(ANSA) - Washington, January 31 - A teary-eyed Amanda Knox
told US television that she felt "hit by a train" and "could not
believe" what was happening when she and her Italian
ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were found guilty in a Florence
court Thursday for the 2007 murder of British student Meredith
Kercher in Perugia.
Wearing newly bobbed hair and a pink sweater, Knox told ABC
News in her first interview after the verdict that she is "not
prepared" to return to Italy, would never want to return, and
will fight "to the end".
Knox received a jail sentence of 28 years and six months,
while Sollecito got 26 years.
The appeals-level verdict was the fourth ruling on the case
and it is now expected to go to the Italian supreme court.
Knox added she is waiting to read the motivations for the