Article about Nancy Grace settlement

I found this long article about the possible impact the Nancy Grace/Melinda Duckett settlement could have. As I have blogged before, Melinda is the prime suspect in her son Trenton‘s disappearance. She killed herself after Nancy Grace ripped into her for the TV show, and her parents sued, saying Nancy Grace was to blame. The settlement, as far as I can tell, doesn’t benefit them at all — all the money goes to fund the search for Trenton, and will be given to him if he’s ever found.

(I need to find some way to do a “possibly related posts” thingy. I’m tired of recapping a case every single time I blog about it.)

4 thoughts on “Article about Nancy Grace settlement

  1. Princess Shantae November 19, 2010 / 12:11 pm

    Couldn’t you post a link to the piece you wrote before, like you post links to the cases on your site or articles you want to show us?

    • Meaghan November 19, 2010 / 1:01 pm

      This would require me having to look up the individual posts and copy the URLs and stuff. Which might take longer than just re-stating the basic facts of the case.

  2. Jaime November 19, 2010 / 4:28 pm

    walb.com has an article about the valdosta police searching a body in a condemned house. the article is titled Police search condemned home for body. They say a 28 year old woman was reporting missing in the neighborhood on May 4, 1989. The only problems with the article is they do not supply the name of the woman and they have no pictures. Im like why wouldnt you at least provide the name.

    • Meaghan November 19, 2010 / 4:41 pm

      Yeah, I saw that. She’s not one of mine.

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