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Jaycee Lee Dugard - abductors Phillip & Nancy Garrido

Post  fred on Thu 27 Aug - 18:33

No doubt, this will be on Gerry blog in the near future, stories like this will keep the spin alive!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1209488/Woman-walks-Sheriffs-office-claims-girl-abducted-aged-11-1991.html


Dig deep into the fund you plebs, she will be found alive. :lala:
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Post  fishie on Thu 27 Aug - 18:48

For the Jaycee's family I hope it is her.And that they can make up the lost years.
But even the mail mentions the John Barnes case where despite his 'memories' of being snatched matching those of his mother,DNA proved he wasn't Stephen Dammen.
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Post  Susan on Thu 27 Aug - 18:59

Local police and the FBI have stated that they believe they have the persons responsible for Dugard's abduction in custody. They have yet to name the suspects, but The Charley Project gives a list of past persons-of-interest in the Dugard abduction:

* James Anthony Daveggio and former girlfriend Michelle Michaud - the couple was convicted of raping and killing another girl and according to Charley Project, they are awaiting execution. Michaud is said to fit the description of the female suspect who abducted Jaycee Dugard in 1991.

* Stephen Kiesle - Kiesle, a former priest, became a suspect just 7 years ago, but police were unable to connect him to the abduction.

* Brian David Mitchell and Wanda Barzee - Yep, that's right; the same couple charged with abducting Elizabeth Smart from her Salt Lake City home in 2002.

The story of Jaycee Lee Dugard's return from the ranks of the missing is still developing. Keep checking this blog for updates.

http://www.truecrimereport.com/2009/08/18_years_later_has_jaycee_lee.php
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Post  Susan on Thu 27 Aug - 19:07

Timeline: Jaycee Lee Dugard kidnapping

Jaycee Lee Dugard’s kidnapping from her South Lake Tahoe bus stop 18 years ago quickly became one of the area’s most high profile crimes, the tragedy of which gripped the community as detectives searched for leads that remained scarce for nearly two decades. Here’s a timeline of the case:

June 11, 1991: Jaycee Lee is snatched just 1,500 feet from her home by a couple driving a gun-metal gray sedan. Her step-father Carl Probyn witnessed the kidnapping from his garage and attempted to chase the couple on his bicycle.

June 12, 1991: Clutching her daughter’s stuffed pink bunny rabbit, Jaycee Lee’s mother Terry Probyn goes before reporters and television cameras to plead for her daughter’s safe return. A car fitting the description of the suspect’s vehicle, with a young girl sleeping in the back seat, is spotted at Fallen Leaf Lake.

June 14, 1991: The case is profiled on America’s Most Wanted, resulting in hundreds of tips to police.

Aug. 10, 1991: More than 250 people hold a candlelight vigil to show support for Jaycee Lee and her family.

Aug. 24, 1991: The FBI questions two suspects in Ceres, Calif., just south of Modesto, but find no connection to the case.

Nov. 25, 1991: People Magazine profiles the kidnapping in a three-page spread.

Jan. 1992: A Gardnerville musician records a song “Jaycee Lee” to help raise money for the search.

June 10, 1992: A candlelight vigil is held to commemorate the one-year anniversary of Jaycee Lee’s disappearance. In the months since the kidnapping, her friends and family have mailed more than 1.2 million photos of Jaycee Lee across the country.

June 10, 2001: More than 100 people bearing pink ribbons in honor of Jaycee Lee’s favorite color march down U.S. Highway 50 in South Lake Tahoe to mark the 10-year anniversary of her disappearance.

June 2002: Investigators dig up the yard of a Truckee priest accused of molesting three girls in the 1970s, searching for clues to Jaycee Lee’s disappearance and that of another girl who had gone missing in Northern California. No connection is found.

Aug. 26, 2009: A 29-year-old woman walks in to a Contra Costa County law enforcement office, claims she is Jaycee Lee and says she was kidnapped 18 years ago.
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Post  steve1295 on Thu 27 Aug - 19:43

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Post  wjk on Thu 27 Aug - 22:53

Just seen this on the ITV news.
I didn't know about the 2 kiddies.

