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Post  Guest on Mon 14 Sep - 17:19

CBS News

Sept. 14, 2009

Sources: Inmates Threatening Nancy Garrido

Fellow Prisoners Warning They'll Rape, Murder Her; She's Spending Her Time Reading Bible, the Sources Say

Other inmates are threatening to rape and kill Nancy Garrido, sources tell CBS News, and she's in isolation for her own protection.

Garrido and her husband, Phillip, are accused of kidnapping 11-year-old Jaycee Dugard in 1991 and holding her captive for 18 years in the backyard of their Antioch, Calif. home.

They're charged with 29 felonies, including kidnapping, rape and false imprisonment and are slated for a court appearance Monday.

It should be brief, according to CBS News Correspondent John Blackstone, who says the judge is likely to set a date for the preliminary hearing.

Defense attorneys for the Garridos are expected to ask for bail, but analysts it's unlikely bail will be granted, since Phillip Garrido is charged with committing crimes against Jaycee while he was on parole.

And CBS News has learned Phillip Garrido is also being kept in isolation.

Nancy Garrido is "every bit as culpable for all of the crimes that he's been charged with, in every bit the same way," assuming they're convicted, points out CBS News Legal Analyst Trent Copeland.

Sources describe Nancy as "very lonely," and say she spends her time reading the Bible.

The court appearance would be the first time the Garridos have seen each other since their Aug. 28 arraignment.

Fellow prisoners threatening suspects in cases like this, and those suspects being kept isolated from other inmates for their own protection, are common, former San Francisco prosecutor Michael Cardoza told substitute "Early Show" co-anchor Jeff Glor Monday.

"In a prison system," Cardoza said, "there is a certain code of morality, and this type of crime ranks at the very, very bottom. So it doesn't shock me either one of them has been threatened with death or the other type of
thing, the rape, whatever else they've been threatened with.

"The sheriffs in the jail there have to keep them apart from the rest. And even when and if they go to prison, they will have to be kept in isolation, because that will be the big worry, that someone will try to murder them."

Cardoza said investigators who've seen Dugard recently say she's doing "great" and looks "radiant." She's in psychotherapy, Cardoza says.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/09/14/earlyshow/main5309229.shtml
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Post  Guest on Mon 14 Sep - 22:50

Oh, poor Nancy, she being threatened and she's lonely....too bad, so sad. Wahhhhh

NEWS FLASH Nancy, you cannot complain, you made your bed now you get to lie in it. Read your bible, thoroughly, because you will have to do alot of praying to get free of that demon that possessed your soul.
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Post  Guest on Tue 15 Sep - 21:03

The Guardian

Suspects in Dugard case investigated in two more disappearances

Tuesday 15 September 2009

California police are investigating the couple accused of holding a woman captive for 18 years in the disappearances of two other girls two decades ago.

Investigators in two cities near San Francisco suspect the man and woman accused of kidnapping Jaycee Dugard from a bus stop in 1991 and holding her prisoner in a squalid yard behind their house also kidnapped 9-year-old Michaela Garecht and 13-year-old Ilene Misheloff.

Police in the California towns of Hayward and Dublin today cited similarities in witnesses' descriptions of the suspects, the vehicles reportedly used in the kidnappings, the ages and appearances of the victims, and an apparently human bone found on an adjacent property.

Phillip Garrido is being held in lieu of $30m (£18m) bond. His wife Nancy Garrido is jailed without bail. They are charged in the kidnapping, rape and false imprisonment of Jaycee Dugard, now 29, who was taken from a bus stop near her home in 1991. Dugard and two children fathered by Phillip Garrido were held in virtual isolation without access to medical care or schooling until officials discovered Dugard and arrested the Garridos last month, authorities charge.

In the two other cases, Michaela was kidnapped from the parking lot of a store in Hayward in 1989 and Ilene disappeared in Dublin while walking from her school to a skating lesson in 1988.

Officials said they were looking for clothing the girls were wearing, DNA evidence, or human remains. Investigators will use underground scanners to locate evidence or possible grave sites on the Garrido property and a neighbouring lot to which they had access. The search could take several days.

"We're looking for any physical evidence that links Phillip Garrido and Nancy Garrido to our cases," Hayward police lieutenant Christine Orrey told reporters.

The Garridos are afforded constitutional protections because they are criminal defendants in the Dugard case, and have declined to submit to interviews. Garrido has previously been imprisoned for sex crimes and was on parole when he was arrested in the Dugard case. Police said he was free when Garecht and Misheloff were taken.

