Pissing in the jury pool is nothing new for Nancy Grace…

The murder of Nancy Grace’s fiance was, according to Grace, a crime which inspired her subsequent crusade for victim’s rights, and presumably, this new Super Cunt outfit. Unfortunately, much of Grace’s account is untrue.

The murder of Nancy Grace’s fiance was, according to Grace, a crime which inspired her subsequent crusade for victim’s rights, and presumably, this new Super Cunt outfit. Unfortunately, much of Grace’s account is untrue.

By the time Nancy got through with Mindy Duckett, the mother of a missing child, Mindy penned a suicide note, took a shotgun with her into a closet and blew her head off. Even the Duckett family, whom Grace claims to have spoke for, blames her for the suicide.

And she is never as content as when she clouds that pool with an infected bladder-load of yellow journalism and speculation.

This is an age where too many in the media presume a right to convict Americans before a trial, a right to stage a Roman Holiday wherein the term “defendant ” or “suspect” is synonymous with guilty, and those bearing that label are consistently thrown to ravenous beasts, exonerated or not, for an evening’s entertainment. But after all is said and done, no one carries more guilt than those of us who allow it, who stand idly by as our fellow citizens, naked and unarmed, are ripped to shreds in the bloody arena of the modern trial by media. It is, by design or not, Nancy Grace’s bread and butter to contaminate potential juries; to act as an extension of the prosecutorial arm and deliberately prevent a fair trial in televised cases by attacking the presumption of innocence our Bill of Rights affords all Americans. It is a right wisely placed there by the nation’s forefathers, one which Nancy wants you to forget exists.

That was bad enough. But now she has really outdone herself.

Those of you familiar with Grace may recall the story about her fiance being murdered way back in 1979, and that this was, according to Grace, a crime which inspired her subsequent crusade for victim’s rights, and a new super-hero costume. Super Cunt was born, however, in the rancid bowels of a myth. So before you ring the Cunt Phone in Grace’s Cunt Cave for emergency exploitation and fake empathy, take her credibility with a grain of salt. Indeed, Grace’s inconsistencies regarding the murder of her fiance were so numerous The’New York Observer took her to account in “Did Nancy Grace, TV Crimebuster, Muddy Her Myth?” Author Rebecca Dana notes the following:

“Because of what happened in Georgia, Ms. Grace has said over and over, she knows firsthand how the system favors hardened criminals over victims. It is the

In one fell swoop, CNN’s Nancy Grace solved the mystery of the missing toddler, identified the culprit, the fate of the child, and voiced the very thoughts and confession of Melinda after she committed suicide. If she can speak to Melinda now, from beyond the grave, maybe Grace can ask her where the body is, if indeed, the child is dead?

foundation of her judicial philosophy, her motivation in life, her casus belli.

“And much of it isn’t true… ”

In an emotional phone interview ranging over the inconsistencies in her account, Ms. Grace said, “I have not researched the defendant. I have tried not to think about it.” Ironic. Nancy skewered Melinda Duckett for exactly that- inconsistencies- the same behavior she herself exhibited in Dana’s interview.

However, in Nancy’s case, the murder in question happened way back in 1979. Nancy had decades to recover enough sense to discuss the matter objectively, as she would expect others to. Duckett barely had a day. By the time Nancy got through with her, Duckett penned a suicide note, took a shotgun with her into a closet and blew her head off. She was never charged with a crime, but she was treated as a suspect and it was assumed the child was already dead, with no evidence to that conclusion.

Even the Duckett family blames Grace for the suicide. But does this deter our valiant super-hero in the least? Nay! As Grace puts it, “truth is sometimes hard” and that point is valid. But this is what she calls “truth” and the means she must have used to find it: Along with driving the mother of a missing child to suicide (a strange super-power, granted) our noble champion Super Cunt can also read minds. She can talk to the dead, and even obtain confessions from them. Yep. This shameless twat actually went on Good Morning America and announced that Melinda probably killed herself from the guilt of killing her little boy.

In one fell swoop, CNN’s Nancy Grace solved the mystery of the missing toddler, identified the culprit, the fate of the child, and behold, voiced the very thoughts and confession of Melinda after she committed suicide. If she can speak to Melinda now, from beyond the grave, maybe Grace can ask her where the body is, if indeed, the child is dead? This is far from unusual for her.

Unethical conduct is the bread and butter of Nancy Grace, and it is surely the main reason CNN chose to hire her. Ethical conduct in the newsroom makes for poor ratings, perhaps? The former prosecutor has been reprimanded for unethical conduct by appellate judges at least three times, with one noting:

“We conclude that the conduct of the prosecuting attorney in this case demonstrated her disregard of the notions of due process and fairness, and was inexcusable,” Chief Justice Robert Benham. Carr v. State, 267 Ga. 701 (1997).

  • More on this nasal imbecile here. May 3, 2005: CNN’s Nancy Grace, a Former Georgia Prosecutor, Rapped by Federal Appeals Court a Third Time for Unethical Conduct

Melinda (Mindy) Duckett’s Suicide Notes

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By the time Nancy got through with Mindy Duckett, the mother of a missing child, Mindy penned a suicide note, took a shotgun with her into a closet and blew her head off. Even the Duckett family, whom Grace claims to have spoke for, blames her for the suicide.

 

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Suicide note to grandparents reveals Mindy was convinced the child was still alive, or at least held out hope that he was.

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