Despite the acquittal, Knox's case was a media frenzy. She was called "a demon," nicknamed "Foxy Knoxy" in an effort to paint her as a sex-crazed maniac and was slammed with sociopathic accusations.
The whole situation left a lot about the crime unanswered, but Knox was, for all intents and purposes, cleared; Netflix released a 2016 documentary about it simply called "Amanda Knox." The story got kicked up again in June of this year when Knox, then 31, returned to Italy for the first time since her conviction was overturned with her fiancé, Christopher Robinson; she was invited as a guest speaker to the Criminal Justice Festival in Modena (organized by the Italian Innocence Project), where she gave a presentation at a panel titled "Trial by Media." Overtly relevant.
Why? She's highly publicizing her wedding.