Raffaele Sollecito Gets Gig as TV Crime Expert in Italy

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 4:42 AM

Amanda Knox'south ex-boyfriend has gotten a gig as a TV crime expert, channeling his experience at the middle of a murder case for the sake of solving Italian mysteries.

Raffaele Sollecito Gets Gig as TV Crime Expert in Italy

This could be a case of turning valid lemons into lemonade.

Amanda Knox'south ex-boyfriend has gotten a gig as a TV crime expert, channeling his experience at the middle of a murder case for the sake of solving Italian mysteries.

Raffaele Sollecito spent nearly four years in jail over the murder of his then-girlfriend'south roommate. He and Knox were tried several times for the crime, riding a rollercoaster of convictions and appeals until they were exonerated latest March.

Sollecito made his debut as a visitor expert Saturday on a program about unsolved crimes that airs on Italy'south 24-hour cable channel Tgcom24.

He told Britain'south The Times newspaper that he's uniquely positioned to weigh in on the cases.

"I have been a victim of a miscarriage of justice, I know the faults of the justice system, what happens in jail and what happens when the media twists the truth," Sollecito told the paper. "The normal experts on these shows have seen these things through a window — I've lived them."

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