The TV journalist Nancy Grace, 63, took a lot of heat for setting up a makeshift office next to the house where four University of Idaho students were killed.

She arrived on the scene to deliver information in real time. However, some of her remarks angered online trolls.

Suspect Bryan Christopher Kohberger was found and arrested more than a month after the savage killings.

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In order to acquire a sense of the crime scene and give her followers updates, Grace, who has been following the case attentively, went to the residence at 1122 King Road.

The veteran reporter appeared to insist several times in the following tweets that “these girls never had a chance.” She later stated in a tweet, “A predator can get dangerously close to their windows. These girls never had a chance “and discussed various aspects of the scene.

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Grace received negative feedback online for establishing her mobile studio outside the house. 

Here are a few tweets:

However, the reaction to Grace’s arrival at the crime scene is very different than what News Nation reporter Brian Entin received when he went to the house in November.

Social media users were enlignetened when Entin, a lesser-known journalist who rose to fame after breaking the Gabby Petito story, stated that he was going to Idaho to follow the deaths.

In connection with the stabbing murders of Madison Mogen, 21, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, authorities had disclosed that Kohberger, 28, was charged with four counts of murder and one count of criminal burglary. His arrest in Pennsylvania after the deaths of the aforementioned individuals led to the charges. 

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While police have not made any public statements about Kohberger. According to the Associated Press, a Ph.D. student by the same name is listed in Washington State University’s Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology. This location is just across the state line from the University of Idaho.