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Post  wjk on Tue 15 Sep - 21:33

Thanks for the update Schnuffel.
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Sniffer dogs point to 'death scent' in Phillip Garrido's home

Post  Susan on Fri 18 Sep - 11:11

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/jaycee-lee-dugard/6204334/Sniffer-dogs-point-to-death-scent-in-Phillip-Garridos-home.html

Sniffer dogs have detected the "smell of death" in the backyard of Phillip Garrido's home, where police are searching for evidence in two missing girl cases.


Published: 2:15AM BST 18 Sep 2009

Two dogs "indicated" on a site behind the home where Jaycee Lee Dugard's alleged kidnappers lived, Alameda County Sheriff's Department spokesman Sgt. J.D. Nelson said.

However, he noted that the area is known to have buried remains from Native Americans and animals.

Phillip Garrido and his wife Nancy are charged with the 1991 kidnapping of Miss Dugard, who was snatched outside her South Lake Tahoe home when she was an 11. Prosecutors say the Garridos held her captive in their backyard for 18 years, during which time she gave birth to two children allegedly fathered by Mr Garrido. The couple has pleaded not guilty.

Since the Garridos' Aug. 26 arrest, their California home has become a focal point of investigators reviewing outstanding kidnapping cases in the San Francisco Bay area.

Investigators are seeking any evidence on the property that may link the Garridos to the 1988 abduction of Michaela Garecht outside a market. Police are alsolooking for clues that may tie the couple to the 1989 disappearance of Ilene Misheloff.

Sgt Nelson would not say where in the yard the dogs picked up a scent and warned that the indications do not always prove accurate.

Investigators are planning to use high-tech radar equipment to scan the site later today.

They will start digging if they can get any more specific information about what is underground.

So-called cadaver dogs are trained to sniff for the scent of a decomposing body and can catch smells of up to two or three feet (one meter).

"They picked up a scent that may or may not be a sign of some remains," Sgt Nelson said. "The first dog was very tentative on its indication. The second dog was more direct and indicating directly."

On Wednesday, police recovered a bone fragment on the Garrido property and several more in a next door neighbour's yard that also was being searched by investigators because Phillip Garrido had access to it.

Tests are being done to determine if the bones are human or animal.

Meanwhile investigators are continuing to sift through rubbish and brush from the backyard that was fitted out with tents, sheds, an above ground pool and showers.

They have collected personal items that they wouldn't identify that they say belong to Miss Dugard.

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Post  steve1295 on Fri 18 Sep - 11:48

I betcha it was meat for the barbie.
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Post  Guest on Fri 18 Sep - 17:01

I bet you won't find a lot of people rushing to discredit the evidence of the Cadaver dogs in this case. Know what I mean? *WINK*
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Post  fred on Fri 18 Sep - 17:01

steve1295 wrote:I betcha it was meat for the barbie.

No, no it was smelly nappies.
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Post  ProfMoriarty on Fri 18 Sep - 23:17

Pork chops gets my vote.

After all, 'innocent until proven guilty' as I've been CONSTANTLY reminded over the last two and a half years. Let's not abandon that precious load of codswallop just because Garrido is a nasty individual and not a nice, plausible, friendly, eloquent chap like some Scots people I know.

And remember just how unreliable these dogs are - indeed, so unreliable are they that TV documentaries get made about them, and now even the Yanks are citing their findings in this case!

I wonder this, though. Do dogs 'do' "giving new hope"? Like, say, if dogs alert to remains in the Garrido yard does that "give new hope" to a certain Scots bloke and his missus that the dogs are accurate after all and they will soon find out what happened to Madeleine (even though it means they themselves knew all along)?

Or is it that if it turns out they alert to pork chops after a Garrido barbie, is THAT what "gives new hope"? That the dogs are nasty malicious incompetent bitches and should only be trusted when it's not a McCann being alerted to?

I think we should be told about 'hope'.
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Post  Guest on Fri 18 Sep - 23:22

I have always said that it was the Pork Chops that were to blame......
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Post  Alpine Aster on Fri 18 Sep - 23:59

fred wrote:
steve1295 wrote:I betcha it was meat for the barbie.

No, no it was smelly nappies.

and the sweaty sandals.......