I wonder what the whole story will be? It's a strange one!
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Post  wjk on Thu 27 Aug - 23:32

Breaking news on Sky..she had 2 daughters with the suspect and lived in out buildings in his backyard.
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 2:20

Can there be justice for a kidnapping victim found 18 years later?

August 27, 8:46 PM

It's both an amazing and sickening story out of northern California: The return of a kidnap victim 18 years later.

Jaycee Lee Dugard (du-GUARD) was kidnapped at age 11 near her South Lake Tahoe home on Jun 10, 1991 and wasn't seen again despite a massive search, nationwide publicity and one of the largest police investigations in the region. Then, by sheer luck, she's identified by law enforcement and her kidnappers are arrested.

That would be Phillip and Nancy Garrido (guh-REE-doh) 58 and 55, respectively, arrested after he was brought to a parole office in Concord, accompanied by a woman and two small children. But there are many disturbing details of this story.

Jaycee was held captive the entire 18 years in Antioch, CA, (a Bay Area suburb). Garrido, a registered sex offender, had been brought in for questioning because someone reported suspicious activity involving him and the two children the day before at the U-C Berkeley campus. It turns out the two children were Jaycee's. She was raped by Garrido. She and the children spent most of their lives in tents and sheds in a hidden backyard behind the Garrido house, accessible only through a very narrow opening covered by a tarp. One of the sheds was completely soundproof. They couldn't be seen from any angle, either from the street or from homes in the neighborhood.

One investigating officer said, "You could walk through the house and through the back yard and never know there was another set of living circumstances in that backyard." Both suspects (Phillip and Nancy Garrido pictured below) are in custody on assorted kidnapping, rape and conspiracy charges.



Now what?

This story is likely to unfold over many weeks and months, from the details about how an 11-year-old could be kept imprisoned without neighbors becoming suspicious to the reunification with her original family. Personally, I can't think of any punishment that would deliver any measure of justice. It's rare for an 18-year-old kidnap case to end with a reunion which is what makes this story so amazing, but the event prior to that are what makes this story so sickening. And most difficult of all, trying to find some level of closure that delivers an appropriate justice.

We often are confronted with heinous crimes like these and in an effort to make sense out of what happened, we try to determine an appropriate action. In other words, what is justice?

Doing justice is something which we wrestle with frequently in our society and it is such a difficult task for us. Some people who believe doing justice is an uncomplicated phenomenon. Just take the harshest possible sentence and administer it to someone who has made you angry by their actions and you will have balanced the scales of justice. It doesn't happen. That's revenge, but it's not justice.

We may rest easier if we try, convict and execute the kidnappers with all possible haste. Personally, I'd be happy to "pull the switch." That might make a lot of us sleep better at night, but it does nothing to undo what has happened to the victims --Jaycee and now, two children. Her life was taken from her; the two children have never had a real childhood.

Real justice would be some sort of resolution and peace for the victims. I don't know if that's even possible, and that makes this a difficult matter for us. There is no explanation, no excuse for what the Garridos did. We want one, but there is none. It's a level of closure that doesn't exist.

For the family -- Jaycee, for her parents, for these two children-- this will be a very long road. Jaycee and these two children had virtually no life they could call their own. The two children called Jaycee, Alyssa. Their world was the secluded quarters of a cloistered backyard. In cases like this, victims are taught by their abductors to lie all the time --lie about where they are, who they are, where they're from. They have no identity.

And you find in abduction cases of this magnitude, where someone is reunited after many years, that the parents who lost their child have much to overcome. They've come to accept they'll never see their child again. Experts in these matters will tell you from experience that it's very hard for the parents when they've gone through so much emotionally in accepting their child's death only to discover that death never occurred. And now you have a child on your hands that after maybe five, 10 or 15 years, both physically and emotionally, you no longer recognize, you no longer know. You come to terms with your child being alive, which is wonderful, but dealing with the terrible trauma that the child has been through that makes her unrecognizable. You are revisited by all the guilt and second guessing you went through at the time of the abduction --all of it undeserved.

