Jaycee Dugard Children
July 14, 2011 by USA Post
Jaycee Dugard Children, Video footage filmed by the kidnappers of Jaycee Dugard, taken during her time in captivity, has been published by the District Attorney’s office in El Dorado. There are two videos of Garrido: the first video, which is said to have been taken between 1989 and 1993, shows children playing in a playground.
Phillip Garrido’s singing, while his wife passed through the film, though it actually focuses on children in the background.
“The thing to do, it is necessary to make it look as if pointing at me,” said Phillip is heard Garrido. “It is also far from me, they can not say exactly where noted.”
While playing a guitar is heard asking, “I have very good?”
“Yes, I see very well!” a female voice responds, as the camera focuses on a girl in a red shirt on the playground.
Another clip taken features close-ups of the legs of girls in its present form in a parking lot. Phillip Garrido is heard on tape asking: “Do you think anyone can see me?”
The second video shows the house Garrido is sought by a probation officer. The officer goes through the rooms of the house, but does not examine the backyard, which still holds a conversation with Garrido.
“So right now, it’s just you, your wife and your mother here?” The probation officer asked Phillip Garrido.
The answer is unclear, but the officer can be heard saying, “OK,” according to video posted on FoxNews.com.
In an effort to improve monitoring of sex offender’s prosecutors believe that the release of the videos is a sure way to identify faults in the system.
The videos will be used in an exhibition of a public hearing August 3 in Sacramento.
“The hearing will examine what went wrong in the case of Dugard, identify and introduce reforms to the legislation to better protect our citizens from becoming the next victim,” said state Sen. Ted Gaines in a statement.
Evidence published on Tuesday also included photographs of badly damaged videotapes that investigators found in the trash in the backyard of kidnapper Phillip Garrido.
It is reported that Garrido had tried to destroy the tapes with chemicals, but researchers with the help of NASA technicians were able to retrieve the images, the Contra Costa Times.
Phillip Garrido was sentenced last month to 431 years to life for kidnapping and rape of Jaycee Dugard. Nancy Garrido was sentenced to 36 years to life.
Dugard, now 31, published her first book today called for a stolen life, which is an account of her time in captivity.
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