Meredith Kercher, sister Stephanie speaks: 'If Rudy Guede didn't kill her by himself, where did the others go?'

Fifteen years after the crime in Perugia, the sister of the murdered young woman cannot rest and says: “Too many open questions. Attending the hearings was a suffering that made mourning more difficult'

 meredith kercher sister Stephanie Kercher with her sister Meredith, killed on the night of November 1, 2007 Photo Video

Fifteen years after Meredith Kercher's death, her sister Stephanie is speaking up again. And she still says she is incredulous about what happened in the Italian investigations. For very simple reasons: Rudy was convicted of murder 'in competition', but no other perpetrators were sought after the acquittal of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito. And he was sentenced to 16 years, even though he came out earlier - Photo | video

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ITALIAN JUSTICE - Stephanie has now also lost both parents, who died within four months of each other. But she continues to ask for justice for the death of her sister, murdered at the age of 21 in Perugia on the night of November 1, 2007. Corriere della Sera he says: “The passage of time does not attenuate anything and a deep sense of disappointment remains in me because the reasoning of the judges does not coincide with the outcome of the trial. Guede's sentence said that he was involved in the murder together with others but where are the others? In the conclusion of this process I see many unanswered questions”. And when Rudy swears that he is not the culprit, he doesn't know what to answer: 'The answer to this question had to come from the Italian judicial system which, as I have already said, instead left many questions open'.

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MY SISTER AND I - Meredith's 'contagious smile' remained in her mind. And then she “she was very funny and intelligent and caring with friends and family, especially with my mother. If I close my eyes I can still see her, hear her… The emptiness she left of her can never be filled. The pain remains even if time passes. There will always be a place for her in my thoughts and in my heart.' She was passionate about Italy and politics, she remembers her, and she loved to write. At her house, after her crime, they had put away her photos, but also her school notebooks and books: 'It was a way to always have a part of her close at hand'. And now she vents: “The very duration of the process was a wound that made it more difficult to mourn. Attending the hearings was a pain every time, and especially for my parents it was very hard'.

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