The AP’s has a piece about Nancy Grace timed for release on Monday, but the article has already snuck online in a couple places.
“The prime-time prosecutor continues to focus nearly full-time on Melinda Duckett, piling up evidence to point to the Florida woman’s guilt in the disappearance of her 2-year-old son, Trenton, all with the support of her bosses at CNN Headline News,” David Bauder writes.
Grace wouldn’t talk to Bauder directly. But in a statement, she said she remains “dedicated to the ongoing fight for crime victims everywhere.”
And the story notes that Grace “averaged 689,000 viewers the first three days of the week, comfortably above the show’s third quarter average of 534,000 viewers…”
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