I don't understand why you'd go to trouble of digging up an old post only to completely misinterpret what it says. I think the post is pretty clear in stating that wrongful convictions of any kind are tragic and unjust - even if they "merely" lead to incarceration rather than execution. But I still feel that while it's possible to sympathize with more than one person involved in this case, it's the Kerchers who deserve it more than anyone. Amanda Knox had an awful experience that lasted for years, but she can move on and rebuild her life, and maybe have new opportunities open to her. Meredith Kercher will never have these things, and her family has to live with a horrible loss and the knowledge of how she suffered.