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ATLANTA – Nancy Grace announced she is going on hunger strike until Casey Anthony admits her guilt.

Oh, friend, it’s a tough day for Nancy Grace.  She is SO upset about the Casey Anthony verdict that she has holed up in her $5 million mansion and is refusing to eat until Casey Anthony confesses “to something.”

Grace is prepared to starve herself until there is justice for Caylee.

“Tot mom speaks, or I don’t eat.”  Grace said.

Grace repeated that the “devil is dancing” tonight and then told  her audience that the devil’s little helpers, the demons, are also dancing.  “And some of them are dancing on top of my head!”

Grace has forgiven the jury for their verdict – even though she still thinks they are all “morons’ – but she still wants justice for Caylee.

Some say that Grace is doing this to keep up her ratings.  The past month has been the best month ever for HLN, largely because of Grace.

“Make no mistake: Tuesday was Grace’s Super Bowl,” says Grace’s producer.

Nancy Grace has been credited with making the Casey Anthony case a national story. She has been outspoken in her belief that Anthony is guilty of murdering her daughter, despite the verdict.  She’s a former prosecutor with strong opinions about what went on in the Florida courtroom in the past few weeks.

Grace said that the “CSI effect” had tainted the jurors’ “tiny pea brains” and said she doesn’t “give a fig” about what Anthony’s defense team thinks about her.

About the case, Grace said:  “I’ve always said since 1984, when I started trying cases, you win or lose your case – it’s all over at the end of voir dire (jury selection). I’ve always believed that. It’s true. I think this jury hamstrung the state. The state absolutely put up a good case and I get real fed up when I hear this is a circumstantial case. Most cases are circumstantial because rarely do people commit felony crimes in the open. Murder, armed robbery, you do it in private, in secret, so very rarely is there an eyewitness or direct evidence to a crime.”

Grace was angry with the jury:  “I would ask them why they did what they did. I’d like to know why. Not that it’s going to make any difference. There’s no way to explain their verdict, no logical way. Maybe that’s the problem. I’m trying to apply logic to people who were illogical in their jury deliberations.”

“They’re morons. Certified morons,” said Grace.

Grace will not be eating “anything, not one morsel of food.”   Especially not crow…