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Good for them.
The family of Melinda Duckett, a Florida woman who shot herself to death after being forcefully questioned by CNN’s Nancy Grace about her son’s disappearance, sued the network and the Headline News host on Tuesday, claiming they bear responsibility for her death.
I hope she is sued for every dime she’s worth and then dissappears into oblivion.
Have I ever mentioned how much I hate Nancy Grace? Oh I have? Okay.
Read more here:
CNN, Nancy Grace Sued Over Woman’s Suicide : People.com
So I’m going through total hell today dealing with my car and some jerk posted some rude comments on my Nancy Grace post.I don’t mind if people disagree with comments or posts on my site, but I can’t stand it when they are rude.
These people have no sense of caring whatsoever. They just spout off at the mouth with absolutely no regard for what somebody might be going through. It’s hilarious that the first part of his comment is:
I can not believe how ignorant a lot of you people seem to be
I can’t believe how ignorant (and utterly insensitive) this man seems to be.
I’m tired. I don’t even want to address this asshole. But I allowed his comment to go through because I don’t want to ever be accused of not letting other people’s dissenting opinions through.
update Dec. 1st, noon: I am going to take the advice of Dianne and Frank and delete this guy’s post, and then I am going to close comments on the Nancy Grace post. I’m so done with that conversation. I’m sorry if anyone thinks it’s rude but I just don’t care. I think it has been well esablished that Ms. Grace is shrill and annoying and that is that. The dissenters have established thier point (rather rudely at times) and I don’t think I need to hear the same argument over and over, espeically if it’s rude. So this troll’s opinion will be deleted.
Thanks so much for all of your comments on my last post. It made me feel much better 🙂
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VIEW / Guilty or not, here she comes — Nancy Grace brings mob justice to CNN
if one looks at every page of every transcript since “Nancy Grace” debuted three months ago, the program more closely resembles a torch-bearing mob than the “legal issues” show that CNN promised. Grace has created her own parallel universe in which guests are berated for advocating due process, panelists are invited back frequently if they make ad hominem attacks and suspects are seemingly guilty until proven innocent.
As I’ve mentioned before, I don’t have cable, and, therefore, don’t watch these infotainment news channels such as CNN, MSNBC, and the king of them all, Fox “news”. I realized, while on my trip to Louisville, that I was not missing out AT ALL.
As I was flipping through the channels on my hotel television I came across this Nancy Grace woman, and was rather horrified. I kind of stared at the television in disbelief for a few minutes. Not believing that this shrill, awful woman was on television. At the time I didn’t know I was watching CNN.
This woman was very stupid. She was saying really stupid things that didn’t warrant her to devote a television show to them. She was incessently droning on and on about a serial killer and that he should just fry, and why are we spending our taxpayer dollars on letting this person sit on death row and getting the chance to have his case appealed. She would go on and on with details about what he did to his victims to make her point. And she went into grusome details, too. I was getting grossed out by the details. The lawyer she was talking to voiced what I was thinking in my head. He had this look on his face like he was thinking, “Is this woman THAT stupid?” and he said, “Nancy, we live in a country in which we rule by law.” Duh.
Found this via Eschaton.