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Originally posted by St Vaast
is all the information contained in the above excerpts from Mail Online UK being made available to people in the US ?
Originally posted by St VaastIt's not looking good, according to Mail Online articles, sad to say
Jaycee's daughters (who were allowed to socialise independent of their mother and father) stated to people that their father (Garrido) 'had a church in his basement '
Police now appear to suspect Garrido of murdering a number of long-missing school-girls and several prostitutes
Garrido had access to land adjacent to his own, where he had a 'pad' set up, complete with video player. He'd established the same set-up when arrested and jailed for the kidnap and rape of a casino-worker when he was 25.
It's to be wondered if .. after being 'evicted' from the 'pad' he'd set up in a neighbour's building .. if Garrido created another 'den' underneath his house.
A neighbour allegedly alleges that Garrido had up to ten men at a time in the rear of his property for drunken parties and that possibly Garrido was pimping one or more females
Originally posted by St VaastIt's alleged that Jaycee regarded herself as Garrido's 'wife' and established strong bonds with him .. also that she could have escaped and turned him in long before now, but for the Stockholm syndrome which she undoubtedly developed as a survival technique
Originally posted by poet1b
You know, having been addicted to '___', he was a total nut job when the let him out of prison over twenty years ago.
Originally posted by Blueangel7
reply to post by aleon1018
I think you are absolutely right! We are one step closer to being marked or scanned. What a seemingly innocent way to bring it about, also. I really thought that after the 9-11 that we would probably receive a chip. Everything about this guy just totally creeps me out. I think that he probably is a serial killer. And what's up with his blog? What is he talking about?
Some kind of box where you hear voices? Totally creepy!
Originally posted by whatukno
Some people just need to be taken out of the gene pool, this Garrido guy is one of them.
And what is up with this guys wife? How could she be married to this sick freak knowing what he was doing to that child for all those years in the back yard?
Jaycee Lee Dugard kidnap: Phillip Garrido's first wife tells of drugs, violence and sex hell
High on '___' and pot, he would beat her when she turned down his demands for kinky sex. She said: "He was a monster."
She finally escaped his clutches when he was jailed for rape in 1976. In an interview on US TV show Inside Edition she recalled how Garrido had once tried to "gouge her eyes out" with a safety pin after flying into a jealous rage when he saw her with another man.
Christine later remarried and had four children. But she had no idea that her ex-husband had been released from jail until she heard the news about the discovery of Jaycee.
Last night his dad Manuel said he was sure his son murdered three prostitutes and 15-yearold Lisa Norrell in 1998. Police are now searching Garrido's home for bodies.
A rape victim of evil Phillip Garrido has appeared on a chat show revealing how she was assaulted and later stalked by him after he was paroled from prison in 1988.
WHO KILLED LISA NORRELL
It was the first of four murders of young women occurring over the span of two months in Pittsburg last year, and devastated Lisa's largely working-class community.
Today, nearly 12 months after her death, police still have no suspects charged with the crime, and painfully few tips -- unlike other high profile murders of women in San Francisco and Yosemite National Park which resulted in arrests in the same period. It is a case which has inspired fears that a serial killer was on the loose, witnessed a local fire official escape criminal child molestation charges in exchange for offering evidence in the murder probe, sparked a court fight over media access to public records, and prompted changes in California state law governing the reporting of missing children.
This web site, produced by a news reporting class at the Journalism School, examines Lisa's murder, the police investigation, and the lasting effects on her city, friends, and family -- one year after the tragedy.