TMZ Live: Harvey Attacks Nancy, Joan Attacks Harvey

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TMZ Live: Harvey Attacks Nancy, Joan Attacks Harvey
7/6/2011 11:30 AM PDT by TMZ Staff  

Today on "TMZ Live," Joan Rivers and Harvey battled it out over the Casey Anthony verdict ... after Nancy Grace had the audacity to say she "KNOWS" Casey is guilty.

And Harvey and Charles take on child advocate Susan Moss -- a Nancy Grace screamer -- who claims at an extremely high decibel level the jury botched it.





Go Harvey, go Harvey! Yes, Nancy Disgrace IS an idiot!
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Thank you for sharing this story with us.

I am so thankful to see Harvey speaking wisely about this issue. Nancy Grace should not be on the air. Period. Her and Diane Dimond are loud mouth women who make no sense at all. They remind me of the verse in Proverbs where it compares an annoying woman to a dripping faucet.

I always try to be nice but I just don't understand why these women are still on the air and why people continue to buy what they are trying to sell.

Harvey - you have our support!
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Quote from: "voiceforthesilent"
Thank you for sharing this story with us.

I am so thankful to see Harvey speaking wisely about this issue. Nancy Grace should not be on the air. Period. Her and Diane Dimond are loud mouth women who make no sense at all. They remind me of the verse in Proverbs where it compares an annoying woman to a dripping faucet.

I always try to be nice but [highlight=#bfff40:28j8fhqr]I just don't understand why these women are still on the air and why people continue to buy what they are trying to sell.[/highlight:28j8fhqr]
Harvey - you have our support!
cause good news doesn't sell. lolol/
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This doesn't imply good things about MJ's trial.  Harvey mentioned that the jury in O.J.'s trial believed he did it, but because they had reasonable doubt they legally had to say 'Not Guilty'.  This suggests that similarly the jury really believed Michael was guilty, but because of reasonable doubt they had to let him go. :x  Was it Diane Sawyer or Diane Demon who interviewed the group of the MJ trial jurors, and they seemed to indicate that?  Mind you it seemed she goaded them on with her Nancy Grace style confidence of his guilt. In this Casey trial what I didn't hear anyone say is what exactly were the details calling for reasonable doubts and her innocence in her case, only the many clear facts pointing to her guilt. This would change our perspective. We learned about the Chandler's lying for money history and other evidence of MJ being framed, but the public didn't. Thus again --trial by media. I agree, Harvey's right.
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Good for Harvey ! I can't stand Nancy Grace, her initials are NAG and she lives up to that every time she goes on air. & Joan Rivers.. ugh. Don't even get me started on her !
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Good for Harvey ! I can't stand Nancy Grace, her initials are NAG and she lives up to that every time she goes on air. & Joan Rivers.. ugh. Don't even get me started on her !

 :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  I love that...NAG
I know, Joan Rivers, I can't stand her either, every time I am watching E!, her damn face is always there.
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Quote from: "MJonmind"
This doesn't imply good things about MJ's trial.  Harvey mentioned that the jury in O.J.'s trial believed he did it, but because they had reasonable doubt they legally had to say 'Not Guilty'.  This suggests that similarly the jury really believed Michael was guilty, but because of reasonable doubt they had to let him go. :x  Was it Diane Sawyer or Diane Demon who interviewed the group of the MJ trial jurors, and they seemed to indicate that?  Mind you it seemed she goaded them on with her Nancy Grace style confidence of his guilt. In this Casey trial what I didn't hear anyone say is what exactly were the details calling for reasonable doubts and her innocence in her case, only the many clear facts pointing to her guilt. This would change our perspective. We learned about the Chandler's lying for money history and other evidence of MJ being framed, but the public didn't. Thus again --trial by media. I agree, Harvey's right.

I don't think anyone on the jury in MJ's case believed he was guilty though. I get what you're saying, but if people do their own research they will see it wasn't at all the same as the OJ trial. The difference being that not only was there not enough evidence to convict MJ..there was MADE UP evidence. Things that were presented made a lot of the public believe Michael was guilty, but the jury got to see things for what they really were. That's why I keep saying this Casey thing is ridiculous...things are never what they appear to be and in my opinion, the entire case is being used as a distraction by the media/government. What else is going on that they don't want us paying attention to? Hmmm...
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