In March, the Italian Supreme Court ordered Amanda Knox back for a retrial for Meredith Kercher's murder, and now, in a 74-page document, they've explained their reasoning. The high court says that Knox's acquittal was full of "deficiencies, contradictions and illogical" conclusions. They want to reopen the trial and get a fresh look at evidence to determine whether or not Amanda did, in fact, kill Meredith Kercher. But perhaps the most fascinating, and most disturbing, part of the document is the fact that the court is now claiming that Meredith Kercher was killed in a sex game gone wrong -- a theory that was dismissed a long time ago -- and that more than one person was involved in her murder, not just Rudy Guede.
The document says that the appeal process would be to "not only demonstrate the presence of the two suspects in the place of the crime, but to possibly outline the subjective position of Guede's accomplices." It also states the hypotheses that Kercher was involved in some sort of case of forced sex that lead to "a group erotic game that blew up and got out of control."