This talk centres on the murder of a British student, Meredith Kercher, in Perugia in 2007 and the conviction, imprisonment and subsequent acquittal of one of her alleged murderers, Amanda Knox.
Monroe’s untimely and sudden death has generated much public interest in her life and how it ended.
What are conspiracies and why are they so appealing to so many people as explanations of problematic events?
Why did a ‘third rate burglary’ lead to the first and only presidential resignation while President Reagan managed to avoid impeachment over his decision to sell arms to a terrorist nation.
The most important and famous British scandal of the twentieth century which resulted in the resignation in disgrace of a senior cabinet minister and helped bring down a Prime Minister.
The failure to find Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq prompted questions about the reliability of the government’s assessment of Iraq’s capabilities.
Do recent events suggest that all politicians are corrupt? Are there any Honourable members left?
The events in Paris which resulted in the death of an icon, the most famous woman in the world, have generated a number of popular conspiracy theories.