the blade.

    Sollecito knew that Meredith’s DNA was on the blade which is why he twice lied about accidentally pricking her hand whilst cooking.

    The defence experts were unable to prove that there had been any contamination. Alberto Intini, head of the Italian police forensic science unit, pointed out that unless contamination has been proved, it does not exist.

    Amanda Knox voluntarily admitted that she involved in Meredith’s murder in her handwritten note to the police on 6 November 2007. She stated on at least four separate occasions that she was at the cottage when Meredith was killed. She also claimed that Sollecito was at the cottage.

    • Thank you, I am very familiar with the publicized evidence and events regarding the case. I am not in a position to legitimately refute the information you have pasted here, however there are many who can. Thanks for your contribution.

  5. Amanda: “I did not kill Meredith.”
    Raffaele: “Amanda did not kill Meredith, I did not kill Meredith, Amanda was with me.”

    More in:

    http://freeamanda.livejournal.com

    http://twitter.com/FreeAmandaKnox

  6. 7 JCW

    Reading this post, you almost forget about the real victim, poor Meredith. Who will speak for her? She can’t hire PR teams or send her family to do Oprah or Larry King Live.

    • I hope you can note that the intention of this is not to direct attention away from Meredith, but simply an account of seeing my friend. I am sure that Meredith’s family and friends continue to mourn her and perhaps continue to believe that Amanda was her killer, a fact proven by the existence of a well-maintained blog and more sporadically maintained facebook group. A prosecutor spoke for Meredith, the members of and contributors to the blog and facebook group continue to speak for her, I would assume her family and friends verbally speak for her, as well as you, yourself trying to speak for her now. Don’t disrespect the efforts of those who do speak on Meredith’s behalf by only concerning yourself with creating negativity toward posts about Amanda. There are other ways to honor Meredith’s memory.

      Thanks for adding your thoughts, I appreciate the comments that try to engage in conversation rather than the nasty one-liners.

    • 9 Antony

      Yes, Meredith Kercher was the first, but not the only victim of this tragedy. She and her family have been betrayed by the Perugia police and prosecutors just as surely, but in a different way, as Amanda and Raffaele. But for their arrogance and incompetence, the case would be done and dusted and the Kercher family would have been spared the pain and doubts of having the judgement reversed.

      This travesty is not going to go away. The truth has a habit of coming out in cases like these, and the sooner it does, the sooner the Kercher family can start to come to terms with their devastating loss. Nothing will be gained for them by destroying the lives of two more young innocent people.

  7. 10 Mark

    It must hurt to find out your friend is a murderer, and quite a sadistic one at that. By the time she walks out of prison in a few decades I suspect you’ll feel quite different.

    • I believe it would hurt to find out your friend was a murderer. Mine, however, is not, and when I see her at home in less than a few decades I will feel the same respect for her and belief in her innocence as I do now.

    • 12 Antony

      Just as much, it must hurt to find out that the police and courts are not as trustworthy as we need them to be. That is why, I believe, there remain people trying to cling to the idea that the trial was just when there was absolutely nothing about it that made sense.

      I have never met Amanda, nor would I ever have heard of her were it not for this appalling case. It would not have hurt me personally, when reading about this, to find that someone like her was a killer, were that to be true. It didn’t take long though for me to see the signs of a miscarriage of justice, starting with the ease with which the police selected their target.

      What hurts me is the knowledge that yet again the powers of a state have been brought against a defenceless person for no reason, and that there are people discussing this who would rather take the side of the powerful than actually look at the facts of the case.

  8. Stacy, that was lovely. Everyone around Amanda is so lovely, a reflection of herself. She will be free again. It is only a question of when.

  9. 14 Dennis Rinker

    Stacy,
    Beside us in our seeking after pleasure
    Through all our restless striving after fame
    There walketh one whom no man likes to name
    Silent he follows, veiled of form and feature
    Indifferent if we sorrow or rejoice
    Yet that day comes when every living creature
    Must look upon his face and hear his voice

    When that day comes to you and Death unmasking
    Shall bar your path and say, “Behold the end”

    What are the questions that he will be asking
    About your past? Have you considered friend?
    I think He will not chide you for your sinning
    Nor for your creeds or dogmas will he care;
    He will but ask, “From your life’s first beginning
    How many burdens have you helped to bare?
    Ella Wheeler Wilcox, “Custer and other Poems,” 1896

    Thanks Stacey for going there, and standing tall, God Bless You!

  10. 15 kitt waters

    Thank you for sharing this beautiful and moving account of your friend, Amanda. We know she is innocent and should be home with her family and friends. Praying to God that the guilty verdict is overturned on Appeal, Amanda and Raffaele free and exonerated of this terrible crime. FREE AMANDA AND RAFFAELE!

