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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Jeu 27 Aoû - 20:27

http://jn.sapo.pt/PaginaInicial/Mundo/Interior.aspx?content_id=1346088

Une femme a été identifiée aujourd'hui, jeudi, que l'enfant disparu d'un collège en Californie en 1991. La jeune femme qui, au moment de l'enlèvement a été de 11, a paru dans Riverdale, Nord, où il a joué un poste de police comme Jaycee Lee Dugard.

Jaycee beau-père, Carl Probyn, parlant à KTVU Channel, dit la mère de la personne disparue a reçu «un appel lancé par le FBI, annonçant la découverte de sa fille et permettant à la première conversation entre les deux, puisque la disparition.

Mère, Terry Probyn, dirige maintenant à la section locale et le FBI a localisé les deux responsables de l'enlèvement d'un homme et une femme, qui se tient.

Selon des déclarations faites par le beau-père à la chaîne CBS 13 Sacramento, la mère de Jaycee est très convaincu que cette fille est sa fille. "Elle était au travail quand il a reçu un appel du FBI informant que Jaycee avait été trouvé», dit-il. Pour Probyn, la réapparition de Jaycee être prouvée, est «un miracle que, après 18 ans, de recevoir en revenir vivant." Jaycee ajoute beau-père qui semblait être de "bons" et de rappeler les détails de son passé.

Selon la police, ils sont certains que la femme est, en effet, Jaycee Lee Dugard, mais faisons un test d'ADN pour confirmer.

À l'heure actuelle sont encore inconnus détails de l'enlèvement et pourquoi Jaycee's porté disparu depuis si longtemps. Plus d'informations seront avancés lors d'une conférence de presse par la police locale à 15 h, heure locale, 23 heures au Portugal.

Jaycee a été enlevé le
10 Juin, 1991, pendant qu'il attendait l'autobus qui l'emmenait à l'école. Une voiture qui, selon le beau-père qui a été témoin de l'enlèvement, avait deux personnes à l'intérieur, prit l'enfant, alors qu'elle criait et de pied. Carl Probyn suivi la voiture à vélo, mais n'a pas pu empêcher l'enlèvement.

ça donne espoir! cheers
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 9:15

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Une Californienne retrouvée 18 ans après son enlèvement


Jaycee Lee Dugard avait été enlevée par un couple le 10 juin 1991, alors qu'elle marchait vers son arrêt de bus scolaire.
Kidnappée à 11 ans en 1991, Jaycee Dugard s'est présentée jeudi au commissariat de Concord, près de San Francisco. On ignore encore les circonstances de sa disparition. Une femme et un homme, condamné pour viol, ont été arrêtés.

Une réapparition inespérée. Une jeune femme semble avoir refait surface jeudi en Californie, dix-huit ans après son kidnapping. Elle s'est présentée au commissariat de Concord, à 45 km à l'est de San Francisco et a affirmé être Jaycee Dugard, une petite fille enlevée en 1991 à 11 ans à South Lake Taohe, à 350 km de Concord. Des tests ADN sont en cours pour confirmer l'identité de la jeune femme, qui est en bonne santé selon les autorités. «Mais nous sommes sûrs à 99% que c'est elle», a déclaré le lieutenant Les Lovell du bureau du sheriff.

Selon le Los Angeles Times, Jaycee Dugard, aujourd'hui âgée de 29 ans, aurait eu une longue conversation au téléphone avec sa mère au cours de laquelle auraient été échangées des anecdotes personnelles dont seules les deux femmes pouvaient avoir connaissance. Les détails sur la vie que la jeune femme a pu mener pendant 18 ans sont flous mais l'enquête sur son enlèvement semble rapidement progresser. Un couple a déjà été arrêté depuis la réapparition de la jeune femme. Il s'agit de Phillip Garrido et de sa femme Nancy. Phillip Garrido, 58 ans, est connu des services de police pour agression sexuelle et a déjà été condamné pour viol dans une autre affaire. Il était inscrit au registre des agresseurs sexuels de Californie. D'après CNN, Phillip Garrido serait accusé de kidnapping et de viol sur mineur tandis que son épouse serait poursuivie pour enlèvement, dans l'affaire du kidnapping de Jaycee Dugard.


Enlevée sous les yeux de son beau-père

L'irruption de Jaycee Dugard dans le commissariat de Concord n'était pas une surprise pour les policiers. Le Los Angeles Times affirme qu'ils avaient rencontré mercredi la jeune femme alors qu'ils fouillaient une maison dans le cadre d'une toute autre affaire. Interrogée, la jeune femme est incapable de répondre de manière cohérente à leurs questions, ce qui a éveillé leurs soupçons. Pressée de questions, elle leur a alors expliqué être Jaycee Dugard. Les forces de l'ordre lui ont ensuite demandé de revenir au commissariat pour vérification.

Jaycee Lee Dugard avait été enlevée par un couple le 10 juin 1991, alors qu'elle marchait vers son arrêt de bus scolaire. Les kidnappeurs avaient jeté la fillette dans leur voiture grise avant de prendre la fuite. L'enlèvement, qui a eu lieu à 200 mètres du domicile de la fillette, s'était déroulé sous les yeux de son beau-père. Celui-ci, enfourchant une bicyclette, avait tenté en vain de rattraper les ravisseurs. Malgré de vastes recherches et appels à témoins, les autorités n'avaient jamais réussi à identifier un quelconque suspect.
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Date d'inscription : 21/09/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 10:20

Bonjour et merci Oscare

Quelques liens vidéo ici (en anglais).

Le policier dit que la jeune femme avait raconté des détails que seul la victime et les ravisseurs pouvaient connaître (pas la maman et son enfant).

Je pense qu'il faudrait attendre les résulats d'ADN pour en être sûr... En tout cas, une jeune femme et ses enfants libérés.
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 10:25

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Abducted girl Jaycee Dugard returns home after 18 years


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JAYCEE Lee Dugard - a blonde, blue-eyed 11-year-old when she was abducted from outside her California home - has returned as a 29-year-old woman.
After almost two decades the only hope that her parents had left was that her body would one day be found.

Last night that same girl, Jaycee Lee Dugard, was being reunited with her family as a 29-year-old woman after walking into a police station and revealing her identity.

After interviews and DNA tests it is thought that Ms Dugard's story has been confirmed, bringing an extraordinary end to a missing person case that in 1991 attracted the same kind of media frenzy that the disappearance of Madeleine McCann generated two years ago.

