On Friday June 3rd Court of California published a hearing in the case of spouses Phillip and Nancy Garrido, which revealed some shocking details of eighteen years of compulsory detention Jaycee Dugard at home Garrido.
Dugard was barely 11 years old when his wife Garrido kidnapped her in June 1991. While spouses do not pass Dugard, the police in 2009, she was a victim of sexual and domestic violence. Reasons for Garrido decided to solve the case Dugard, are unknown.
According to stories Dugard, twenty years ago while going to school in the city of South Lake Tahoe to stick pulled her from the window of a passing car arm. "I felt a push in the back ... I no longer feel my body. Suddenly I was in the car "- quoted Dugard, on that terrible day of the American media.
Phillip Garrido shot in the back of a girl from a stun gun and dragged her into the car. "I can not believe that no one will notice" - Garrido said his wife, laughing.
The first half year Dugard held in the cellar. For a while it continued to intimidate stun gun. Then, when she had her children, her children were kept in different tents. Most Jaycee Dugard hated the summer, when Phillip Garrido forced her to withdraw children on camera.
"Initially he told me that I help him and he had problems with sexual desire, he took me, not to cause harm to someone else" - told the court Dugard. According to her, all 18 years Garrido called it the " ", not her real name.
During captivity Dugard bore Phillip Garrido two children. Wife Nancy Garrido helped to take delivery. From the testimony of Dugard that the sexual harassment stopped after the birth of her second child. Personal information about children Dugard kept secret.
On Thursday, June 2 California court sentenced Garrido 431 a year in prison. His wife received 36 years.
Injured refused to attend the sentencing. Instead Jaycee Dugard wrote a letter which was read out in court the victim's mother. The letter says that Phillip and Nancy Garrido "stolen lives" of Jaycee Dugard, and she does not want to spend, and second in their presence.
She added: "Because of you, and sexual perversion, to which you were forced to me, I hated every second of every day, all these 18 years."
Investigators found the house Garrido videotapes, which depicted the sexual abuse Dugard. Most of the fallen in the court of public video is unavailable due to imprinted on them violence.
Nancy Garrido sometimes expressed its regret at the prison Dugard, but did not try to help the girl escape. At trial, Nancy Garrido pleaded guilty and agreed that she and her husband really stole the girl's right to a normal life.
In an interview with Associated Press investigator Jacobs said that despite their experiences, Jaycee Dugard keeps a stiff upper lip "for themselves, their families and their children."
A few days later the light will come on the memoirs of Jaycee Dugard called "Stolen Life". According to the publisher of the book, Dugard wrote it yourself.
Law enforcement agencies of California Jaycee Dugard paid compensation of $ 20 million and apologized for having failed to convict Phillip Garrido in a crime, despite the fact that he, as a former prisoner who was under their supervision. In the 1980's. Phillip Garrido left a ten-year sentence for raping a woman.
The police checked the house Garrido twice as long as he kept the girl in prison, in 1995 and 2003.