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Nancy Grace on Casey Anthony's Verdict: "Tot Mom's Lies Seemed to Have Worked"

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Jul. 5 2011, Published 11:02 a.m. ET

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Covering Casey Anthony's case hardcore was HLN's outspoken Nancy Grace and so it may come as no surprise that she has a very strong opinion on Casey's shocking "not guilty" verdict.

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"I absolutely cannot believe that Caylee’s death has gone unavenged," Nancy is heard saying today on CNN after the "not guilty" verdict was read (via Mediaite).

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"And there you see a group hug by the defendants. 'Tot Mom' will be walking free. She’s headed back to jail. Sentencing for a few lesser counts, false information she released, will take place 9 a.m. sharp Thursday morning," she explained. "And you gotta wonder what the state is thinking now. They gave it their all; they gave it 200 percent. They gave scientific evidence like none ever seen in the country before, behavioral evidence that knocked everybody off of their seat."

"But, in the end, Tot Mom’s lies seemed to have worked."

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And Nancy has been expressing the same sentiments on her Twitter account saying the verdict is "hard to believe."

Nancy also disagrees with the defense teams apparent celebration after the verdict writing, "#CaseyAnthony defense team #Jose Baez having party inside a bar right now- celebrating. I'm not preaching... but I think that's wrong."

Do you agree with Nancy?

Listen to Nancy's reaction while Casey's verdict was read in a video HERE!

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