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By JOHN GLATT

Then, in August 2009, a registered intercourse criminal named Phillip Garrido seemed at the collage of California, Berkeley campus along younger ladies whose strange habit sparked trouble between campus officers and legislation enforcement. That stopover at might pave the best way for surprising discovery: that Garrido was once Jaycee Lee Dugard’s kidnapper…Jaycee’s tale was once printed: For eighteen years, she had lived in an outbuilding at the Garrido estate in Antioch, CA, simply hours clear of her youth domestic. saved in whole isolation, she used to be raped by way of Garrido, who fathered her daughters. while information broke of Jaycee’s discovery, there has been a major outpouring of aid around the kingdom. yet questions stay: How did the Garridos slip prior specialists? and the way did Jaycee undergo her captivity? this can be the tale of a girl-next-door who was once misplaced and located.

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By JOHN GLATT

Then, in August 2009, a registered intercourse criminal named Phillip Garrido seemed at the collage of California, Berkeley campus along younger ladies whose strange habit sparked trouble between campus officers and legislation enforcement. That stopover at might pave the best way for surprising discovery: that Garrido was once Jaycee Lee Dugard’s kidnapper…Jaycee’s tale was once printed: For eighteen years, she had lived in an outbuilding at the Garrido estate in Antioch, CA, simply hours clear of her youth domestic. saved in whole isolation, she used to be raped by way of Garrido, who fathered her daughters. while information broke of Jaycee’s discovery, there has been a major outpouring of aid around the kingdom. yet questions stay: How did the Garridos slip prior specialists? and the way did Jaycee undergo her captivity? this can be the tale of a girl-next-door who was once misplaced and located.

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He pointed at the Mercedes-Benz convertible parked down the street, joking it did not like the cold and refused to start. Could he possibly get a lift to his friends, he asked, so they could come back and help him to start it. Katie said he could, as long as he would hold the plastic containers containing the hot meal she had prepared, occupying the passenger’s side floor and front seat. “Okay,” he said, as he got into her car and sat down, loading the containers onto his lap. She then asked where he was going.

He got really unreliable,” said Tommy Wilson-O’Brien. ” Garrido would now disappear for weeks at a time, suddenly reappearing as if nothing had happened. “He’d say, ‘Oh, I’m really sorry, guys,’ ” said Wilson-O’Brien, “ ‘I’m not doing drugs right now. Blah, blah, blah. ’ ” But the final straw came in late 1975, when he missed an important Saturday night show at the Squaw Valley Ski Resort. “We were all set ready to play,” recalled Loebs, “and there’s a house full of people ready to party and drink and dance.

The predators then followed as Jaycee went into an arts fair, getting out of the car and going inside to watch her from a distance. Then they followed her out of the fair, watching her wave goodbye to her friends and walk up Washoan Boulevard to her home and go inside. They then drove off up the hill to wait until the next morning, when she would be alone and vulnerable. Monday, June 10, was the beginning of the last week of the school year. It was a typical morning in Jaycee’s household. Jaycee’s mother Terry was running late, so she left for work in a hurry, without kissing her eldest daughter goodbye.

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