The Italian government must pay the American Amanda Knox, who was finally acquitted in 2015 of manslaughter on her British co-hirer in 2007 in Perugia, with compensation of € 18,000 for the violation of her defence rights. That was the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Thursday.
It seemed to be the video image of the weekend: the “stand-off” between a teenager with a “Trump-cap” and a drumming Indian activist. The media talked about racism and shame about it, but in reality the story is much more fabricated, as it turns out.
On Wednesday Hasher T. was arrested who wanted to commit an attack on the White House and other government buildings. The FBI spent a year researching the 21-year-old man.