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University of Florida students react to Amanda Knox’s release

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Amanda Knox was just another study abroad student in Italy in 2007, until her roommate was murdered and she became a suspect in the case. Four years later she has been released from an Italian prison and has returned to the United States. As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Paula Cunniffe reports, University of Florida students who studied abroad in Italy were not concerned about this case, but did notice its effects on study abroad programs in Italy.

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