Did CNN's Nancy Grace Cross The Line???

by SWALKER 24 Replies latest social current

  • kid-A

    Her face . . . well, let's just say, a picture of her would make a great antidote for Viagra. Her show should be cancelled.

    Lets not forget the "hairspray helmet" on her head....that do could survive gale force winds! LOL. I cant stand that bizzzatch.

  • 144001

    ROFLMAO -- Kid A, what a choice picture you posted. It looks like she just ripped a fart!

  • Phil

    She went way over the line. In the last several years the media have taken the position of trying to solve crimes or alleged crimes on television. Nancy is one of the most arrogant of the lot. Solving crimes is up to the police and the judicial system not TV announcers. The recent beating a photographer got recently for sticking his camera where he was not invited was another case of unwaranted intrusion in other peoples lives. Such intrusion should be by invitation only.

  • purplesofa

    I have not seen the interview you are talking about. Nancy Grace is very harsh. She is brutal and relentless. Her questioning is attacking. She is dramatic........She is the Jerry Springer of journalism to me. Springer makes his stories bigger than they are and Nancy tries to make herself bigger than the story.

    I see that the woman is Asian, and she may have felt so much shame and guilt about what happened and that is why she took her life. Like I said......I did not see the interview but I can only imagine the questioning that went her way. Enough straw to break a camels back.

    Sad, sad story.


  • Big Tex
    Big Tex
    I had a good chuckle at how she got quite hostile and defensive when a caller asked her about whether she felt that her line of questioning may have contributed to the mother's suicide. She refused to accept any responsibility for probing this woman as harshly as she did (since when do journalists get to cross-examine suspects in an ongoing investigation? The term "fair trial" comes to mind.... ) and got quite angry with the caller, saying that people have the "right" to know the answers to her questions. I don't think so.

    "Let's give him a fair trial and then hang him." -- Gene Hackman, Unforgiven

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