In some cases it can represent a gap between mother and child that cannot be bridge. They remain, in effect, strangers --in other words, no closure for the people who deserve it the most. They surely deserve that closure far more than we do in seeking something like the simple execution of two perpetrators. The execution of the kidnappers does nothing to bring back what the victims have lost.

Find a way to resolve that problem with easy measure, and then, I think you've achieved some level of justice. This isn't exactly a story you can say has a happy ending; it's far from over. Add to this the pressure of a meddling media uninterested in respecting the family's privacy and it's clear the many chapters still to be written in this story are fraught with land mines, making the search for "justice" that much harder, and perhaps impossible.

http://www.examiner.com/x-15870-Populist-Examiner~y2009m8d27-Can-there-be-justice-for-a-kidnapping-victim-found-18-years-later

Police press conference on the Duggard kidnapping and arrest

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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 3:05

Garrido's Blog :shock:

http://voicesrevealed.blogspot.com/
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Post  Justiceforallkids on Fri 28 Aug - 3:24

i heard aboutt this she has kids with the abductor???
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 5:09

Suspect (Phillip Garrido) On The Phone To News Channel

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Post  lynn on Fri 28 Aug - 6:32

The young lady had two children by her abductor, aged 15 and 11 yrs. according to the media. Hope it is her and that the two children are rescued as well.
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Post  Sprite on Fri 28 Aug - 6:57

Lincoln wrote:Of course this would give hope to the McCann's as it would give hope to parents of missing children all over the world. Yes this child was abducted and yes she was abducted by a paedophile and his wife. I can't imagine what she has had to endure over the past 18 years, if the reports of her childrens ages are correct, it means that she would have been around 14 when she gave birth to her first child but SHE IS ALIVE!

How many other missing children are being held prisoner, hidden away by animals like these? The list is growing, Shawn Hornbeck, Natascha Kampusch, Elizabeth Smart and now Jaycee Lee Dugard.

They all have one thing in common though - they were much older when abducted. The reason for taking them would have been different.

So no - I dont think it gives any more reason to hope in Madeleines case - especially as I dont believe there was an abduction in the first place.

*Edited once for appalling spelling !
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Post  fred on Fri 28 Aug - 7:31

[quote]This girl might have had children with her abductor and her mother and stepfather will have to look upon those children knowing the abductor of their daughter is also their son in law?

Brings a whole new meaning to keeping it in the family!
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Post  ann_chovey on Fri 28 Aug - 8:30

Mark Williams- Thomas just on Sky, don't think he mentioned the McCanns, but didn't hear all the interview? No sign of Clarence saying Kate and Gerry hopeful/bouyed etc.
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Post  Dimsie on Fri 28 Aug - 8:43

Lincoln wrote:Yes this is hopeful, would you prefer that she was dead? Do you think her parents are not overjoyed that she has been found alive, that they would rather she was dead because she now has two children to her abuser? Do you think that she is in some way tainted because since being abducted at the age of 11 years old she has been subjected to sexual abuse? Would you not want your child returned to you alive, no matter what horror she had been through?
Of course anyone would want their child back, no matter what has happened in the in-between years, but doesn't this and similar cases show the reality of abduction, rather than the fairytale version consistently spun by the McCanns? The reality is misery, fear, abuse, imprisonment ... everyone knows no one kidnaps a child for any good purpose. So why in the name of heaven do the McCanns bang on about 'unharmed, treated like a princess, giving them her tuppenceworth', etc? Why are they so determined not to admit what they and everyone else knows happens to abducted children? Could it be that they don't want any blame for the life of misery their daughter would undoubtedly be suffering to attach to themselves, their lack of childcare arrangements having been shown to be so woefully inadequate?

Also, knowing this reality - and it was something Gerry himself did acknowledge in the early days when he talked of paedophiles gangs - how could they smile and laugh in the infamous church photos, play tennis, go jogging and timing themselves, grin while holding up the t-shirt with Madeleine's photo on it, talk about her disappearance with such casualness (cluck! whoosh!), etc.? How could any parents behave like this, knowing the reality of her suffering if she was in the clutches of an abductor?
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Post  ann_chovey on Fri 28 Aug - 9:01

CM was quick out of the blocks last night........

