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The Truth About True Crime with Amanda Knox

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SundanceTV: TV & Film Society & Culture True Crime

Amanda Knox Documentary Podcast

Vigilantes. They’re our heroes, our dark reflection, our cultural obsession. This season, Amanda Knox explores multiple stories of vigilante justice, starting with the still-unsolved murder of a small town’s tormentor — the story at the heart of the SundanceTV docu-series No One Saw a Thing. From murderous gang hunters and vengeful fathers to real-life avengers and internet cat-fishers, join Knox as she examines justice outside of the law. The views, information or opinions expressed during this podcast are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of AMC Networks and its employees.

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Vigilante Justice: Victim-Turned-Vigilante

From the women of the pink-garbed, stick-wielding Gulabi Gang of Uttar Pradesh, India, to the LGBTQ sawed-off pool cue-swinging Lavender Panthers in San Francisco, to a secret group of Holocaust survivors bent on poisoning 6 million Germans, a nation for a nation, join Amanda Knox as she explores bizarre examples of what can happen when society’s tyrannized rise up and take matters into their own hands.

 

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  1. http404

    Yeah that’s Sundance’s booboo there… but very intriguing that Amanda Knox is doing these podcasts. As someone who was wrongly accused and convicted of a murder she didn’t commit, I am betting she has a vested interest against vigilante justice when facts reported by the courts and in the news are not, in actuality, facts.

  2. NoName

    Superb writing and research. I’m so glad she found a way to put the pieces of her life back together in an exceptional way.

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