  11. 16 Carrie

    Stacey, this is a lovely piece. For many of us who do not know Amanda personally but nonetheless believe in her innocence 100%, it is wonderful to hear that she has such friends and is remaining strong through this awful situation. All the best to you.

  12. 17 Nigel Scott

    Thank you Stacey for your news and your support for Amanda. It is good to know that she is still positive and optimistic after having such a terrible time in Perugia.

    The fact that Amanda and Raffaeli are innocent does not disrespect the tragedy of Meredith’s awful murder and it is sad to see trolls like Harry Rag wasting their time repeating lies wherever they can. Even a brief study of Bruce Fisher’s site ‘InjusticeinPerugia’ should convince any remaining guilters that Amanda and Rafaelli are innocent.

    Two wrongs do not make a right. The trial of Amanda Knox will go down in history as one of the most bizarre miscarriages of justice of all time. Fortunately she has many friends and supporters. We will not give up until she and Rafaelli are free.

  13. 18 Beau Bloomer

    First I wanna tell Stacey how Great that letter was. I have never met Amanda, but after doing true research I would do anything to be close to this girl. She seems such an Amazing person. Besides you can tell she was brought by a great family. You people that just read media and don’t believe the true facts. Well first Rudy left Amanda told her mom and family she wants to help the police. Then she was interrogated for over 41 hours and she said er and Raffaele spent the night at his house. Second wile being interrogated for that one day for 14 hours. She had not gotten any sleep that night she was denied food. Then they mentally and phisically abbused her. Remember this girl has never been in any trouble. She has been in Italy for only 2 months and is just learning that language. I forgot something a very important part. They ask her for her phone she gives to them, and they find a message that she sent to Patrick. Now Patrick sent her a message not to come in, and what she sent back ok ok see you later. Which means here in the US goodbye. So after that the interagators I believe became abusive telling her met with Patrick we know you did. That is when she became terrified and they said you are going to be in prison for 30 years and will never see your family. This is when she says to imagine and she says Patrick was imagined she kis NOT saying he did it. Well after that they took all 3 of them in. The next day she wrote to the police saying those imaginations don’t seem real to me. So just to let the guilters know the truth. If you wanna find even more true research go to injusticeinperugia.org Meredith deserves true justice for her case putting two INNOCENT people in prison is NOT justice. Plus Amanda has her whole life and Raff. We are Not ever going to let them stay. Her family, friends, and people that have not met Amanda, but have gotten to know her through this knows she is INNOCENT and we are never going to give up till they are FREE! Stay strong Amanda and Raff

  14. 19 Paul Smyth

    This was a very lovely piece of writing Stacey. I am sure I speak for many of Amanda’s supporters when I say that I find your grace and Amanda’s strength. Ten years from now it will be widely conceded that Amanda was innocent. The big question people will be asking themselves is why it was hard for some people to see it at first. But the fact is that the prosecutor’s case–every single bit of it–has at this point been blown out of the water.

    Paul Smyth

    • 20 Antony

      Hopefully, it won’t take 10 years – if this autumn’s appeal is fairly heard, they will both be released, albeit 3 years too late.

      Let’s not forget, though, just how commonplace this is. Someone earlier called it “bizarre” but, true though that might be for some of the details, the overall pattern is all too familiar. A local police force are faced with a case for which they are completely unprepared and out of their depth. Rather than start a proper investigation, they “solve” the case the easy way: by arresting the first person they come across and fabricating a case around a made-up scenario. It happens all the time, and not especially in Italy any more than in other countries.

      Typically, it’s not as clumsily done as here; and the scapegoat isn’t as appealing a figure as Amanda Knox. That’s when it can be years before anybody even takes any notice, and the road to justice is considerably longer than I suspect it will be in the Meredith Kercher case.

  15. 21 Heather Hales

    Stacey, Thank you for your wonderful words about Amanda! I do not know her but have studied this case and am 100% certain of her innocence. It is uplifting to hear of her courage and hope during this incomprehensible interruption in her life! It helps a bit to know that she is strong enough to come out of this unscathed, at least in the sense that she has held on to her spirit and has been able to not be affected by the unfathomable cruelness of the press and others who persecute her with such vile determination! I also commend you for your patient, courteous responses to usual suspects posting negativity here. I think about Amanda, Raffaele and their loved ones everyday and will do everything I can to support them until the truth sets them free!!!

  16. 22 michael j butler

    Hi Stacey, I have never met Amanda, but she sounds like someone I would like to meet. I hope one day I could meet her and I look forward to the day Amanda and Rafaele are set free from there prisons and returned to there family’s where they belong. And don’t worry about what Harry Rag said, he is full of it and simply refuse to see the truth in front of him. What you wrote was a wonderful thing about Amanda and I am sure she would be grateful that you are doing this for her. Stay strong for her and keep supporting her, and for Amanda is in my thoughts and in my prayers.