"After 18 years, you do give up hope - this is a miracle," Carl Probyn, 60, the girl's stepfather, said in an interview with a local TV station, KTVU.

Phillip and Nancy Garrido have been charged with kidnapping to commit rape, and bail has been set at $1 million.
Phillip Garrido is a registered sex offender who has served prison time for kidnapping and rape.

Mr Probyn was standing in his driveway on June 10, 1991, when he saw a grey car pull up beside the bus stop where his stepdaughter was waiting on her way to school.
Then someone reached out, grabbed her and sped off.
On the FBI's "wanted" poster - still active on the agency's web page yesterday - the suspects were described as a man and a woman.

The victim had a distinctive pink jacket and pink trousers and there were several witness, but in spite of a large search operation Jaycee could not be found and no arrests were made.
The police never gave up: as recently as 2002 a former priest's home was raided in connection with the crime. No evidence was found.

The Probyns' marriage suffered after Jaycee's abduction and they eventually separated. Mr Probyn now lives in Orange County while the girl's mother, Terry Probyn, lives in the Los Angeles suburb of Riverside.
The couple have another daughter, Shayna, who is 19.

Mr Probyn told local reporters yesterday that he had received a telephone call from his daughter about 4pm on Wednesday.
"Mom has something to say to you," she said. "Are you sitting down?"
Then his wife came on the line and said, through tears: "They found Jaycee. She's alive."

According to Mr Probyn his wife was told the news by an FBI agent who called her at work. At first she thought that it was a prank call.
Then the agent put Jaycee on the phone.

"My wife talked with her and is convinced she is Jaycee," Mr Probyn said. "Jaycee remembers everything."

Because Mr Probyn was the last person to see Jaycee before her disappearance he immediately fell under police suspicion during the investigation. He took four lie-dectector tests and remained a suspect in the case for nearly two decades
"The FBI put me through the wringer, being questioned and having people say 'The stepdad did something'," he told the Sacramento Bee newspaper.
"I have been kind of the villain these past 18 years. (But) I've never spent a day in my life in jail. My last speeding ticket was in 1977."

He eventually gave up all hope of finding her alive but prayed that her body would be recovered, "so there's an ending", he said.
"To have this happen where we get her back alive, and where she remembers things from the past, and to have people in custody is a triple win."

Although he has yet to speak to his stepdaughter, Mr Probyn said that from what his wife told him, "she is doing OK".
"I don't know if she is married," he said. "I don't know if a cult took her, or if a couple who didn't have kids took her."
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 10:31

Anne4 a écrit:
Salut a tous ceux qui rentrent de vacances Smile

article dans le daily Mail:

Woman walks into Sheriff's office and claims she is girl who was abducted aged 11 in 1991

By Mail Foreign Service

Last updated at 7:22 PM on 27th August 2009


Jaycee Lee Dugard may have been found 18 years after her abduction
A woman has come forward claiming she is a girl who was abducted as an 11-year-old in 1991.
The disappearance of Jaycee Lee Dugard, who was abducted outside her home in South Lake Tahoe home, has been an unsolved mystery for 18 years.
But now the El Dorado Sheriff's Department has announced a woman came into the Concord police station on Wednesday and claimed she was Jaycee Lee.

Lt. Les Lovell says deputies are 99 percent sure the woman is the missing woman, who would now be 29. He says DNA tests were being conducted.
Two people have now been taken into custody and the woman is said to be in good health.
Her stepfather Carl Probyn said he felt like he had 'won the lotto'.

He said the FBI agent told his wife that authorities had 'Jaycee and the people who she was with.'
He said: 'I had personally given up hope. I had just hoped for a recovery and to find the people responsible.'

je n'ai pas recopie tout l'article - mais sa mere semble convaincue. Ils attendent les resultats des analyses adn..


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1209488/Woman-walks-Sheriffs-office-claims-Jaycee-Lee-Dugard-abducted-aged-11-1991.html#ixzz0PPUgE3G3
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 10:33

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Il semblerait que deux personnes ont ete arretees dans cette affaire. Voici l'homme..deja sur le registre pour crimes sexuelles:

Kidnapped Girl's Alleged Abductor Will Give You Nightmares

Oh wow. According to Claycord (who has been going above and beyond excellence in covering this story), Jaycee Lee Dugard's alleged abductor, Phillip Craig Garrido, is all kinds of batshit insane. Above is his registered sexual predator page profile. (His offense: rape by force.)

Creepy.

Better yet, here are Garrido's musing on his blog, Voices Revealed. Just last week he posted the following gem, "During the month of July 2009 JM's Enterprises, 1215 Willow Pass Road * Pittsburg CA,(925) 439-8118 was the host to a powerful demonstration, the Creator has given me the ability to speak in the tongue of angels in order to provide a wake-up call that will in time include the salvation of the entire world."

Again, creepy.

But his entire site merits your attention. Do look it over when you have a free moment.

Claycord has confirmed that Garrido is jailed in Martinez.today. "[T]hey have an inmate named Phillip Garrido in custody on $1,000,000 bail for kidnapping, rape, lewd acts with a minor, sexual penetration and conspiracy to commit a crime."

Dugard, if you recall, was kidnapped from outside her home in 1991 at the age of 11, only to walk into a Concord Police Station yesterday to reveal her identity.
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 10:35

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mise a jour sur CNN


Girl missing since 1991 found alive; two arrestedStory Highlights
NEW: CNN affiliates report Phillip and Nancy Garrido arrested


Jaycee Dugard in good health, California sheriff's office says

FBI earlier told family that woman identified herself as missing girl, stepfather says

Dugard disappeared in South Lake Tahoe, California, at age 11 in 1991


By Taylor Gandossy
CNN

(CNN) -- A girl abducted in 1991 as an 11-year-old has been found alive in California, the El Dorado County sheriff's office said Thursday.


Jaycee Lee Dugard as she looked in 1991 and an age-progression image of what she might look like as an adult.

Jaycee Dugard is in good health, the office said in a statement, but provided no details.

Jimmy Lee, a spokesman for the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department, confirmed that a man and a woman have been arrested in connection with the case but could provide no other details. CNN affiliates have reported that Phillip Garrido, 58, and his wife, Nancy Garrido, have been charged.

