Braude Beat: Knox verdict

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October 3, 2011, 6:28 pm
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(NECN) - Jim Braude talks about the decision by an Italian judge to let American Amanda Knox go free, Elizabeth Warren's poll numbers, and the Occupy Boston protests accusing American corporations of abject greed.

"In four years, I've lost my friends in the most terrible and unexplainable way. My trust in the authorities and the police has been damaged. I had to face charges that were totally unfair, without any basis. And I am paying with my life for something I haven't done," Knox told an Italian court as she pleaded for mercy.

He also analyzes Elizabeth Warren's startling poll numbers and about the Occupy Boston protests of corporate greed and lauds the protesters who are make their views known nonviolently.

Tags: Senate, Jim Braude, Scott Brown, Braude Beat, Elizabeth Warren, Amanda Knox, Occupy Boston
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