Thursday, September 14, 2006

Nancy Grace is Kevorkian of the Airwaves

Dozens of parents with missing children are cancelling scheduled appearances on CNN's Nancy Grace television show, fearful she will drive them to kill themselves with her mystical powers of antagonism and deranged incrimination.

"She's like Jim Jones, Grigori Rasputin and Jack Kevorkian all rolled into one scary meat bag of pre-menopause false indignation. No way am I going on that show," said Walter Parker, father of a missing 18-month old girl.

Parker was planning on being a guest on Grace's show in the hopes of bringing attention to his cause. He wants to spread the word about finding the "average-looking black guy" who allegedly abducted his severely birth-defected daughter during a late night fishing trip Parker took alone with his daughter while the rest of his family attended a Fourth of July celebration. Parker is offering a $50,000 reward for the capture of the kidnapper, which will be funded from the $2 million life insurance policy he plans to collect.


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