Phillip Garrido is a registered sex offender and listed on the Department of Justice's Megan's Law page because of a previous forcible rape charge.

An officer at the Contra Costa County Jail in Marinez, California, told CNN that the two had been at the jail and both were ordered held on $1 million bail. The officer said the pair was no longer in the jail but that Phillip Garrido had been booked on charges of kidnapping, rape, lewd behavior, sexual penetration and conspiracy. Nancy Garrido was booked on charges of kidnapping and conspiracy.

Earlier Thursday, Carl Probyn, Dugard's stepfather, told CNN that an FBI agent had called his wife, Terry, on Wednesday afternoon to tell her that Dugard had been found.

The girl was last seen walking to her bus stop in South Lake Tahoe, California, on June 10, 1991, according to the FBI.

At the time, "it was reported that a vehicle occupied by two individuals drove up to Jaycee Dugard and abducted her in view of her stepfather," the El Dorado County sheriff's office said Thursday.

Despite extensive investigations, no sign of her or her possible abductors was ever found, authorities said.

Probyn said Dugard walked into a police station in Northern California earlier Wednesday. He said the FBI agent told his wife that authorities had "Jaycee and the people who she was with."

He said no further details were provided, and that the conversation with the FBI agent was brief.

"It was short and sweet, and 'Can you fly up here?'" he said.

The El Dorado County Sheriff's office has scheduled a news conference for 3 p.m. (6 p.m. ET) to discuss the case.

Probyn said his wife, who is flying Thursday from Southern California to meet with Dugard, spoke to her on Wednesday.

"Jaycee remembers everything," he said. "They talked back and forth and she had the right answers to all my wife's questions."

He said, "I'm feeling great! ... It's like winning the lotto."

Ernie Allen, president of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, said the reappearance of Dugard is "absolutely huge."

"One of the things that we preach to searching families all the time ... is that even in these long-term cases there's hope," he said.

"Even in these long-term cases ... it's important that we not let the world forget."
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 10:37

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et pour finir - le Times (leur correspondant a Los Angeles)

From Times Online August 27, 2009

Missing girl Jaycee Lee Dugard walks into police station, 18 years on
Chris Ayres in Los Angeles


Jaycee Lee Dugard as a girl: she was apparently abducted at the age of 11
The blonde-haired, blue-eyed little girl was 11 years old when she was abducted from outside her home near Lake Tahoe in California. She was never seen again.

After almost two decades, the only hope her parents had left was that, one day, her body would be found.

But tonight that same little girl, Jaycee Lee Dugard, was being reunited with her family as a 29-year-old woman, after walking into a police station and revealing her identity to the officer on duty.

After interviews and DNA tests, it thought that Jaycee’s story has now been confirmed, bringing an extraordinary end to a missing persons case that in 1991 attracted the same kind of media frenzy that Madeleine McCann’s disappearance generated two years ago.

Meanwhile, two suspects in the kidnapping have been taken into custody.

“After 18 years, you do give up hope - this is a miracle,” said the girl’s stepfather, Carl Probyn, 60, in an interview with a local television station, KTVU.

Mr Probyn was standing in his family driveway on June 10, 1991, when he saw a grey car pull up beside the bus stop where his step-daughter was waiting, on her way to school.

Then someone reached out, grabbed her, and sped off. On the FBI’s 'wanted’ poster still active on the agency’s web page as of today, the suspects are described as a man and a woman.

But in spite of a massive search operation, several witnesses, and the fact that Miss Dugard was wearing a distinctive pink jacket and pink trousers, no arrests were made, and Jaycee was never found. Police never gave up on the case, and as recently as 2002, a former priest’s home was raided in connection with the little girl’s disappearance, although no evidence was found.

The Probyn’s marriage suffered after their daughter's abduction, and they eventually separated. Carl Probyn now lives in Orange County, while the girl’s mother, Terry Probyn, lives in the LA suburb of Riverside. The couple now have another daughter, Shayna, who is 19 years old.

Mr Probyn today told local reporters that he’d received a phone call from his daughter at about 4pm yesterday. “Mum has something to say to you,” she said. “Are you sitting down?” Then his wife came on the line and said, through tears, “They found Jaycee. She’s alive.”

According to Mr Probyn, his wife had been told the news by an FBI agent who called her at work. At first, she thought it was a prank call. Then the agent put Jaycee on the phone.

“My wife talked with her and is convinced she is Jaycee,” said Mr Probyn. “Jaycee remembers everything.”

Jaycee’s mother and half-sister took a 6am flight today to the town of Concord, near where Jaycee reappeared, so they could be reunited. Concord is about 170 miles southwest - a three hour car journey from South Lake Tahoe.

Because Mr Probyn, a Vietnam veteran, was the last person to see Jaycee before her disappearance, he immediately fell under police suspicion during the missing persons investigation. He took four lie tests and remained a suspect in the case for nearly two decades. “The FBI put me through the wringer, being questioned and having people say the step-dad did something,” he told the Sacramento Bee newspaper. “I have been kind of the villain these past 18 years. [But] I’ve never spent a day in my life in jail. My last speeding ticket was in 1977.”

He said he eventually gave up all hope of finding Jaycee alive, but prayed that her body would be recovered, “so there’s an ending”.

“To have this happen where we get her back alive, and where she remembers things from the past, and to have people in custody is a triple win,” he said. “It’s like winning the Lotto.”

Although he has yet to speak to Jaycee, Mr Probyn said that from what his wife told me, “she is doing okay”. “I don’t know if she is married,” he said. “I don’t know if a cult took her, or if a couple who didn’t have kids took her. I’ll find out all these answers today.”
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 10:39

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Bonjour vous toutes et tout en français maintenant !

Une Californienne retrouvée 18 ans après son enlèvement

C.J. (lefigaro.fr) avec agences
27/08/2009 | Mise à jour : 22:31



Jaycee Lee Dugard avait été enlevée par un couple le 10 juin 1991, alors qu'elle marchait vers son arrêt de bus scolaire.
Crédits photo : AP

Kidnappée à 11 ans en 1991, Jaycee Dugard s'est présentée jeudi au commissariat de Concord, près de San Francisco. On ignore encore les circonstances de sa disparition. Une femme et un homme, condamné pour viol, ont été arrêtés.