Their spokesman said last night: 'Kate and Gerry always draw great strength from any child being found alive no matter how long after the event of them going missing.
'This will come as extremely encouraging news to them and I know they will be very interested in learning more details.
'Without commenting on the specifics of this young lady's case, I know they will wish her well and hope her case is resolved as quickly and effectively as possible.'
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Post  snowflake on Fri 28 Aug - 9:02

ann_chovey wrote:CM was quick out of the blocks last night........

Their spokesman said last night: 'Kate and Gerry always draw great strength from any child being found alive no matter how long after the event of them going missing.
'This will come as extremely encouraging news to them and I know they will be very interested in learning more details.
'Without commenting on the specifics of this young lady's case, I know they will wish her well and hope her case is resolved as quickly and effectively as possible.'

Think everyone would wish her well
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Post  ann_chovey on Fri 28 Aug - 9:18

I for one do wish her well I'd like to make that clear. But why does CM have to put his oar into every single case of a missing/resurfaced person , regardless of age, circumstance, country, ethnicity, and comment on it straightaway?
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Post  Justiceforallkids on Fri 28 Aug - 9:26

australian yahoos front headline and title of this

Victim's story ''heart-warming''

A US man accused of fathering two children with a woman he held prisoner for 18 years has spoken out
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A convicted rapist accused of kidnapping a girl and keeping her hidden in his backyard for 18 years said what took place in his home was "a disgusting thing".

Phillip Garrido is being held by investigators on suspicion of kidnapping Jaycee Lee Dugard, the little girl who went missing nearly two decades ago before being found alive in the US yesterday.

Investigators believe Dugard, 29, had been kept as a sex slave by Garrido and forced to have two children.

Garrido, a registered sex offender and convicted rapist, is in police custody along with his wife Nancy Garrido, 54. Police believe she was present during the alleged kidnapping in South Lake Tahoe, California.

Garrido, who is on lifetime parole, told local station KCRA-TV he had turned his life around.

"Wait until you hear the story of what took place at this house," Mr Garrido said.

"You are going to be completely impressed. It's a disgusting thing that took place with me at the beginning. But I turned my life completely around and to be able to understand that, you have to start there."

"And you're going to find the most powerful story coming from the witness, the victim - you wait. If you take this a step at a time, you're going to fall over backwards and in the end, you're going to find the most powerful heart-warming story."

Dugard, who was 11 in 1991 when she was reportedly snatched from her school bus stop, was locked away from the outside world behind a series of fences, sheds and tents in the back of a suburban home.

Her abductor, investigators said, raped her for years and fathered two children with her, the first when Dugard was about 14.

Those children, both girls now 11 and 15, also were kept hidden away in the backyard compound, El Dorado County Undersheriff Fred Kollar said.

Dugard was discovered on Wednesday after a chance encounter between police and Garrido.

Dugard was reunited with her family on Thursday, but the family was also learning that their smiling, blue-eyed, blonde pony tailed little girl had spent most of her life in captivity.

"She was in good health, but living in a backyard for the past 18 years does take its toll," Kollar said.

The backyard compound had electricity from extension cords and a rudimentary toilet and shower, "as if you were camping", Kollar said.

Garrido's compound was located in Antioch, a city of 100,000 about 270 kilometres from Dugard's family's home.

The house was cordoned off with police tape on Thursday as it was searched by FBI agents and the El Dorado County Sheriff's Department.

Police also found a car hidden in the backyard that matched the description originally given of the vehicle driven by Dugard's kidnappers.

"The tents and outhouses in the backyard were placed in a strategic arrangement to inhibit outside viewing and to isolate the victims from outside contact," Kollar said.

"None of the children had ever gone to school. They (had) never been to a doctor," he said.

The long-dormant kidnap case began to unravel on August 25, when police at the University of California, Berkeley, spotted Garrido trying to access the campus, Kollar said.

"This alert Berkeley police officer took note of Mr Garrido and two young women who were in his custody. Police officers looked into Mr Garrido's background and found that he was on federal parole," Kollar said.

Garrido was convicted in 1971 of charges involving rape and kidnapping and was on lifetime parole.

