She is so bad that even Keith Olbermann knows it. More on that later.
TV personality Nancy Grace should have her named changed to “Nancy Disgrace” because she really is a disgrace to anyone who pays her to talk on TV.
FOXNews.com is reporting the following story:
Nancy Grace has sparked controversy with comments she made about Whitney Houston’s death while appearing on CNN Monday. . .
Grace likened Houston’s death to those of Michael Jackson and Anna Nicole Smith, before asking if any of those in the hotel room with Houston when she died may have been complicit in her death.
“I’d like to know who was around her, who, if anyone gave her drugs, following alcohol and drugs, and who let her slip, or pushed her, underneath that water?” Grace responded. “Apparently no signs of force or trauma to the body. Who let Whitney Houston go under her water?”
Gee, Nancy, who knew that Whitney Houston took baths with others? Usually in the USA, adults takes baths by themselves.
The Wikipedia entry on Nancy Grace is quite revealing. She has put her feet in her mouth so often that she has athlete’s tongue.
What Grace says in print is as bad as what she says on TV. The Wikipedia article states, “In March 2006, an article in the New York Observer suggested that in her book Objection!, Grace had embellished the story of her college fiancé’s 1979 murder and the ensuing trial to make it better support her image.”
In a March 2007 Rolling Stone interview, Keith Olbermann says about Grace, “Anybody who would embellish the story of their own fiancé’s murder should spend that hour a day not on television but in a psychiatrist’s chair.”
The unethical conduct of Nancy Grace was on display when she worked as a Special Prosecutor in the the Atlanta-Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney’s Office. The 4 May 2005 edition of the Fulton County Daily Report states the following:
Nancy Grace, the host of a self-titled legal show on CNN Headline News, “played fast and loose” with her ethical duties as a Georgia prosecutor in 1990, the 11th Circuit has ruled. However, Monday’s decision upheld a triple murder conviction won by Grace, explaining that her failure to disclose to the defendant’s lawyer information about other possible suspects did not change the result of the trial. The ruling marks the third time appellate courts have admonished Grace for her conduct as a prosecutor.
In 1997 the Georgia State Supreme Court rebuked Grace, stating that she had engaged in inappropriate and illegal conduct during a criminal case that she was involved in.
Grace left her job in the DA’s Office when the DA decided not to run for re-election. Translation: The DA’s successor wouldn’t put up with Grace’s crap.
No doubt that Grace has a contract with her current employer. One might wonder if that employer will renew that contract after it expires. Grace’s antics don’t belong on either CNN or HLN. MSNBC would be a better match for her. Perhaps Grace could use Keith Olbermann as a reference.