An Italian court has appointed two independent experts - Stefano Conti and Carla Vecchioti - to review crucial DNA evidence found on the knife Amanda Knox allegedly used to murder her fellow housemate and student, Meredith Kercher. The two DNA experts were given 90 days to examine the evidence, which includes potential DNA traces found on a clasp of the victim's bra. Conti asked the judge if he could remove the knife handle to test for DNA traces on the blade. Knox's stepfather, who was in the court in Perugia, said: "We support anything they want to do in order to reach the truth," but her family firmly believes there is no proof that their daughter killed Kercher. Meanwhile, Knox continues to plead innocent from behind bars.