  17. 23 Michael Scadron

    Thanks Stacy, I’ve never met Amanda or her family, and I must confess, I’m a bit jealous of those of you who have. I grew committed to the Free Amanda cause after reading about the case following the verdict last December. Amanda’s youthfulness, courage and innocence shine through in her letters, portions of which are sometimes posted on the Free Amanda website. I find it hard to grasp that this is happening to her of all people. It seems as cruel and reckless as it is senseless. I send messages to her every week through the social worker who runs that website. I cherish the note I received from Amanda after I sent her some books last January. Smiley faces and all. (That was before I knew that you shouldn’t send packages to the prison but somehow she got that one). The email messages are easiest and I know she reads those. She’s weaseled her way into my heart and claws at it every day. Your account of your visit has me thinking about a pilgrimage to Casa Circondariale Capanne to see her, if she’d have me. Maybe you could share what sort of planning and coordination went into your trip? Thanks again, what a wonderful tribute. — Michael

  18. 24 Joseph Bishop

    What a beautiful essay Stacey. Thank you. And a particularly beautiful title. As I’m sure you know there is a committed group of people who believe in Amanda’s innocence and will not rest until she and Raffaele are freed and exonerated. Each of us has our own unique reasons for taking an interest in this saga. For me it is very special to see college kids enjoy their college years. So many times I have been to Madison’s Facebook page where all of Amanda’s college friends posted pictures of themselves with something saying Free AK and RS. Half of them couldn’t spell Raf’s name right (just like me before the age of spell checkers) but I love them anyway. I hope that your visit has helped Amanda stay strong. I do not understand how this has happened to Amanda but we will be with her for as long as it takes. Thanks so much for your beautiful words Stacey.

  19. 25 Rick Bonin

    Stacey, thank you for writing this beautiful tribute to your friend. It gives those of us who support her without ever having met her a better understand as to why we do so. You handle the few detractors comments very well, and I am noticing fewer and fewer of them these days. Hang on, Amanda will be home soon. I hope to meet her some day.

  20. 26 64thommy

    Hy Stacey,
    All honest people throughout the world know, that Amanda and Raffaele are innocent.
    Harry Rag tells the same lies these you can read at the website True Justice of Meredith Kercher.
    The evidence is overwhelming!?
    He began with: Amanda accused an innocent men. But he forgot to mention the circumstances. Amanda alone against 12 detective. All night long, a lawyer denied, no record of the interrogation. Why there are 12 detectives in a little police station in the night? They had only one target: To break Amanda. And after a few hours she told what the police wont to hear.
    Why Lumumba? 1. The police found a hair from a Black in the hand of Meredith. 2. Amanda wrote a SMS with (in short) “see you later” toLumumba and did show this SMS to the detectives. Then the police suggested to her she was there with Lumumba and after a while under pressure she said it. You think it is not possible. Ask the experts.
    She didn’t recant her false allegation against Lumumba. The next lie.
    In the following morning she wrote voluntary a letter in that she wrote: I’m very doubtful about the verify of my statement last night, because it was made under pressure,… you can read the full letter by Friends of Amanda. Note: Friends of Amanda, not True Justice of Meredith Kercher, on this site is this importend letter not present. Why not? True justice without an important piece of evidence?
    I ask every honest people: In which country, based on law, is it possible to arrest a person due to a doubtful statement? Except Iran only Italy.
    The following Friday decided judge Claudia Matteini to hold Lumumba in prison.
    Lumumba was a victim of the Italian way: Guilty until you prove your innocent. And Amanda was convicted for that. It’s unbelievable.

    Rag: The break-in was clearly staged. This indicates that somebody who lived at the cottage was trying to deflect attention away from themselves and give the impression that a stranger had broken in and killed Meredith. Why please? The door lock was out of order. That did only know the inmates. Amanda must not staged the break-in, the break-in was reality a few days before. But that didn’t know a stranger, like Rudy.

    Her DNA mixt with Merediths blood. That is normal, she lived there.

    Raffaele didn’t left a visible bloody footprint on the bathmat. And the bloody shoeprint from Amanda on the pillow not even the judge Massei believe.

    Rag: An abundant amount of Raffaele Sollecito’s DNA was found on Meredith’s bra clasp. Sollecito must have applied considerable pressure to the clasp
    The DNA was found on the cloth of the bra clasp. Right there the piece of clasp was cutted. You can’t cut and hold the same position. The DNA was contamination by the police with their contaminated gloves or during the moving in the following 47 days.

    Rag: Amanda Knox voluntarily admitted that she involved in Meredith’s murder in her handwritten note to the police on 6 November 2007.
    She voluntarily admitted that she was very doubtful about that.
    Lies and fairy tales from an Italian court. It is unbelievable.

