Jaycee Dugard Pinecone

July 11, 2011 by Post Team 

Jaycee Dugard PineconeJaycee Dugard Pinecone, The last minutes of her much awaited TV special Jaycee Dugard up in a hot air balloon. This was the second in a list of things I wanted to do if you ever ran away from 18 years in prison in a mad frenzy den backyard tents and sheds outside Antioch. It was a list she wrote and kept hidden from Phillip and Nancy Garrido captors.

The first item in the list found that either: her mother, Terry Probyn, was by her side. ABC News’ exclusive interview with Diane Sawyer that aired Sunday revealed from time to time – lots of details appeared on two years worth of reports from the media and Dugard’s own grand jury testimony – but added that rarely heard the voice of Dugard of a survival story that gripped the world.

“You can not steal anything. You cannot steal our love for others. You can not remove it,” said Dugard, directly in front of Phillip Garrido. “Good win.”

Dugard, sporting long, dark brown hair – she was blonde in leaflets and in the old time artists sketches circulated after her disappearance in June 1991 South Lake Tahoe – said coldly when talking about the habitual violation suffered at the hands of Phillip Garrido, They had two daughters of that abuse.

“(I) Do not feel I have this rage inside me that building,” Dugard said Sawyer. “I refuse to let him have.”

The interview is the single most important advertising anticipated before the release on Tuesday Dugard’s memoir, “A Stolen Life”, accompanied by an audio book that she tells.

Dugard, 31, told Sawyer he was kidnapped and taken to Garrido’s house as one of 11 years of age.

“The world changed in an instant,” he said.

The TV special showed a video of Phillip Garrido singing and playing guitar with the filming of Nancy, whom authorities believe was a ruse to register the children playing in the background. For millions of people, was the first time to hear the voices of Garrido, “audio recording was expelled from the courtroom El Dorado County, where they were sentenced to virtual life in prison.

ABC News also won Nancy Garrido recording a visit of probation in which an officer pepper distracted with jokes while Phillip Garrido leads around the house in haste, with Dugard no more than 30 meters away in a time. Dugard’s saga was a flashpoint of federal probation officers and state and local authorities warned not to find in captivity.

The former sheriff of Contra Costa County Warren Rupf made an appearance on the show to talk about his agencies own failure in this regard.

“I actually talked to one of the agents,” Dugard said on another visit, will say that when there is no rescue came, “made me feel like I do not care.”

Dugard also described her inability to escape at any time more than 18 years – including during a visit to the Brentwood Cornfest very public.

“I’ve asked myself that question many times,” he said. “What I knew was safe. The stranger who was there was terrible, especially when you think about girls.”

He thanked the two police officers UC Berkeley, Allison Jacobs and Lisa Campbell; whose suspected Garrido at the University launched its eventual release in August 2009.

Dugard told Sawyer that she now has a pinecone charm on a necklace, as it was the last thing you occupied before being kidnapped and became a symbol of hope. An image of a pineapple also adorns the cover of her book and minimalist is the emblem of the newly created JayC Foundation, which aims to empower victims of sexual abuse. “Why not look at and look down until it can be more frightening,” he said.

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