Amanda Knox, the college junior who became the center of a murder trial that riveted the attention of millions around the world, has never told her story. Now after the dramatic Italian trial, conviction, and court appeal that finally acquitted and freed her she speaks to ABC News anchor Diane Sawyer in her first television interview. In addition, she reacts to the recent ruling by Italy's Supreme Court that has extended her marathon legal battle and put her freedom on the line again.
“Murder. Mystery. Amanda Knox Speaks – A Diane Sawyer Exclusive” airs Tuesday, April 30 at 10:00 p.m., ET on the ABC Television Network. (Source: ABC)
For the fourth consecutive year, ABC News brings viewers the brightest and most unbelievable moments from the last year in a star-studded two-hour special hosted by Robin Roberts. From the highs and lows in politics to the major news events like the racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, the Ebola virus outbreak, and the threat from ISIS; from the headline-making celebrity romantic breakups and shakeups to the marriage of the eternal bachelor, George Clooney, the special features details on these and all the other big stories of the past year. “The Year: 2014″ will showcase the stars who inspired women to embrace their bodies and their independence like Taylor Swift, Iggy Azalea, and Ariana Grande, and feature interviews with some of the notable names of 2014 including “All About That Bass” singer Meghan Trainor, and an exclusive interview with Amy Van Dyken, the Olympic swimmer paralyzed in an ATV accident.