Amanda Knox Defense Fund

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Amanda Knox Defense Fund

Music For Amanda - Showbox at  Sodo seattle, WA

The Amanda Defense Fund will benefit from this live concert featuring three local rock bands, Brian DiJulio and the Love Jacks, Zero Gravity Circus, and The G Program. The event will take place at the Showbox at  Sodo on the 1st Ave on the 8th of July.  All three bands feature members who are either alumni or connected to alumni of Seattle Prep, Amanda Knox's alma mater!

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Past Events;

Fundraiser at West Seattle Bowl
Sunday, March 20th, 2011
Time: 2 pm to 4:30 pm

4505 39th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116  206 932-3731
$125.00 per lane.  Includes 2 hours of bowling and shoe rentals.
So get co-workers and friends together and make a day of it. 
You can have up to six people per lane.  First Come First Served.
Register early and get a free T-shirt.  No checks please.
Raffle tickets for great prizes will be available.
The restaurant will be open with excellent food and beverages.
All proceeds go to the Amanda Knox Defense fund
We're bowling for Amanda's freedom!!!

"Justice denied anywhere diminishes justice everywhere" 
                            Rev.Martin Luther King Jr.
Thank you to Jeff Swanson and his team at West Seattle Bowl for having our event.  Be sure to call or go into West Seattle Bowl to reserve your lane today!
Any questions contact Al or Julie at [email protected] or [email protected]

Columbus venue to host benefit for Amanda Knox



Contact: Heather
Email: [email protected]

 Two live bands slated for October 15 event


Columbus, OH — October 11, 2010 — A Columbus resident has taken up the cause of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, who were convicted of murder in Italy last December. Heather Coy is sure they are innocent, and she has organized a fund-raiser to help them. The event is slated for 9 pm Friday, October 15, at the Rumba Cafe, located at 2507 Summit St. in Columbus. Two bands, Ma Rainy and The Resisters, will provide live entertainment.


"I got involved in this case through Facebook" says Coy. "I don't know Amanda or her family. But I have studied the facts carefully, and it is obvious she and Raffaele are innocent. Facebook put me in touch with a network of people who are working to raise public awareness of this injustice."


A number of Internet sites have emerged to discuss the case and keep supporters up-to-date. They include:


-       The Members' Forum at


-       United for Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito on Facebook, at


-       The Free Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito cause on Facebook, at


"I can relate to Amanda because she went to Europe to immerse herself in a different culture," says Coy. "I did the same thing when I was her age."


Coy believes Knox and her then-boyfriend Sollecito stumbled across a murder scene and found themselves in a situation that quickly became surreal.


"The authorities made a high-profile public accusation before they studied the evidence," Coy explains. "Now they are desperate to save face."


Everyone is invited to attend this event, make a donation, and learn more about the case. The cover charge will be $6. The Rumba is donating the venue, and the bands are donating their performances. All proceeds will go to the Amanda Defense Fund, set up by Knox's family to offset the huge cost of her ongoing appeal effort.


October 16th from 6-10 pm at Shadowland in West Seattle.  $20 will get you entrance to the club, a raffle ticket and a bracelet to show your support.  Live music to begin at 8pm, appetizers provided by Shadowland, are served from 7-8:30 pm  Contact Julie or AL at [email protected] if you have any questions. 

Shadowland is located at 4458 California Avenue SW, Seattle, WA 98116