One of the eight jurors responsible for overturning the guilty verdict of Amanda Knox and her Italian ex-boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito in the 2007 murder of British student Meredith Kercher said he never believed that they were guilty.

Mauro Chialli, with seven other jurors, ordered that Knox and Sollecito be freed after acquitting them of sexual assault and murder charges.

I saw the faces of these two kids, and they couldn't bluff. They didn't bluff. My point of view is that these kids weren't guilty. They weren't there, Chialli said in an interview with Italy's state-run RAi television.

Saying he spent a lot of time reading the faces of Knox and Sollecito during their 10-month appeals trial, Chialli also said several elements of the prosecution's case did not convince him, chiefly the lack of motive and uncertainties regarding the exact time of Kercher's death, The Daily Mail reported.

What didn't convince me was that in the end, it was an accusation based on so many conjectures, he said. It could have been this way, it could have been that way.

Knox and Sollecito were arrested a few days after Kercher's body was found on Nov. 2, 2007, in the home Kercher shared with Knox while in Perugia, Italy. They were convicted in 2009 and sentenced to 26 and 25 years respectively.

A third defendant, Rudy Hermann Guede, was also convicted and sentenced to 16 years; his sentence was upheld by Italy's highest court. Following Monday's acquittals, Guede remains the only person in prison for Kercher's death.

Since arriving back in the United States late Tuesday, Knox, who spent four years in Capanne jail near Perugia, has been at a secret location. She is thought to be in hiding with her mother, Edda Mellas, sister Deanna, and stepsisters Ashley and Delaney. Also thought to be present were her stepfather Chris Mellas, and stepmother, Cassandra Knox.

Amanda needs some time to readjust, her father, Curt, said. She's overwhelmed. I can't begin to describe to you what it's been like. It will be nice to see what normal life is like again.

After spending four years behind bars, Knox is now saying that she was sexually harassed by a high-ranking Italian prison administrator, 48 Hours Mystery Correspondent Peter Van Sant reported on CBS' The Early Show.

A letter written by Knox provides details of the manipulation and sexual intimidation she says she endured while in prison, CBS News reported.

We learn about sexual harassment inside prison where an administrator would take her up to his office alone at night and say a number of inappropriate things to her and that left Amanda terrified, Van Sant sad in an advance of a report to air Saturday night's 48 Hours Mystery.

In the special report, Knox's father, Curt, will tell viewers about his daughter's final moments of incarceration and her first days of freedom.

Van Sant asked, Does Amanda understand that her story grabbed the attention of the entire world, that literally millions of people came to care for her?

I think she's beginning to understand that, he replied. But I think the real first, you know, hit on that was, you know, that press conference when she came to Seattle. I think it really -- it really was something that hit her hard, you know, that so many people cared.

Curt Knox said of his daughter, She's almost kind of reborn in a way. I mean, living for four years inside a concrete and steel, you know, prison, and now being able to kind of just look around, smell the air and - and just do what she wants to do, hopefully when she wants to do it, it makes a huge difference.

On Thursday, Curt Knox also said that Knox will be reuniting with former boyfriend Sollecito.

Raffaele will probably visit Seattle and it will be very nice for them to actually see each other again, Curt said Thursday, adding that Amanda enjoyed her first day back in the United States.

Sollecito's father told reporters outside the Italian beach house where his son was recuperating after four years in prison in Perugia, that the invitation was extended by Chris Mellas, Knox's stepfather.

We didn't manage to speak to Amanda. Raffaele didn't manage even by telephone. After the court ruling, we went in different directions, but through my daughter I learned that Amanda's stepfather invited us to Seattle, Francesco Sollecito said. At this time, we have nothing planned.

In a phone call with the Italian news agency ANSA, Sollecito briefly talked of his relationship with Knox.

Amanda? Maybe I'll see her again, but now I only want to be with my family, he said.

The freed 27-year-old is currently staying at his father's villa in a gated community in Bisceglie, outside Bari in southern Italy. Unlike the welcome home party Knox received when she returned to Seattle, only about 20 photographers, cameramen and reporters went to the Sollecito home, where, Raffaele's father said, he was readjusting to life.

He's like a baby growing up that has to learn to get used to life, Francesco Sollecito told reporters.