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Saturday, 18 October 2008

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FBI mugshot of Nancy Grace on the Smoking Pistrol website

FBI raided the offices of the Nancy Grace show yesterday and placed Headline News Cable TV's Nancy Grace in handcuffs. Grace was arrested regarding the kidnapping Caylee Anthony.

That same evening Nancy Grace's home was also raided and her twins were taking into protective custody.

The Smoking Pistol website had the all the details of the arrest and Grace's mug shot on the site. Smoking Pistol reports that the authorities found a cheap woman's weave made of Cuban human hair with bad highlights and a phony work permit in the name of Zenida Gonzales at the residence of Nancy Grace hidden under mounds of Anne Nicole Smith paraphernalia.

The site reports that Nancy Grace was taken kicking and screaming. She was yelling to her assistant to get California bounty hunter Leonard Padilla on the line and have him bail her out as she was led out. Once Grace knew this was a great moment to get more ratings she screamed at her camera to catch all the action so she could talk about the arrest for several months to bored housewives.

Casey Anthony's lawyer, Jose Baez, suddenly called for a news conference and demanded his client be released. He said "It appears there was a Zenida Gonzales after all. We just didn't suspect that the mysterious Zenida Gonzales would be Nancy Grace herself".

The Smoking Pistol reports that Nancy Grace had kidnapped Caylee Anthony so she could create massive ratings for her own show on Cable TV.

Also found at Nancy Grace's residence were copies of fake birth certificates that were not filled out and a rolodex of famous celebrities who recently had babies, including Clay Aiken and Angelina Jolie.

Authorities did not offer any details on the whereabouts of Caylee Anthony, because Nancy Grace was still being interrogated.

The Smoking Pistol documents that authorities told them that Nancy Grace not only had kidnapped Caylee Anthony but it was also discovered that Grace was part of an elaborate baby selling, drug dealing and murder for hire business on the side besides hosting her show on Cable TV on Headline News.

It was also reported that Grace hired people to protest in front of Casey Anthony's parents home, to give the case more sense of drama, but it was reported that Grace was so cheap the protesters had to pay for their gas to get to Casey's parents home.

The FBI started to suspect Grace was behind many of the cases that she highlighted on her show when they tailed Drew Peterson, the policeman with the missing young wife, and photographed Peterson handing Grace an envelope stuffed with thousand dollar bills at a Bolingbrook Denny's.

That started the whole investigation toward Nancy Grace being the culprit in many of her most famous cases on her show. The Smoking Pistol said that the authorities had found records that showed that Nancy Grace had sold prescription drugs to Howard Stern, the lawyer for Anne Nicole Smith.

Grace was also part owner of the stripper service in Durham, North Carolina, that Crystal Gail Mangum worked for when she went to perform for the Duke Lacrosse Team. Grace had been angered that her girls had been stiffed by the young men.

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