I doubt any sensient italians support the murder.
I assume, for point of ease, that most italians have some belief in their justice system as we do in ours, all of us varying on that within our countries on any given case. They know more how it works there, for good or sometimes not so good, than you do, just as we are apt to here in the US.
The majority of those italians paying attention are likely to have an innocent until proven guilty take on things, as we do. The process of proof is only one step along, in their system.
What percentage of italians who are paying any attention personally guess is true re guilt or non guilt, none of us can surmise, but I'll figure many are nodding along with the findings so far. I'll also guess some fair amount of any americans paying attention take her to be not proven guilty, based on the difference in systems, with a lot of bias against that procedural difference and bias towards her being a young fair american.
We haven't seen the evidence, only what has been reported variously in the press/online, the summaries of that depending on what article you read.
As the thread starter, I'm finding you repetitive, oralloy. We understand what your opinion is.
I am interested in the pros and cons of any nuances people know, such as aidan mentioned re whatever fear Meredith Kercher had - or didn't have - about either Amanda or her acquaintances. Or information about the justice system there (besides repetitive insults).