What do you think, was Nancy Grace trying to create healthy discourse or simply trying to boost ratings?
Neither. She believed totmom was guilty. But it was up to the jury, not her. Who knows, maybe she harmed the case.
But, if she believes in justice, why doesn't she turn her passion on the bankers or on those Americans involved in 911? Those were the crimes of the century.
Um, of course. TV shows are about getting viewers, That doesn't mean it was her only motivation but there is nothing implicitly wrong with a TV show host and associated staff aiming to get ratings.
that makes me laugh, she really is angry all the time. I would like to see Glenn Beck, Nancy Grace, Keith Olbermann, Bill O'Reilly, Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow, Sean Hannity all in "cage match". There is so much venom and anger amongst all of them
I Nancy Grace is full of shit, and is always trying to play the media for what its good for and that's the ratings. I really think her ego is just to dam big !!!
I think Nancy Grace exploits everything for ratings. She doesn't positively contribute to our society in any way.
Nancy Grace is a disgrace.
That's all I have to say.
She should be harping about the prosecution NOT doing their job, if she disagrees with the jury. The jury were civil servants, doing their job, as directed. The prosecution are the twits here: EPIC FAIL!
no one, did people would never exploit anything lol.
She exploits every case she ever sinks her teeth into. She is responsible for that young woman killing herself a while back, also.
The woman should be thrown off the TV.
Actually, she exploits them because she is a victim advocate more than for the ratings. But I agree, her behavior regarding that young woman who committed suicide was disgusting.
I think Nancy wants us to see the truth and to think about the situation. She is very hard on people and I always say I don't ever want to get in trouble and face Nancy Grace. I don't think it is solely on ratings, I think she wants us to be aware.
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