CNN’s Nancy Grace Sued Over ‘Grilling’ that ‘Led to Suicide’

When does an aggressive interviewer go too far? Guess we’ll find out with this wrongful death lawsuit:

"Relatives of a mother who committed suicide after CNN’s Nancy Grace aggressively questioned her about the disappearance of her son sued the network and the talk-show host Tuesday, accusing Grace of pushing the woman over the edge.

"Melinda Duckett shot herself to death on Sept. 8, one day after taping a segment on Grace’s CNN Headline News show in which Grace interrogated Duckett about her whereabouts on the August day that 2-year-old Trenton Duckett was reported missing. The network aired the segment after Melinda Duckett’s death.

"Investigators have since named Melinda Duckett as the prime suspect in his disappearance."

CNN has mostly supported Grace; others perhaps not so much. What do you think?

One Reply to “CNN’s Nancy Grace Sued Over ‘Grilling’ that ‘Led to Suicide’”

  1. Nancy Grace’s general methodologies sicken me to the core, I’d rather leta pedophile babysit my kid than to allow my children to view her show. I think that they’d be safer in the company of a molester, rather than to be exposed to the philosophy of a mindless hate. I am not convinced that Trenton Duckett is dead, and if he is still alive, then how do we explain that his mother was sacrificed as a burnt offering to the Gods of entertainment at the cable news network ?

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