Amanda Knox: “I have to think the worst-case scenario”
It didn't matter that everybody knew Amanda Knox wasn't going to say anything new on the "Today" show Friday, that she wasn't going to drop any big bombshells. It didn't matter, because Amanda Knox is such a subject of deep public fascination, she could have sat in that chair opposite Matt Lauer and said nothing at all, and people would have tuned in. And she knew that. Amanda Knox – whose name has become synonymous with a lurid murder, and all those rumors about orgies and devil worship and drugs. The tabloid headline queen of the world. The pretty, all-American girl.