A former University of Colorado student is giving her handwritten manuscript to the University of Missouri for its use in its investigation into a murder case.
The case was first reported in The Denver Post in February and has generated a media frenzy around the university, as well as an outpouring of sympathy and a plea for help.
The story is the latest twist in a case that has been in the news since August.
Police said they had received an anonymous tip about a suspicious person in a hotel room at a fraternity party, and were called in to investigate.
After more than two weeks of questioning, the suspect, identified as a fraternity member, confessed to killing a woman, and was sentenced to life in prison.
But in June, a federal judge ordered the former student, who was convicted in the case, to undergo a mental health evaluation, and she has since been released from prison.
The university has said the student has not had contact with the person in the hotel room.
The judge also ordered her to be evaluated by a psychologist, who will conduct a forensic analysis of her handwriting.