Amanda Knox has revealed in an interview that she hopes one day to pay her respects at Meredith Kercher's grave.
In her first television interview since being released from an Italian prison, the American told ABC News:
[I hope] that eventually I can have their [Meredith's family's] permission to pay respects at her grave.
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