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Nancy Grace Reacts To Casey Anthony Verdict

Nancy Grace, who nicknamed Casey Anthony “Tot Mom”, has spoken out against today’s shocking not guilty verdict.

According to Huffington Post, Grace says she was more shocked by today’s acquittal of Anthony than she was by the O.J. Simpson trial verdict. She said there is no way justice was served. Grace has been following this case closely for a long time, and her outrage over the verdict echoes what many people have been saying on Twitter all afternoon.

Huffington Post reports on Grace’s reaction, saying:

Narrating the denouement of 33-day trial, Grace said that she was more stunned by the outcome of the case than when O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of murdering his ex-wife and a friend in 1995. The body of Anthony’s daughter, Caylee, was discovered in woods near her family’s home in December 2008. Anthony’s defense team alleged that Caylee had drowned.

Grace railed against the 25-year-old Anthony, whom she nicknamed “Tot Mom.” “It’s tough when you think about Caylee and you think about this evidence and you think about all those days that Tot Mom went about partying as if Caylee had never existed,” she said.

Grace isn’t the only one outraged. Celebs have been responding to the verdict all over the Internet, as have regular moms and bloggers.

After carefully following this case, one imagines Grace will have a lot more to say. She will be focusing on the trial, and the verdict, tonight on her show at 8. As @babyrabies put it on Twitter, “Nancy Grace makes me want to choke myself with the nearest pacifier, but I think I’m going to HAVE to watch her show tonight.”

Will you be watching?

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