Une réapparition inespérée. Une jeune femme semble avoir refait surface
jeudi en Californie, dix-huit ans après son kidnapping. Elle s'est
présentée au commissariat de Concord, à 45 km à l'est de San Francisco
et a affirmé être Jaycee Dugard, une petite fille enlevée en 1991 à 11
ans à South Lake Taohe, à 350 km de Concord. Des tests ADN sont en
cours pour confirmer l'identité de la jeune femme, qui est en bonne
santé selon les autorités. «Mais nous sommes sûrs à 99% que c'est
elle», a déclaré le lieutenant Les Lovell du bureau du sheriff. Selon le Los Angeles Times,
Jaycee Dugard, aujourd'hui âgée de 29 ans, aurait eu une longue
conversation au téléphone avec sa mère au cours de laquelle auraient
été échangées des anecdotes personnelles dont seules les deux femmes
pouvaient avoir connaissance. Les détails sur la vie que la jeune femme
a pu mener pendant 18 ans sont flous mais l'enquête sur son enlèvement
semble rapidement progresser. Un couple a déjà été arrêté depuis la
réapparition de la jeune femme. Il s'agit de Phillip Garrido et de sa
femme Nancy. Phillip Garrido, 58 ans, est connu des services de police
pour agression sexuelle et a déjà été condamné pour viol dans une autre
affaire. Il était inscrit au registre des agresseurs sexuels de Californie. D'après CNN,
Phillip Garrido serait accusé de kidnapping et de viol sur mineur
tandis que son épouse serait poursuivie pour enlèvement, dans l'affaire
du kidnapping de Jaycee Dugard. Enlevée sous les yeux de son beau-père

L'irruption de Jaycee Dugard dans le commissariat de Concord n'était pas une surprise pour les policiers. Le Los Angeles Times affirme
qu'ils avaient rencontré mercredi la jeune femme alors qu'ils
fouillaient une maison dans le cadre d'une toute autre affaire.
Interrogée, la jeune femme est incapable de répondre de manière
cohérente à leurs questions, ce qui a éveillé leurs soupçons. Pressée
de questions, elle leur a alors expliqué être Jaycee Dugard. Les forces
de l'ordre lui ont ensuite demandé de revenir au commissariat pour
vérification. Jaycee Lee Dugard avait été enlevée par un
couple le 10 juin 1991, alors qu'elle marchait vers son arrêt de bus
scolaire. Les kidnappeurs avaient jeté la fillette dans leur voiture
grise avant de prendre la fuite. L'enlèvement, qui a eu lieu à 200
mètres du domicile de la fillette, s'était déroulé sous les yeux de son
beau-père. Celui-ci, enfourchant une bicyclette, avait tenté en vain de
rattraper les ravisseurs. Malgré de vastes recherches et appels à
témoins, les autorités n'avaient jamais réussi à identifier un
quelconque suspect.
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 10:42

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Des details dans le San Francisco Chronicle sur le kidnappeur qui me rend malade....

18 years later, kidnapped woman turns up alive

Demian Bulwa, Jaxon Van Derbeken, Henry K. Lee,Kevin Fagan, Chronicle Staff Writers

Thursday, August 27, 2009

(08-27) 12:34 PDT CONCORD --
A woman kidnapped as an 11-year-old girl nearly two decades ago from outside her South Lake Tahoe home surfaced Wednesday when she and the couple now accused of snatching her walked into a Concord police station, authorities said today.


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The reappearance of Jaycee Dugard stunned family members, who had all but lost hope that she was still alive 18 years after she was kidnapped on her way to catch a school bus as her stepfather watched helplessly.
Law-enforcement sources said Phillip Craig Garrido, 58, and his wife, Nancy Garrido, 55, who live in an unincorporated area near Antioch, were arrested in connection with the case. Phillip Garrido was being held in lieu of $1 million bail on suspicion of kidnapping, rape by force, lewd and lascivious acts with a minor, sexual penetration and conspiracy.
Nancy Garrido was being held on suspicion of conspiracy and kidnapping. Her bail was also $1 million. Both were initially booked into the Contra Costa County Jail in Martinez, but have since been moved to an undisclosed site.
Authorities were searching the Garridos' home today. Neighbors and other acquaintances described strange behavior by Phillip Garrido, who conducted religious revivals in a tent, and said several young girls lived with the couple in the house.
The Garridos were arrested after they walked into the police station with Dugard to ask a question, authorities said. They would not say what the question involved, but it apparently aroused the suspicions of a Concord police officer.
The officer ran a criminal history check of Phillip Garrido and found out he was a registered sex offender, authorities said. State records show that he has a conviction for rape by force, and federal records show him with a separate kidnapping conviction in 1980.
It is still unclear how police learned that the woman who was with the Garridos was Dugard, but her relatives are beside themselves with joy.
"I gave up hope for 18 years, just went into recovery mode," said her stepfather, Carl Probyn, a wallpaper contractor. "I thought it would be nice just to recover her and capture the people and find out why they did this.
"Now, I just won the lotto. It's just unbelievable. This is going to be a great day today."
Probyn, 60, who now lives in Orange (Orange County), said his wife, Terry, called him at about 4 p.m. Wednesday with the news.
"She basically said, 'Are you sitting down?' I said, 'Yes.' And she said, 'They found Jaycee - she's alive.' "
The two, who are separated, cried for about two minutes on the phone.
Terry Probyn was able to speak on the phone with her daughter. "She sounds normal. She told my wife she remembers everything," Carl Probyn said.
Terry Probyn, who also now lives in Southern California, was on her way to the Bay Area to reunite with her daughter.
Dugard was last seen June 10, 1991, as she was walking to a bus stop in South Lake Tahoe. The blond, blue-eyed 11-year-old, wearing a pink top and pink pants, was going to catch the bus to her school near South Lake Tahoe. She never made it.
As Carl Probyn watched from the family's driveway on a hill about two blocks away, a two-tone gray sedan pulled up and someone yanked the girl into the car and sped off. Even though officers responded within minutes, no trace of the car or girl was ever found - until Wednesday.
Neighbors of the Garridos on Walnut Avenue considered Phillip Garrido an oddball, saying he believed he could talk to God and kept girls in the house.
With its security bars on the windows and doors, the Garridos' gray, one-story home stands out from the others in the semi-rural neighborhood.
Haydee Perry, 35, who lives next door, said that when Phillip Garrido helped her jump-start her car a month ago, he had a pre-adolescent girl clinging to him in a manner that struck her as strange.
The girl told Perry that Garrido was her father and that she had older sisters, including one who was 28 - which is one year younger than Jaycee Dugard is believed to be now.
"She stayed close to him at all times," Perry said of the girl. "It wasn't normal behavior. She had a blank stare on her face. Now it seems like a cry out for help."
Perry said Garrido told her he homeschooled girls in his house and that they didn't cuss or watch TV.
"I just thought he was weird," Perry said. "You have children and they're never outside, and you have bars on your windows."
A Web site containing statements apparently from Garrido and others indicates that he gave a demonstration in Pittsburg last month to prove "the Creator has given me the ability to speak in the tongue of angels in order to provide a wake-up call that will in time include the salvation of the entire world."
Garrido also had a printing business, some acquaintances said. Tiffany Tran, who runs Furniture Gallery in Brentwood, said she had seen and done business with "Phil the printer" for six years, as recently as last week.
She recalled Garrido as being "a little different" and said he constantly talked about religion and showed her a device that he claimed could control sound.
"Some people have a story behind their smile, some don't - he did," Tran said. "He was happy-go-lucky, but you knew there was a story behind it."
She said he was very religious and talked about how God had been his salvation.
"He loved God. He said God was amazing," Tran said. "He talked about how much God had changed him, that he had been corrupted with womanizing and with this and that," Tran said.
She said he dressed as if he was not well off and often brought along a girl and a woman he said were his daughters.
The younger girl was about 14, the older one was in her 20s, she said. "They were very nice, very polite children," she said.
Police have declined to comment on the case, referring inquiries to the El Dorado County sheriff's office. A news conference is scheduled for this afternoon in Placerville

