Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by R.P. McMurphy, Apr 25, 2014.
Nancy Grace is a monstrous woman both inside and out!
...i love to hate nasty grunt.
Yolandi's taking over Dawgs!
Nancy Grace should be burned at the stake
Nancy Grace? Satan come in many forms..............
It was Murphy that turned me on to her............Thank You!!!
I'm impressed with how Sam has progressed in his career. When he was an intern and when he first got hired by o&a i wasn't a big fan. His voice bothered me and just generally irritated me. I have to say overtime he definitely won me over and now i actually enjoy what he brings to the show. I believe he was hired by the new WWE channel as a talking head/analyst.
I love the way he looks into the camera when he says "Cunt" Like he hopes she sees this.......
F Marry Kill
http://observer.com/2006/03/did-nancy-grace-tv-crimebuster-muddy-her-myth/ Full story
Nancy Grace was engaged to a man named Keith Griffin. He was murdered in Georgia. And the man who killed him is serving a life sentence. In that, Ms. Grace’s version lines up with the official records from the Georgia Bureau of Investigations, newspaper articles from the time of the murder, and interviews with many of those involved in the case. But those same sources contradict Ms. Grace when it comes to other salient facts of the crime and the trial—the facts that form the basis of Ms. Grace’s crusade against an impotent, criminal-coddling legal system.
• Griffin was shot not by a random robber, but by a former co-worker.
• The killer, Tommy McCoy, was 19, not 24, and had no prior convictions.
• Mr. McCoy confessed to the crime the evening he was arrested.
• The jury convicted in a matter of hours, not days.
• Prosecutors asked for the death penalty, but didn’t get it, because Mr. McCoy was mildly retarded.
• Mr. McCoy never had an appeal; he filed a habeas application five years ago, and after a hearing it was rejected.
Ms. Grace has also misreported the date of the incident—it was in 1979, not 1980—and has given Griffin’s age as 25 when it was 23.
In her previous career, as an assistant district attorney in Atlanta from 1987 to 1996, Ms. Grace was cited three times for sloppy trial practices. She argued hundreds of jury trials and never lost one—another chapter in her mythic back-story.
But in 2005, the 11th Circuit Court in Georgia declared that Ms. Grace had “played fast and loose” with facts in her 1990 triple-murder prosecution of Herbert Connell Stephens. In 1997, the Georgia Supreme Court overturned an arson-murder verdict, finding Ms. Grace had withheld evidence from the defense; in 1994, the same court had overturned her conviction of a heroin trafficker, finding problems with her closing argument.
WHAT HAPPENED TO KEITH GRIFFIN THAT DAY, Ms. Grace told Tim Russert in 2005, was this: “[H]e was, I guess you would say, mugged by someone—he didn’t even know him—and shot five times.”
“All this for $35?” Mr. Russert asked later in the interview.
“Thirty-five dollars,” Ms. Grace replied. “Thirty-five dollars.”
Ms. Grace also told Mr. Russert, “The man that murdered Keith was a repeat offender, and I thought the system had failed Keith.”
She had given the same message to a New York Times reporter in 2004: “The person that murdered Keith had several incidents with the law, and somebody let him slip through their fingers.”
And she told it to Larry King in 2003: “This perpetrator had been in and out of trouble. And I always wonder, if someone had cared about the case—not necessarily throw them behind bars and toss the key, but to rehab the person, or to throw them behind bars, to get him off the street.”
Cut off my Kawk, Jump from a second story............Live the rest of my life Kawk-Less, But with my dignity............
Please.....Everyone knows he killed himself, Wouldn't you?................
Marry Coulter ($$$$)
I can't deal with the "Smug".........Got's my pride Bro................
She does have one of those faces that you just want to punch... repeatably.
That's it. I'm sold! I'm getting my DDP Yoga on, ASAP.