Nancy Grace: Reality Check
The New York Observer has an article about discrepencies between Nancy Grace's version of her fiance's murder and the version told by the documents and trial participants.
I'm all for criticizing Nancy Grace's point of view and her "fry 'em" mentality and even her sometimes overly melodramatic delivery style, but I have to say, aside from misrepresenting, perhaps unknowingly, the prior record of the man who killed her fiance, there's very little here.
I'd much rather see an article that takes her to task for her program format, the show's failure to journalistically inform and her one-sidedness in favor of victims, than for minor details in how her fiance got murdered, even if she does claim it was the hook in deciding to go to law school and become a prosecutor.
The real problem is that guilt sells in this country while innocence doesn't. Grace takes advantage of that phenomenon to the utmost, but then so do many other tv personalities.
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