Well, she created the award, so let's give her the first nomination. In this clip, Nancy Grace defends herself and goes further: suggesting, without any proof, that a dead woman's "guilt" prompted her to commit suicide after Grace's grilling of the woman on CNN. I have no idea what happened to the missing child. More important, neither does Nancy Grace. But the principle of her show is "guilty until proven innocent" and if a jury acquits, "guilty" anyway. This time, a possible suspect is dead possibly because of Grace. And a critical witness is no longer alive to help investigators. If you haven't seen the movie "Network" lately, it's worth renting again.

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