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Jodi Arias in the News Again

Nancy Grace from Crime Online was talking about Jodi Arias today. I only heard a few minutes while in Best Buy, but I believe Jodi is trying to appeal her conviction again. 114 more words

Real Life

Nancy Grace Joins Fox Nation Streaming Service

Nancy Grace is teaming up with Fox News subscription streaming service, Fox Nation.

The longtime legal analyst and former Fulton County, Georgia prosecutor is set to bring her SIRIUS XM show, … 127 more words

Breaking News

Hailey Dean Mystery: Murder, with Love (2016)

Plot: Hailey Dean (Kellie Martin) has moved from the prosecutor’s office to a therapist’s office, where still helps those in need, just in a different fashion. 566 more words

Episode 8-Rise Above Hate

https://realcrimenet.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/episode8.mp3

This week Trench talks about the ignorant bigotry (bignorantry?) against trans people in this country. He also discusses Nancy Grace’s regrettable return to the airwaves along with one of the crimes she discussed on the first episode of her new show. 104 more words

Podcast

Nancy Grace to poison the airwaves again

There are a number of people who I don’t like to give attention to because it’s what they crave. The first is the Westboro Baptist Church which is kind of hard to do since I moved to the city they’re headquartered in. 309 more words

Trench Report

Nancy Grace Vows To Expose Wrongful Accusations, Botched Cases In New Oxygen Series

Nancy Grace plans to tackle crime and injustice with her new Oxygen series Injustice with Nancy Grace.

Each episode of the true crime series will expose wrongful accusations, botched investigations, suppressed evidence, unclear motives and unjust sentences, according to Oxygen’s description of the show. 270 more words

News

CRIMECON: Nancy Grace explains why the slaughter of a Colorado family captured America's Attention

Nancy Grace is right. In order to study a case, to really get to grips with it, you have to spend a lot of time reading, listening and thinking. 254 more words

Chris Watts