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/08/27/BA4N19EJ35.DTL#ixzz0PPukUwJg
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 11:20

Cassandre79 a écrit:
Bonjour tout le monde,


Claude, tu déplaces
Cool

http://www.20minutes.fr/article/343431/Monde-Une-jeune-femme-reapparait-18-ans-apres-avoir-ete-kidnappee.php
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 11:56

C'est un miracle !!

http://www.leparisien.fr/faits-divers/jaycee-reapparait-18-ans-apres-son-kidnapping-28-08-2009-618431.php?xtor=EREC-109
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 12:17

Sur 20 minutes.fr :

extrait :

Deux enfants nées d'une union avec le ravisseur

Les officiers judiciaires n'avaient jamais vu la jeune femme et les
petites filles lors de leurs visites de contrôle au domicile de Phillip
Garrido. Ils ont rapidement alerté la police de Concord, qui a
identifié Allissa comme étant Jaycee Lee Dugard. Les deux adolescentes
seraient ses filles, et le géniteur ne serait autre que le ravisseur.
Le couple a été placé en état d'arrestation, et une caution d'un
million de dollars a été fixée.

Jaycee Lee serait en «bonne santé», selon le shérif adjoint d'El
Dorado. qui a expliqué qu'elle a été séquestrée pendant dix-huit années
dans la propriété des Garrido, dans la ville d'Antioch,
à environ 70 km à l'est de San Francisco. «Dans le jardin à l'arrière
de la maison, il y avait des abris, des tentes et des petites
constructions, où Jaycee et les filles ont passé la plus grande partie
de leur vie», a décrit le policier.

Coupées du monde dans un cabanon insonorisé

C'est dur à croire !!! affraid
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 12:36

Il y a une vidéo montrant les lieux.

http://news.fr.msn.com/article.aspx?cp-documentid=149412159

C'est à peine croyable ...
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 15:03

La pauvre gosse - elle a eu son premier bebe a 14 ans et le deuxieme 4 ans plus tard...!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 15:16

Bonjour Anne et tout le monde,

Comme quoi, le pays le plus puissant du monde avec sa police n'a pas réussi à capter ces deux montres pendant 18 ans.

De quoi, rester humble ... sur le travail de recherches de la PJ

C'est sûrement rare comme la jeune Autrichienne.
Cette nouvelle va donner de l'espoir à toutes les familles dont un enfant a disparu ...

Un extrait sur 20 minutes.fr

Sa famille n'avait plus de nouvelles de Jaycee Lee Dugard depuis son enlèvement,
en 1991, à l'âge de 11 ans. Le shérif adjoint du comté d'El Dorado, a
confirmé que la jeune femme de 29 ans qui a réapparu mercredi matin est
bien la disparue. Elle est «en bonne santé», même si «vivre dans une
arrière-cour pendant 18 ans, cela fait des ravages», comme l'a indiqué
le policier. Il a cependant précisé, contrairement à ce que les
autorités avaient initialement annoncé, qu'elle ne s'est pas présentée
spontanément à la police de Concord (Californie).

(j'ai souligné en rouge) confused
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 18:23

Le ravisseur parle No :

http://www.20minutes.fr/article/343679/Monde-Le-ravisseur-de-Jaycee-Lee-Dugard-veut-raconter-l-histoire-qui-rechauffe-le-coeur-d-une-relation-attendrissante.php
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Ven 28 Aoû - 22:46

un vrai tarré ce mec, tout à fait le profil d'un pédophile pervers, un égo complètement demeusuré... j'espère qu'il passera des mauvais moments en prison...
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Sam 29 Aoû - 11:26

Bonjour tout le monde,

La Police s'excuse ...

http://www.lexpress.fr/actualites/2/les-ravisseurs-de-jaycee-dugard-plaident-non-coupables_783073.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Sam 29 Aoû - 17:01

Salut Cassandre,

voici des nouvelles tres perturbantes - les filles de Jaycee avait l'air de 'zombies' selon l'agent de police (une femme) qui a declenche la decouverte:

Jaycee Lee Dugard and Phillip Garrido's daughters 'like brainwashed zombies'


The campus police officer whose unease triggered the arrest of Philip Garrido for the kidnap of Jaycee Lee Dugard has described how his daughters looked like "brainwashed zombies."




By Paul Thompson and agencies in Antioch, Califiornia
Published: 1:29PM BST 29 Aug 2009
Police missed an opportunity to rescue Jaycee Lee when they visited her captor's house in 2006 Photo: REUTERS



Officer Ally Jacobs sat in on a meeting with Mr Garrido and his daughters after he requested permission to distribute leaflets on the Berkeley campus of the University of California.
But her suspicions were aroused by the strange behaviour of the two girls - and led to the eventual release of their mother, Jaycee Lee Dugard, after nearly two decades of captivity.


