28 February 2011

Fwd: Breaking: Garridos confess in Jaycee Dugard kidnapping and rape case

Win K, Charles, CEO of Aspen rose arts

"I'm a disabled woman, living a non-disabled life"~ Win C

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From: "Los Angeles Times" <news@e-mail.latimes.com>
Date: February 28, 2011 4:03:55 PM MST
To: wcharles622@gmail.com
Subject: Breaking: Garridos confess in Jaycee Dugard kidnapping and rape case
Reply-To: "Los Angeles Times" <newsQ79IU2.4822889@e-mail.latimes.com>

Breaking news

Garridos confess to police in Jaycee Dugard kidnapping and rape case

The couple charged with kidnapping Jaycee Lee Dugard in 1991 and holding her captive for 18 years have confessed to police about the crime, an attorney for one of the defendants said Monday.

Phillip and Nancy Garrido are charged with kidnapping Dugard in the case that captured international attention when Dugard and her daughters were discovered in 2009 living in a ramshackle compound in the Garridos' Antioch, Calif. backyard. Phillip Garrido, who is also charged with rape, is the father of Dugard's children.


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