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Jaycee Dugard

  1. Stacie L profile image88
    Stacie Lposted 6 years ago

    I watch some of Diane Sawyers interview with kidnapped victim Jaycee Regards and I was appalled to learn that her abductors used a stun gun on her!That had never been known how they got her into the car so easily

    She also was staked out by his wife.i had to turn it off...
    She is 31 now and remarkably "normal"

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      klarawieckposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      She might seem normal but there is permanent damage, I'm sure.

  2. Paul Wingert profile image78
    Paul Wingertposted 6 years ago

    The state made some serious screw ups when monitoring the piece of s**t that abducted her. Now that he's doing 400+ years in prison in protective custody (locked in a cell 23 hours a day), I wouldn't mind if the state screwed up one more time by putting him in general population. Let's see how long that low life lasts before some other convict kills him in order to make a name for themsleves. Jeffery Dalmer only lasted 3 days in general population before he was killed.

  3. Lisa HW profile image77
    Lisa HWposted 6 years ago

    She's a fighter and survivor.  Her mother is a fighter.  I admire them both tremendously.  Some people who have been through far less wouldn't have the kind of anger and fight they have.  That'll get them through.

    The mother isn't through with the moron-losers (and whatever agency/entity they work for) who could have found her daughter ages ago.  I hope she makes the biggest, most humiliating, public deal out of who, exactly, did what; and I hope every last one of their careers are destroyed (and their lifestyles and any peace of mind they may have is destroyed - the way her daughter's and her lives were taken from them).  She's a mother, and now she's got the public's attention.  I really hope she gets some kind of satisfaction on behalf of her child.  That's what it'll take for her to be able to move.

    1. Uninvited Writer profile image86
      Uninvited Writerposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      It seems Jaycee has moved beyond wanting revenge. What exactly will going after people and destroying their lives accomplish? The two criminals are in jail for life. I don't understand how she was missed but there is nothing to be gained other than revenge.

      I would hope it would mean it will never happen again. And after this I doubt it will happen again.

  4. Stacie L profile image88
    Stacie Lposted 6 years ago

    if the probation department learned anything from their mistakes then that's all we can ask.
    sometimes nosy neighbors are the best protection!

  5. ahorseback profile image79
    ahorsebackposted 6 years ago

    As usual though , It will and is happening again and again ! Americans are becoming a people who have forgotten that punishment works. This guy doesn't deserve 23 hrs a day in a hole. How do any of you women and mothers feel about sex offenders in your nieghborhood who forget to register , move from town to town , state to state to stay under the radar. It has already happened a hundred times since this began.  Oh I know! "Vengence is mine saith the lord" , and "punishment is soo cruel".......umm hummm! Lets see, if the perp lives twenty years at your expence in a country club .....a couple million $?