She said Mr Garrido arrived with the girls, aged 11 and 15, who stared at their father "like God" during the meeting. "They had this weird look in their eyes, like brainwashed zombies," she said.
She spoke out as police said that Mr Garrido's home has been searched for evidence of a link to the unsolved murders of several prostitutes in the early 1990s, and as Garrido, 58, and his wife, Nancy, 54, denied charges of kidnapping, rape and false imprisonment in connection with Miss Dugard's disappearance at their first court appearance.
It has also emerged that police missed an opportunity to rescue Jaycee Lee when they visited her captor’s house in 2006.
Officer Jacobs told ABC television that she spoke with both the girls, asking them what grade they were in at school. The girls replied that they were home schooled.
The girls wore drab-coloured dresses, were unusually subdued, had unnaturally pale complexions and appeared robotic and rehearsed when they spoke.
When Officer Jacobs asked the younger girl about a bruise near her eye, the 11-year-old said it was an inoperable birth defect.
Officer Jacobs said she asked the girls what they were doing with their father, but Mr Garrido interrupted and said: "I'm socialising them, showing them how it's done."
When Officer Jacobs queried the statement, asking "How what is done?" he replied, "By interacting with people."
The police officer told ABC television that there was not enough evidence to call in social workers, so instead she called Mr Garrido's parole officer - only to be told by him that the convicted rapist did not have any daughters.
Mr Garrido was arrested after a meeting with his parole officer, which Jaycee Dugard also attended - to reveal that she was the girl who had been missing, presumed dead, for 18 years since being kidnapped outside her home, aged 11.
The events that triggered the unravelling of the mystery began on Monday when Officer Jacobs decided to attend a meeting with Mr Garrido after a member of the college staff mentioned his erratic behaviour.
Mr Garrido had been seeking permission to hold a meeting on the campus but Lisa Campbell, who spoke with him. thought his behaviour was erratic. She said he told her he wanted to "discuss the Lord's work".
Ms Campbell expressed her concerns to Officer Jacobs, who ran a criminal check which revealed Garrido was on parole for rape. For that reason the police officer decided to sit in on the meeting with Mr Garrido when he returned the following day.
A day later, after the meeting with his parole officer, he was arrested - and Jaycee Lee Dugard and the children her abductor had fathered were finally freed.



http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/jaycee-lee-dugard/6110589/Jaycee-Lee-Dugard-and-Phillip-Garridos-daughters-like-brainwashed-zombies.html








































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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Sam 29 Aoû - 17:12

Arrest of kidnap suspect Phillip Garrido hinged on actions and instincts of two members of UC Berkeley police force
By Cathy Cockrell, NewsCenter | 28 August 2009

BERKELEY — Alert action by two members of the UC Berkeley police force played a key role in Wednesday's arrest of kidnapping suspect Phillip Garrido and the return of Jaycee Lee Dugard, who in 1991 at age 11 was abducted from her South Lake Tahoe neighborhood.

Ally Jacobs and Lisa Campbell (Cathy Cockrell, NewsCenter photo)
"He had two little girls with him and they didn't look right," Lisa Campbell, manager of the UCPD special-events unit, says of her initial encounter with Garrido on Monday, when he came to her office to inquire about holding a campus event related to a group called "God's Desire." He said the event would be "'big' and the government was involved," she recalls.

The man's behavior seemed erratic to Campbell and the girls "sullen and submissive." She got his name and made an appointment for 2 p.m. the following afternoon. "I was meticulous in how I treated him," she says. "I didn't want him to not come back the second day."

By the time of the appointment the following afternoon, Officer Ally Jacobs had run a background check on Garrido and discovered that he was a registered sex offender on federal parole for kidnapping and rape. So she made a point to sit in with Campbell when the man returned for his appointment, promptly at 2, the two girls in tow.

Both children were pale, almost gray, they recall, as if they hadn't had much exposure to the sun. The 15-year-old stood in a peculiar position — stiffly, with her hands on the front of her legs, looking up, while "the little kid was staring at me" with "pale, bright blue eyes," Jacobs says.

The two girls "looked healthy, not malnourished, but drab. I couldn't get over the intense stare of the younger girl, like she was looking into my soul," says Jacobs. It felt, she adds, "like Little House on the Prairie meets cult with kids." For Jacobs, who has two small children, "police intuition" merged with "mother's intuition. ... I started thinking like a concerned mom."

The two UCPD employees attempted to engage the girls, asking questions that might help them get a read on the situation without alarming Garrido. What were their names? Why weren't they in school? What grades were they in? The girls mumbled odd names in reply, Jacobs recalls, and said that they were home schooled. According to Campbell, their responses about their grade levels weren't consistent, and when the 11-year-old was asked about a bump near one eye, she quickly answered that it was a birth defect. "It sounded rehearsed," recalls Jacobs. "I was taken aback by her response."

Garrido meanwhile was talking in a disorganized way, and offered up a booklet he'd written, titled "Origin of Schizophrenia Revealed." He volunteered that 33 years ago he was convicted of kidnapping and rape, but that now he was "doing God's work." At one point he grabbed hold of the older girl, saying "They're great girls. They don't even know any curse words!" Jacobs recalls. The girl looked stiff and both she and her sister seemed fearful of any reaction that would displease their father, the officers report.

Jacobs did not have a basis on which to make an arrest. But when the man left, she called his parole officer in Concord, recommending that he check up on Garrido. When she came to work Wednesday morning, she had a telephone conversation with the parole office, who seemed surprised to hear about the girls. Garrido didn't have any daughters, he asserted.

"My heart dropped. 'These are kidnapped kids!'" Jacobs recalls thinking. It wasn't until driving home that she heard the news of Garrido's arrest." As the story began to unfold, "I couldn't belive I was part of something so big," she says. "People are saying I was a hero. I don't accept that. I was just doing my job."

"I'm just grateful to have had an impact," adds Campbell. "It's a relief that those kids now have a chance for a life."

In a statement Friday afternoon, UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau commended the two officers and the UC Police Department for "exemplary" work. "Officer Ally Jacobs and Police Specialist Lisa Campbell displayed the intelligence, training, and professional intuition that are required of the best in police work," he said. "This week that commitment resulted in a breakthrough in an 18-year-old kidnapping, and more importantly, it provided the opportunity for two children and their mother to live a new life, one that we all hope will bring them a full measure of happiness."