Police then contacted the state parole office, which called Garrido in for a follow-up parole visit.

Garrido arrived for the parole meeting on Wednesday with Dugard, who identified herself as "Allissa," along with Nancy Garrido and two children.

"The parole agent had never seen these individuals, Allissa and the two young children, during his visits at the house and thought that the individuals were suspicious," Kollar said.

The agent contacted police, who interviewed the woman identified as Allissa and discovered that she was in fact Dugard.

Dugard was kidnapped on June 10, 1991 by two occupants in a car in view of her stepfather Carl Probyn, who gave chase on a bicycle but failed to stop the abduction.

Probyn, who was a longtime suspect in the case, said he was overwhelmed by the news after doing everything he could to help find her.

"It broke my marriage up. I've gone through hell, I mean I'm a suspect up until yesterday," a tearful Probyn, 60, told The Associated Press at his home in Orange, California, on Thursday.

Probyn, his wife Terry and another daughter flew out from Riverside, California, to meet Dugard on Thursday morning.

In addition to kidnapping allegations, court records showed both Garridos were being held for investigation of rape by force, lewd and lascivious acts with a minor and kidnapping someone under 14 with intent to rape.

Phillip Garrido also faces allegations of sexual penetration.

Authorities said they do not know if Garrido also abused his daughters but they are investigating.

so its heartwarming to be abducted kidnapped and have kids by a abductor????
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Post  ann_chovey on Fri 28 Aug - 9:33

Pussycat wrote:
ann_chovey wrote:CM was quick out of the blocks last night........

Their spokesman said last night: 'Kate and Gerry always draw great strength from any child being found alive no matter how long after the event of them going missing.
'This will come as extremely encouraging news to them and I know they will be very interested in learning more details.
'Without commenting on the specifics of this young lady's case, I know they will wish her well and hope her case is resolved as quickly and effectively as possible.'

Missed this ann, where/when did he sprout this crap?

Can't resist can he?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1209488/Woman-walks-Sheriffs-office-claims-Jaycee-Lee-Dugard-abducted-aged-11-1991.html

CM's comments near end of report.
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Post  jassi on Fri 28 Aug - 9:42

ann_chovey wrote:CM was quick out of the blocks last night........

Their spokesman said last night: 'Kate and Gerry always draw great strength from any child being found alive no matter how long after the event of them going missing.
'This will come as extremely encouraging news to them and I know they will be very interested in learning more details.
'Without commenting on the specifics of this young lady's case, I know they will wish her well and hope her case is resolved as quickly and effectively as possible.'

This, of course, is the reason he is their spokesman- to paint the McCanns in a positive light whenever possible. They may have expressed no such comment at all, but he gets publicity by stating that they have, and none can refute it.
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Post  Justiceforallkids on Fri 28 Aug - 10:06

vancouver1 wrote:Yes of course this is great news and a vast relief to the parents of this young woman.
However, by linking themselves to this story, and by acknowledging that this young woman was found alive after so many years being missing, Kate and Gerry will also have to acknowledge that this young woman was not, in fact, "unharmed" - she was kept captive, and bore children fathered by her abductor, and was therefore sexually abused.

Would Kate and Gerry wish also to acknowledge that this might be the fate of their daughter in four or five years' time?

exactly she was found alive but nor unharmed as the mcanns trot out all the time IMO this is the reality of abduction
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Post  Justiceforallkids on Fri 28 Aug - 10:16

vancouver1 wrote:And to add to this - how many children who were abducted many years ago, who have resurfaced recently in high profile news stories, have NOT been sexually and psychologically abused?

I'll put the tea on while we wait for an exact count.
none that other one in germany??? was held and had kids that was her father but same sort of thing?
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Post  Keela on Fri 28 Aug - 10:22

vancouver1 wrote:And to add to this - how many children who were abducted many years ago, who have resurfaced recently in high profile news stories, have NOT been sexually and psychologically abused?

I'll put the tea on while we wait for an exact count.


I think you may be able to make us a four course meal as well!!!

How can anyone put "McCann" and "reality" in the same sentence?
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