The Eleventh Victim author Nancy Grace thinks the punishment of Dr. Conrad Murray is not enough.

Nancy Grace

Nancy Grace,  American legal commentator, television host, television journalist, and former prosecutor, has said God will punish Conrad Murray, the doctor who who was found guilty Monday of involuntary manslaughter in the June 2009 death of Michael Jackson.

Grace, 52, believes Dr. Conrad Murray has more important things to worry about than prison time. She told  Us Weekly backstage at Monday's Dancing With the Stars just hours after a jury of seven men and five women declared that Murray, 58, was criminally negligent in his use of the anesthetic propofol, “God is going to get him. He’s going to be miserable. He can run but he can’t hide. He and Casey Anthony can have a tea party when he gets out in four years.”

According to CBS, Murray faces a sentence of up to four years in prison for involuntary manslaughter. Murray is filing an appeal in an effort to reduce his sentence to house arrest. But even if Murray gets the full sentence, Nancy Grace won’t be satisfied. Grace argues that house arrest is not the proper punishment for Murray, whose legal team plans to appeal his verdict. "I don't think that's fair," she told Us of the lighter sentencing option. "In fact, I think that he should have gotten murder one with propofol as a deadly weapon, and should have spent life behind bars."

The King of Pop's June 25, 2009 death was caused by "acute propofol intoxication," an L.A. County coroner ruled. As his personal physician, Murray had been administering the powerful surgical anesthetic to the singer  every night for the last two months of his life, in order to combat his insomnia. Nancy, the author of 'The Eleventh Victim,' is just to axpect more serious punishment for this so called doctor.

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