More about the two officers


Lisa Campbell, 40, was born and raised in Chicago, Ill. She worked in the Cook County Sheriff's Office for four years and gained experience in the juvenile court and corrections at the county jail. For eight years she was also an officer in Chicago, where she worked youth investigations. Campbell next worked with the San Diego district attorney's office for two years as a welfare-fraud investigator, and spent three years as a background investigator for the Los Angeles Police Department. Lisa joined UCPD in January 2009 as manager of the special-events unit.


Ally Jacobs, 33, was raised in Southern California. She received a B.A. from San Francisco State University and worked for one year as a public-safety dispatcher there. Prior to coming to UCPD, Jacobs also spent one year as a police officer in Concord. She joined UCPD in 2001 and became a police officer in 2002; she is currently a field-training officer.

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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Sam 29 Aoû - 17:14

et pronostic assez difficile pour Jaycee et ses enfants, d'apres quelqu'un qui a etudie Elisabeth Fritzl et Natascha Kampush et leurs capacites pour s'integrer a la vie normale..

Natascha, Elisabeth and the lessons to be learned



Allan Hall looks into the recent spate of kidnappings and forced captivity for sexual gratification




Natascha Kampusch was kept in a cellar from the age of 10

How can any victim recover from having 18 years of her life stolen by a monster?
Two intriguing precedents offer a compelling insight into the months that lie ahead for Jaycee Lee Dugard and her two daughters.
There is Natascha Kampusch, the Austrian girl in the cellar who also had her life stolen when she was just a child. And we will never forget Elisabeth Fritzl - another Austrian - held captive by her own father and forced to bear his children.
These two cases, which I studied in detail for books I wrote about both crimes, have a great deal to tell us about the future for the American captives.
First, while Jaycee's freedom is a cause for great celebration, she will be a prisoner of her tormentor for many years to come.
It will be the task of the psychiatrists, navigating the minefield of her and her daughters' abused psyches, to try to bring some normality into their shattered lives.

This has been the goal of the doctors charged with caring for Natascha, and for Elisabeth and the six children she bore to her twisted father.
Perhaps surprisingly, Natascha, who was held captive for eight years, is much more damaged by her ordeal than Elisabeth Fritzl is by hers.

Kidnapped at the age of ten by loner Wolfgang Priklopil on Monday March 2, 1998 as she trudged to school, Natascha was sealed up in a cellar and became the possession of a man who could not have normal relationships with women.
Unlike a paedophile who desires only sexual gratification, Priklopil's obsession was to make Natascha love him. And in a bizarre way, she did, even after he took his life by jumping in front of a train.
To this day, she carries his photograph around in her handbag, lives at weekends in the house where she was a captive, and spends hours cleaning the cellar where she was held. Recently, she even bought her kidnapper's car, which he was ceaning on the day she escaped after eight-and-a-half years.
I spoke to one of her carers, who told me how damaged Natascha was by her ordeal. 'She did not go through the normal developmental phases like everyone else. She had no puberty or adolescence and, more importantly, she had no chance of interaction with others. 'She is still a fragile young woman who has endured an ordeal that none of us can even comprehend.'
Doctors are still trying to break her Stockholm Syndrome - the binding of captive to captor - which held Natascha in such thrall in the months following her freedom. They have not been entirely successful.

For the cellar remains a magnet for her, a place of sanctuary where she felt safe - before her captivity she lived in a lonely flat with a mother who was rarely there.
Which brings us to the Fritzls; truly a family who have travelled through the harshest psychological wilderness.




Joseph Fritzl kept daughter Elisabeth in a cellar for 24 years
Elisabeth Fritzl was hauled into a cellar by her father Josef in August 1984. She endured 24 years of captivity and 3,000 rapes.
After regaining her freedom, Elisabeth had first to be taught self-respect and that what occurred was not her fault. Purging sex-crime victims of this destructive self-loathing is paramount.
She and the three children who spent their entire lives underground with her had to learn to cope with the panic attacks, the sudden anxiety which in a heartbeat placed her back in that concrete dungeon.
Dealing with the disorientation, shock, anger, guilt and sadness has been excruciatingly slow.
But Elisabeth has broken with a demonic past in the way that Natascha Kampusch has not. The doctors are delighted with her progress - not least because she has fallen in love. One of her bodyguards assigned to protect her in the frenzy which followed her freedom is now her partner.
As Elisabeth and her new relationship have proved, redemption IS possible.

Allan Hall is the author of Girl in the Cellar, and Monster



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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Dim 30 Aoû - 8:45

ETATS-UNIS - La police cherche également des liens éventuels avec d'autres meurtres...Phillip et Nancy Garrido, accusés d'avoir enlevé, séquestré et violé pendant 18 ans la jeune Jaycee Dugard dans leur maison d'Antioch (Californie, ouest), ont plaidé «non coupables», vendredi, dans une affaire qui soulève de nombreuses questions. Arrêtés mercredi par le FBI après la découverte de Jaycee Dugard, enlevée en 1991 dans l'est de la Californie, les Garrido ont été présentés vendredi à la justice du comté d'El Dorado.

Face à leur 29 chefs d'accusation, parmi lesquels enlèvement, viol et séquestration, les époux, menottés et vêtus de combinaisons rouges, ont plaidé «non coupables» et ont regagné la prison du comté. Une nouvelle audience a été fixée au 14 septembre.

Fanatique religieux

Phillip Garrido, sous contrôle judiciaire à vie, avait déjà fait de la prison après avoir été condamné pour un viol et un enlèvement commis en 1971. Décrit par l'un de ses frères comme un «fou», et par certains voisins comme un fanatique religieux qui voulait créer sa propre Eglise, Garrido alimentait
un blog dans lequel il affirmait avoir le pouvoir mental de contrôler les sons.

Dans
un entretien à la chaîne KCRA3, juste après son arrestation, il a décrit l'enlèvement de Jaycee Dugard en 1991 comme «une chose dégoûtante» et affirmé avoir «changé de vie» depuis cet épisode. Il a décrit sa relation avec elle comme «attendrissante». Il a par ailleurs affirmé que ceux qui écouteront son histoire «puissante» et qui «réchauffe le coeur» en «tomberont à la renverse».