  21. Let me add mine to the chorus of voices here thanking you for this wonderful tribute.

    Rest assured that although I’ve written about Amanda’s case specifically as a lesson in rationality (i.e. the art of thinking correctly), it was indeed the enormous personal sympathy I felt toward Amanda herself — the fact that she seems like such a lovely person — that induced me to devote as much thought to it as I did.

    Someday, if I have the opportunity, I would like to meet not only Amanda but also her family and friends — folks like yourself, whose steadfast loyalty is as inspiring as Amanda’s enduring optimism.

  22. 28 Shirley Anne

    I pay tribute to you Stacy for this very beautiful and moving account of your visit and friendship with Amanda. Thank you for sharing it with us – so kind. Amanda seems like a such a lovely young woman and I would love to meet her one day. I truly hope this innocent young woman is home soon. Same for Raffaelex

  23. 29 Michael

    Well said, Shirley. Having friends like Stacy tells us much about Amanda’s true character. The Appeals Court will see this, and the injustice will end.

    Stacey, Amanda will be receiving many birthday cards from those who know the truth. In Nov. this ordeal will be over, and Amanda will be greeting you with a hug in Seattle.

  24. 30 janice

    Your dignity and strength come through in your piece and also in your reply to the comments here, Stacey.

    Rag, you don’t seem to understand–just to take one aspect of your attacks–that implicating oneself and others and/or confessing during police interrogations is widespread. Many perfectly innocent people have outright confessed to murder under the pressures of police interrogation. Are you bothered at all that the tape of Amanda’s is “lost”? Doesn’t that indicate anything to you? No, nothing??

    Secondly, you have obviously not studied the degree to which accused persons are often the targets of vicious, unconscious rage on the part of society. In particular, attractive women accused of crimes are made into scapegoats for all the misogynistic neuroses and psychoses of the public. Check out the psychological research. Learn something.

    I hope that when Amanda and Raffaele are exonerated, you will not feel unbearable despair and guilt over your current behavior.

  25. Hi Stacey,

    The truth isn’t whatever we want it to be. You’ll realise that when you read the judges’ sentencing report. It will be published in English this week. You will be able to download it from PMF and TJMK.

    • For those who haven’t read the original Italian version of this brilliancy, here’s a sneak preview. From pp.77-78 of the original (translation mine):

      “The awakening at 10:00-10:30 am also appears rather implausible when one considers that, as reported by Laura Mezzetti, Amanda was an early riser, and should perhaps have been all the more such on that 2nd of November, with the planned trip to Gubbio; and the phone call of 9:30 am from Raffaele’s father appears significant in this regard, as it indicates his father’s familiarity with his son’s habits, the latter being such that his son should already have been awake, even if he was with a girl — this was known to Raffaele’s father, as revealed by his own statements cited above. If, however, he was still in bed, something different, something which would have altered the normal course of events and the predictability of the latter, must therefore have happened. ”

      To quote Richard Dawkins (in another context): “If you’re convinced by that kind of thing, you’re welcome.”

  26. 33 Michael J Butler

    Hi Stacey, still love write up on Amanda, have faith, the truth will set her free. Rag, would you please do all of us a favor and get over yourself and take your negativity elsewhere, because it does NOT belong here! If anything else, open your eyes and see the truth that is right in front of you, and that is Amanda is clearly innocent of any wrong doing. Stay strong and have faith Stacey, Amanda is in my thoughts and in my prayers.

  27. Hi Stacey,

    The English translation of Judge Massei’s sentencing report can be downloaded from here:

    http://www.perugiamurderfile.org/viewtopic.php?p=53735#p53735

  28. 35 Michael

    The report clearly demonstrates how something can come from nothing.

    One of the most unfortunate aspects of this case (or any) is that random and meaningless events or occurrences can be given meaning. This is the basis of conspiracy theories.

    Interpretations are fabricated to place these meaningless and random events in a context they don’t belong. Once this is done, it creates a false reality which uncritical and weak minds readily believe.

    This characterizes the entire report – smoke and mirrors.

  29. 36 Donald Park

    Stacy, Amanda is fortunate to have such a true friend. You have provided insight into the heart of an innocent young woman who is bearing up under an enormous injustice. When I think of her plight and think of my daughter just a few years old er than Amanda and my sons’ lovely girlfriends I get mad and frustrated at the same time – I could chew nails I swear! Your grace in response to the lies of the Ragster reveals your outstanding character. God bless you. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of Amanda and Raffaele and hope and pray that their nightmare will end soon (tomorrow would not be soon enough). Free Amanda & Raffaele!!

  30. 37 Michael J Butler

    Hi Stacey, I’m sure you already know Amanda’s appeal’s starts on on wednesday. I will be following the case as I have been doing. It is my and prayer that she will be home in time for Christmas. Until then you stay strong for her and as always I will keep Amanda and Raffele in my thoughts and in my prayers.


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