When you put something in a boot of a car right handed people always put it to right hand side of the boot...think about it!.
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Post  Claudia79 on Sat 19 Sep - 0:00

I still think Garrido might have been menstruating and that the dogs have alerted to that...
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Post  Alpine Aster on Sat 19 Sep - 1:28

enigma wrote:
Alpine Aster wrote:
fred wrote:
steve1295 wrote:I betcha it was meat for the barbie.

No, no it was smelly nappies.

and the sweaty sandals.......

When you put something in a boot of a car right handed people always put it to right hand side of the boot...think about it!.

Alpine Aster I have thought about it and yes we right handers would probably put things to the right, but I'm missing the conection with what you are trying to convey here .Might be the wine but could you explain in more simple terms pleeease .

It was the far right hand side of the boot that the dog marked...when placing articles in a boot that is the area articles would be put if the boot was empty or with other things in it.....I think I understand it I am not sure it was a right handed person that placed something there.
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Post  lynn on Sat 19 Sep - 1:43

Dogs love anything dead to roll in. Doesn't matter how long anything has been deceased either.
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Post  Guest on Sat 19 Sep - 1:47

I would not be surprised if Garrido had killed children he has abducted and if the dogs help to find any bodies hidden there that has to be a good thing for the relatives. But please note the item highlighted in bold here that cautions the dogs may alert to any decomposed human material and that does include blood.

Jaycee Dugard case: Search tools find 'disturbance' in ground on Garrido property
By Paul Burgarino
Contra Costa Times
Posted: 09/18/2009 05:20:16 PM PDT
Updated: 09/18/2009 05:27:18 PM PDT


Click photo to enlargeInvestigators searching the property of kidnap suspects Phillip and Nancy Garrido continued...«123»ANTIOCH — High-powered underground searching tools found a "disturbance" in the same area of Phillip and Nancy Garrido's back yard where two cadaver dogs detected something a day earlier, authorities said Friday.

Bill Silva, an archaeologist with B.A. Silva Sensing Systems, said at an afternoon news conference that the equipment detected an anomaly in the soil that will require further investigation. His crews have been scouring the site as part of an effort this week to find clues to two child abductions from the late 1980s.

Meanwhile, another bone was found on the property of the kidnap suspects as crews were removing debris and breaking concrete, Dublin police Lt. Kurt von Savoye said. As with other bones found earlier in the week on the Garrido property and a neighboring property, authorities said it is too early to know whether it is human or animal.

Thus far, no hard evidence has been found connecting the Garridos to the abductions of Michaela Garecht in Hayward in 1988 and Ilene Misheloff in Dublin in 1989. The Garridos have been charged with kidnapping Jaycee Dugard in 1991 and hiding her in their back yard. They have pleaded not guilty.

Authorities will suspend the bulk of their search over the weekend to give investigators some rest and cut down on overtime costs, Hayward police Lt. Christine Orrey said. A small crew will be on site Saturday and Sunday to complete debris removal and do more ground testing, Orrey said.


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Much of the work Friday involved clearing debris to set the stage for dogs specially trained for archaeological searches. Several large concrete slabs, outdoor sheds and debris were removed, Orrey said. About 19 truckloads of debris have been removed over the four days of searching.

The clearing of debris will help the dogs search deep under the sandy soil next week, Alameda County Sheriff's Sgt. J.D. Nelson said.

A set of bone-sniffing dogs along with cadaver dogs will be brought in to further investigate the possible finding from two cadaver dogs on Thursday at a location on the Garridos' half-acre property, Orrey said.

The cadaver dogs are specially trained to find human remains, though Nelson cautioned the dogs could have picked up anything human that had decomposed, including blood, skin or biohazardous material.
Media attention has brought numerous tips and a renewed interest to the Garecht and Misheloff cases, von Savoye said.

About 70 people from Hayward Police, Dublin Police, Alameda County Sheriff's Office, Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office, Contra Costa County Public Works and the FBI have been at the search site in unincorporated Antioch since Tuesday.

The search comes on the heels of large searches three weeks ago by Pittsburg and Antioch police departments and the Contra Costa Sheriff's Office to find clues in cold homicide cases from the late 1990s. Those searches turned up no evidence from the homicides.

Nelson said the current operation was probably the largest for the Alameda County Sheriff's Office since 1976, when a busload of 26 children from Chowchilla was kidnapped and crowded into a van driven to a quarry near Livermore, where they were placed in a buried furniture van. They spent 16 hours there before three people helped them escape.

