Amanda Knox, who faces a retrial over the killing of Meredith Kercher in Italy in 2007, has revealed how she thought about suicide during her time in prison. In her first television interview since being freed, Knox told ABC's Diane Sawyer how she felt "as if I were being sealed into a tomb":
Yeah. And the tomb was my life. It wasn't the prison. It was my life.
Did you think about suicide?
I did. Yeah. And the interesting thing is, as restricting as prison is - I mean you can't have your own nail polish in the room, for instance, there are plenty of ways that you could kill yourself. And people did. And I imagined doing them all.
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