Calm Down, Nancy Grace Is Just Doing Her Job Covering Idaho Murders
We all know that Nancy Grace doesn't hold back and when she sinks her teeth into something she's going to make sure that everyone knows that she's going in for the kill. Since day one Nancy Grace has been a voice for the four University of Idaho Students who were brutally murdered. It's been a journey since day one and it continues to weigh on a community of students, parents, and everyone who has been a part of this journey.A journey is exactly what Nancy Grace did. Earlier this week she made the trek to Moscow, Idaho to broadcast from in front of the crime scene.
Not only has she made her way to Moscow, Idaho to broadcast her show live from the scene but she's also made her way to several locations that victims used to frequent.
Her Twitter account also just shared some of the rolling hills in Idaho and she shared video footage and pictures from the crime scene.
She's even posed with pictures of those who came to leave flowers for the Idaho victims. Keep scrolling to see what annoys me!
Nancy Grace and the producers even drove "the route that #BryanChristopherKohberger allegedly drove the night of the Idaho murders".
While like every reporter who could and has done, Nancy Grace reporting in front of the home has drawn a lot of criticism. She not letting that stop her though from doing her job.
I don't know why people are so upset. As I mentioned every single local reporter to national reporter has set up in front of that house.
Here's what I can't believe, someone had the guts to put the murder scene into a video game, take a look for yourself.
Moscow Murder Scene Recreated in Popular Sims Video Game
A video has surfaced which gives a tour of the Moscow, Idaho home where 4 college students were tragically killed--as recreated in Sims. The creator shared that she hopes it does not offend anyone, but that it was her way of trying to help.
Inside the Moscow Murder Investigation