After her low-scoring Dancing with the Stars performance last night, Nancy Grace was in no mood to be kind to Dr. Conrad Murray, who had just been convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.
“When he gets out, I got news for him… God’s gonna get him. He’s gonna be miserable. He can run but he can’t hide. Hey! He and Casey Anthony can have a tea party in four years,” she said.
Grace had similar thoughts after Casey Anthony was acquitted, saying that “the devil is dancing tonight.”
Grace actually thinks that Murray got off easy, as he can only be sentenced to a maximum of four years in jail.
“Well, once I found out it was a guilty verdict that’s really all I needed to know,” Grace said. “I only wish it had been murder one, because murder one deserves life behind bars, not four years.”
Grace had said that she has been following the case from the beginning and that it is actually one of the reasons why she decided to take part in Dancing with the Stars, as it takes place in Los Angeles, as does the trial. “I’ve been talking about Michael Jackson since he was charged with child molestation. I made it very clear what I thought after I read the autopsy report and all the state’s and defense’s evidence. So yes, of course, I would have liked to have weighed in on the verdict. But I’ve weighed in on what I thought the verdict would be, including what it would be and when it would come in. And luckily, I was two for two.”