Retrouvailles

Le beau-père de la jeune fille, Carl Probyn, a déclaré vendredi que Jaycee avait retrouvé sa mère, accompagnée de ses deux filles, et qu'elle se sentait coupable des liens qu'elle avait tissés avec Garrido. Les retrouvailles, organisées autour d'un dîner ont été écourtées car la jeune femme était nerveuse et ses «deux filles n'étaient pas habituées à avoir des gens autour d'elles», a ajouté Probyn.

Mea culpa de la police

Des voix s'élevaient vendredi pour s'étonner que le calvaire de Jaycee ait pu être ignoré aussi longtemps. «C'est un peu gênant d'être là pendant tout ce temps et de ne pas savoir ce qui se passe. Comment tout cela pouvait-il se passer sous notre nez?», s'est interrogé Steve, un voisin des Garrido.

La police elle-même a fait son mea culpa, reconnaissant qu'elle aurait pu sauver la jeune femme en 2006, lorsqu'elle avait été avertie par des voisins que des personnes semblaient vivre dans des tentes, dans le jardin de Garrido. Mais le policier envoyé sur les lieux n'était pas entré dans la maison et n'avait pas inspecté le jardin, a déclaré le shérif du comté de Contra Costa, qualifiant cette faute «d'impardonnable».

Vendredi, la police a annoncé qu'elle cherchait également dans la maison de Garrido d'éventuelles preuves d'un lien entre le suspect et les meurtres non élucidés de dix prostituées dans les années 90, selon la presse locale.



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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Dim 30 Aoû - 8:49

En 2006, des voisins avaient alerté les autorités sur la présence de personnes dans le jardin de Phillip Garrido...

C'est un voisin qui l'explique au LA Times.

En 2006, Damon Robinson, qui vit toujours à côté de la maison de Phillip et Nancy Garrido, venait de s'installer dans sa nouvelle maison.
Sa compagne d'alors l'appelle sur son lieu de travail et lui dit: "Ils ont des tentes. Il y a des gens qui vivent là. Deux petites filles"...

La jeune femme appelle le 911, le numéro d'urgence aux Etats-Unis pour leur signaler. Les policiers débarquent alors chez celui que l'on accuse d'avoir séquestré et violé Jacee Lee Dugard pendant 18 ans.

Mais rien n'est fait.
Les policiers restent à la porte, s'entretiennent avec
Phillip Garrido puis s'en vont.

"Personne ne sait si nous aurions trouvé Jaycee ou l'un des autres enfants, ce jour-là", a expliqué le sheriff local Warren E. Rupf, dans un message télévisé. "
Mais nous culpabilisons", a-t-il ajouté, selon le LA Times.








Par la suite, d'autres contrôles seront effectués au domicile du couple.
Mais aucun policier ni aucun officiel n'entrera jamais dans le jardin.

C'est pourtant là que Jaycee, enlevée en 1991 à l'âge de 11 ans, a vraisemblablement passé ses 18 ans de captivité et donné naissance à 2 filles.

Elle aurait vécu dans un endroit décrit par le LA Times comme "un assemblage crasseux de bâches, de cabanes et de tentes", "une cour d'enfant avec 2 balançoires et 1 toboggan à côté d'une grange délabrée".


Phillip et Nancy Garrido plaident toujours non-coupables malgré les 29 chefs d'accusation retenus contre eux, selon CNN.com.




(Sources: LA Times, CNN.com, AP sur Youtube)

BEN OUI, VOUS POUVEZ CULPABILISER Evil or Very Mad
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MessageSujet: Re: Jaycee Dugard   Mar 1 Sep - 8:00

ETATS-UNIS - Phillip Garrido a commis des imprudences alors qu'il avait été très vigilant jusque là...Il a réussi le tour de force de séquestrer Jaycee Lee Dugard dans le plus grand secret pendant dix-huit ans. Il est parvenu à dissimuler l'existence de Starlet et Angel, les deux enfants qu'il a eues avec la jeune fille, à ses voisins et à ses agents de probation. Mais, submergé semble-t-il par des troubles psychiques, Phillip Garrido a commis des erreurs incompréhensibles qui ont mené à son arrestation.

Deux jours avant son interpellation, Garrido
se présente à l'Université de Berkeley, près de San Francisco, pour présenter un projet qui doit selon lui «changer le monde» à la responsable des événements et manifestations. Alors qu'il ne les a pas scolarisées ni jamais présentées à un médecin, il vient avec les deux jeunes filles. D'emblée, Lisa Campbell trouve son comportement «bizarre», de même que celui des adolescentes.

Les jeunes filles «étaient comme des robots»

Devant la responsable, Phillip Garrido évoque un livre sur la schizophrénie, «parlant du rôle de l'Etat, du FBI et dans lequel l'Université de Berkeley était impliquée», raconte Lisa Campbell au quotidien local Sacramento Bee. Elle a alors demandé à l'homme de revenir le lendemain, prenant soin d'avertir Allison Jacobs, policière sur le campus.

Le lendemain, Phillip Garrido se présente à nouveau en compagnie de Starlet et Angel, et annonce à Allison Jacobs, qui s'était renseignée, qu'il a déjà été arrêté pour viol et enlèvement, mais qu'il a changé. Mais l'attitude des deux jeunes filles éveille les soupçons de l'officier: «Elles étaient comme des robots. Elles étaient extrêmement, extrêmement pâles avec des yeux bleus pénétrants. J'ai eu une impression bizarre.»

Elles ignoraient que leur mère avait été kidnappée

Starlet et Angel appellent Garrido «Papa», et la plus jeune fait allusion à une grande sœur. L'homme dit être «très fier» de ses filles, mais Allison Jacobs le trouve particulièrement nerveux et contacte l'officier chargé de son contrôle judiciaire après son départ. «Il m'a dit que Garrido n'avait pas d'enfants. Mon sang n'a fait qu'un tour», raconte-t-elle.

Dès le lendemain, Phillip Garrido est convoqué par la justice. Cette fois encore, il se présente accompagné de Starlet et Angel, mais aussi de sa femme Nancy et d'une jeune fille présentée comme «Allissa». Cette dernière sera rapidement identifiée comme étant Jaycee Lee. Selon le beau-père de cette dernière, Starlet et Angel, quant à elles,
ignoraient que leur mère avait été kidnappée.

http://www.20minutes.fr/article/344091/Monde-Comment-le-ravisseur-de-Jaycee-Lee-Dugard-a-ete-repere.php
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