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Madeleine's mom takes hope from California case

Post  Guest on Wed 23 Sep - 19:48

Madeleine's mom takes hope from California case

By BARRY HATTON (AP) – 2 hours ago

LISBON, Portugal — The mother of missing British girl Madeleine McCann said Wednesday she has gained fresh hope for her daughter from the discovery of American Jaycee Dugard, who was found in California 18 years after being kidnapped.

Kate McCann said she and her husband won't give up the search for Madeleine, who vanished in May 2007 during a family vacation on Portugal's southern Algarve coast.

"I just think that it's so vital and so fair for Madeleine that we don't give up on her, that we look for her," Kate McCann told a news conference during a daylong visit to Lisbon, Portugal. "We're not going to stop."

Dugard, now 29, was reunited with her family last month after being snatched outside her South Lake Tahoe home when she was 11. She allegedly was kidnapped and held captive.

Kate, accompanied by her husband Gerry, was in Portugal for the first time since Madeleine disappeared a few days before her fourth birthday. Gerry had twice previously returned to Portugal to check on the investigation. The couple said they met with their Portuguese lawyers and advisers in the Portuguese capital to explore ways of moving the search forward.

Earlier this month a Lisbon judge banned the sale of a book by a Portuguese detective who had worked on the case and claimed Madeleine was dead. The ruling came after the McCanns took legal action to halt the book's distribution.

"Our main worry, obviously, was people believing that Madeleine was dead," Kate McCann said of the injunction. "Obviously, if people believe that she is not alive then people will stop looking for her."

Gerry McCann said there was no evidence his daughter is dead. He said a team of private investigators is still working on the case and is going through "hundreds of thousands" of pieces of information.

The search is being financed by family, friends and other private donations, he said.

In August 2008, Portugal's attorney general ordered police to halt their investigation because detectives had uncovered no evidence of a crime. The case will remain closed unless new evidence emerges.

The McCanns have waged a far-reaching international campaign to find their daughter, but there has been no reliable indication of what might have happened to her, despite numerous reported sightings from around the world.

Copyright © 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

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Post  steve1295 on Wed 23 Sep - 19:56

WHA EVER :lala:
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Post  fishie on Wed 23 Sep - 20:03

"I just think that it's so vital and so fair for Madeleine that we don't give up on her, that we look for her," Kate McCann told a news conference during a daylong visit to Lisbon, Portugal. "We're not going to stop."



What a crying shame that it wasn't vital for Madeleine that you her mother stayed with her and her brother and sister,instead of leaving them night after night.You selfish ,self interested poor excuse for a mother!
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Post  flower on Wed 23 Sep - 20:46

"The search is being financed by family, friends and other private donations, he said".

Does that include 'Joe Public' or have they been forgotten??.................
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Post  fishie on Wed 23 Sep - 21:02

Hi flower ,
Do you mean the 'little,ordinary people?' They don't count,they've been fleeced already,they've given their tithe ,so are no longer useful to the McCann machine!
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Post  flower on Wed 23 Sep - 21:07

Looks to me kind of like it fishie!!

But it also read to me that the Family have at last put their hands in their pockets big-time - as only them, friends (of which we've heard very little) and 'private' donations are funding "The Search".............. mind you - bet that's costing a LOT less than their Lawyers Fees......................
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Oh Pleeese

Post  Fudge on Wed 23 Sep - 21:12

Give me strength
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Post  Susan on Wed 23 Sep - 23:27

flower wrote:"The search is being financed by family, friends and other private donations, he said".

Does that include 'Joe Public' or have they been forgotten??.................

Did Philomena remortgage her house at long last????

About bloody time too!

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Post  Guest on Wed 23 Sep - 23:39

Well all i can say if maddie does turn up having been abused , and things done to her which i can not even think about , she will hate her mum and dad for leaving her, at least jayc parents did not go out on the lash and leave her to be abducted,
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Post  Guest on Wed 23 Sep - 23:47

benidicta wrote:Well all i can say if maddie does turn up having been abused , and things done to her which i can not even think about , she will hate her mum and dad for leaving her, at least jayc parents did not go out on the lash and leave her to be abducted,

Interesting that you she bring this issue up benidicta because you could be right:-

Mental Manipulation of Child Victims of Prental Kidnap and Alienation

Parental alienation syndrome is real and affects the alienated children well into adulthood. Whether by physical or psychological tactics, whether by stranger or a parent, the children are turned away and against those normally loved and sought out for safety, emotional strength and daily needs.

http://cnbpinc.ning.com/profiles/blogs/mental-manipulation-of-child
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