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Amanda Knox's Ex-Boyfriend

I'm a Total Poser

10/13/2011 5:50 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Former Italian murder convict Raffaele Sollecito -- Amanda Knox's ex-boyfriend -- had another reason to smile this week ... dude is finally getting a brand new Italian ID card.

Sollecito -- who was recently freed from an Italian prison after an appeals court ruled he and Amanda did NOT murder Knox's roommate -- hit his local photo shop a few days ago. He later took the pics to a government window labelled, "Carta d'identità" (ID card).

Interesting to see Sollecito walking around Italy so comfortably ... considering he and Knox were SO hated during the murder hearings, that they were rushed out of the courtroom by armed guards when they were freed earlier this month.

But now, judging by his bright green sweater ... it doesn't seem like Raffaele is afraid of being noticed anymore.


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I lol'd at the blue flower in the background.

It's been a long tiring week.

1052 days ago


TMZ....Wondering why no one talks about the black guy that's still in jail for this murder, what's his story? How come he's not being exonerated, what evidence was strong enough to keep him in jail? I really hope these two are innocent, if not, two very sick people just got away with murder!

1051 days ago


ya everything's just peachy for him and homegirl. we'll see..

1050 days ago


Ethical complaints against Jose Baez move forward
Posted: 12:23 PM ET

While this blog is dedicated to coverage of the Conrad Murray trial, we know many In Session and HLN viewers have been closely following the Casey Anthony case and wanted to be sure to include this important update on that story.

The Florida Bar will continue to pursue two complaints filed against Casey Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez. The details of what sparked these complaints have not been disclosed to the public, but it’s widely speculated they stem from Baez’s representation of Casey Anthony.

The complaints will to go to a grievance committee, which is comparable to a grand jury. The grievance committee will rule on whether to bring charges against Baez.

In August, Baez told CNN, "I am looking forward to the Bar completing its investigation, so that it can be dismissed just like the 20 previous complaints. It is part of the job whenever you fight an unpopular case."

If the 10-member committee - made up of attorneys and non-attorneys from the Orlando area - believes the investigation’s findings establish probable cause, the complaints would then go the Florida Supreme Court, which could then discipline Baez.

Posted by: In Session's Graham Winch
Filed under: Casey and Caylee Anthony

1049 days ago
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