Amanda Knox maintained Friday that she won't return to Italy to face trial again, despite the risks involved in not going and everything that is at stake.
"I was already imprisoned as an innocent person in Italy, and I can't reconcile the choice to go back with that experience," she told Matt Lauer Friday.
"It's not a possibility. I was imprisoned as an innocent person and I just can't relive that."
"I don't think I'm going to be put back in prison. I think we're going to win. That's why I'm fighting this fight, that's why I continue to put forth the defensive argument in court."
Not going back, Amanda Knox reiterated, isn't an admission of guilt.
"I look at it as an admission of innocence, to be quite honest."