There is at least one article on Wikipedia that reads like tabloid journalism. John H. Gohde recently laid out the ground work for exposing this write up on his Nancy Grace is NOT Squeaky Clean post. If you find that this article reads like juicy tabloid journalism then you should really check out Wikipedia’s discussion page.
Wikipedians are actually whining that it ain’t fair. Nancy Grace being such a yellow journalist is making their article seem all negative. Many of the trolls are actually saying that since Nancy Grace is so negative in real life that it is perfectly okay for their article to be likewise totally negative about her.
The article in Wikipedia could easily be even more negative then it currently is.
Nancy Grace’s coverage of the Benoit murders enraged a lot of wrestling fans. Chris Benoit was a pro wrester who was reportedly taking anabolic steroids. Chris one day decided to murder his entire family. Nancy was making easy money on this story with her roid rage slant for a very long time.
And who could ever forget Nancy’s coverage of the JonBenet Ramsey murder case?
NANCY GRACE: “Christmas 1996, 6-year-old beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey found strangled, apparently molested and beaten to death in the basement of her Boulder, Colorado home. Ten years later, still no justice. Tonight, inside the decade-long investigation, the crime, the clues, the multiple suspects, including the recent arrest and release of former school teacher John Mark Karr, Karr totally consumed with the life and the death of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey.”
Nancy Grace took off after Britney Spears for partying night after night with Paris Hilton even though she’s involved in a child custody case with estranged husband Kevin Federline. Do not forget how Nancy liked to comment on Britney running around all the time without any panties on.