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Single Attacker Theory Of The Murder Of Meredith Kercher by Ron HendryA graphically descriptive account of how solo operating petty burglar, Rudy Guede, climbed a wall and entered through a broken window into the upper flat of Via della Pergola 7 in Perugia, Italy and carried out the several crimes against Meredith Kercher on the night of November 1, 2007 without the participation or help from anyone else.
What happened at Via della Pergola 7 the night Meredith Kercher was murdered has gained new relevance with the March 26, 2013 remanding of the case for a retrial of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito by Italys highest court coupled with their published belief that multiple attackers were involved. The retrial is currently scheduled to begin September 30, 2013.
The Author is retired Forensic Engineer Ron Hendry, who in June of 2010 was provided extraordinary access to police crime scene videos and photos. His findings and reconstruction work were published in the Injustice In Perugia www.injusticeinperugia.org website in the fall of 2010. The narrative is based upon Author Ron Hendrys prior investigation and reconstruction of the criminal events in the upper flat.
Included in the narrative are some actions of Rudy Guede that the Author extrapolated from Rudy’s early self serving statements along with the Authors interpretation of his motives for the several crimes.
As the narrative progresses, the Author points out an assortment of failures by the police in their investigation and interpretation of the crime scene.
The full set of police crime scene photos analyzed by the Author in 2010 are now available on the internet. Selected police crime scene photos are used throughout the narrative to illustrate the points and actions depicted in the narrative. Many of the selected photos have been cropped and markers have been added to some to emphasis the evidence discussed.
Meredith Kercher murder cottage to be rented out
The whitewashed cottage, just outside the historic stone walls of Perugia in Umbria, had been cordoned off by police ever since Miss Kercher's half-naked body was found on the floor of her bedroom in November But the court in Perugia where American student Amanda Knox and her Italian ex-boyfriend are on trial for murder has ruled that the house should no longer be held under seizure by police. Renting out the cottage to students who flock to Perugia's University for Foreigners could prove a challenge — the murder has attracted huge publicity in Italy and the house is said to contain blood stains. It has twice been broken into in recent months, with unknown intruders scattering knives on the kitchen floor, burning candles and stealing the mattress from Miss Kercher's bedroom. The Italian landlady who owns the property said she will change the locks on doors and install bars across the windows to prevent future break-ins. Prosecutors claim Miss Knox and her then boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, murdered the Leeds University student during a violent sex game inspired by Halloween fantasies and sexually explicit Japanese manga comics. The third person accused of the crime, unemployed drifter Rudy Guede, was sentenced to 30 years in prison at a separate trial last October.
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The room whitewashed cottage has stunning views of the surrounding hills and is close to the University for Foreigners which Kercher attended before she was found semi-naked with her throat slit in her bedroom at the house in November , Giacomo Silenzi: he reported being in Perugia since and having lived the whole time in Via Della Pergola 7, on the lower floor. He had a romantic liason [ legame affetivo ] with Meredith that had begun a few weeks before she was killed.
How Rudy Guede could have been caught in the first 24 hours. By Ron Hendry. After committing the crimes in 7 Via Della Pergola, it appears that Rudy Guede thought his situation was hopeless. He really had nowhere to go and the first day after the murder he just sat around waiting for the police to knock on the door. It was only on Sunday morning that he decided to take a train ride to nowhere and ended up haplessly roaming around Germany. What outward signs did the Police find during the early hours of their crime scene investigation and where should those signs have led them?