Kidnapping of Jaycee Lee Dugard

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  • Jaycee Lee Dugard

    Jaycee Lee Dugard was a nine year old girl who was kidnapped by a stranger at age eleven. Phillip Garrido was the mans name. She was kept captive for eighteen years, kept in a backyard moving from a barn, to a house, different rooms. Being so young and taken would be the worst, not getting to be with her family. Phillip had a wife named Nancy, they treated Jaycee like their daughter. Jaycee later on got pregnant two times. She now has two beautiful baby girls that are growing up with her. While Jaycee was taken she has been thinking about her old family, if they still were looking for her, if they still cared about her. “John 1:1, wisdom was created before everything”, means God is living in our lives, shows comfort, loyalty, love and is just…

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  • Kristin Ehnmark's Stockholm Syndrome

    I am going to be talking about how this one case study in particular relates to the first recorded occurrence of this phenomenon. On June 10, 1991 Jaycee Dugard was 11 years old the day she was kidnapped. On the way to the bus stop, Dugard came across Phillip Garrido, who [was] hoping to prey upon a little girl. It is thought that Nancy Garrido, who is Phillip Garrido’s wife, spot out Dugard as a prize for him. Phillip Garrido then used a stun gun on Jaycee Dugard. She then dropped down to the…

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  • A Stolen Life Summary

    Life” is about Jaycee Dugard, who is also the author. The book took place on June 10, 1991 when Jaycee was abducted and ended on August 26, 2009 when she was rescued during a meeting Philip had with his parole officer, and was reunited with her family. The book is a biography and was written only to tell her story. Jaycee Dugard was eleven when she was abducted by Philip Garrido and Nancy Garrido while walking out to the bus stop. Philip and Nancy had locked Jaycee up at their house for…

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  • Jaycee Dugard's A Stolen Life

    Stolen Life from Jaycees point of view, Jaycee Dugard reveals her painful experience kidnapped in the backyard of a married couples house. This view of events is very subjective because Dugard shares her mixed emotions towards her eighteen years trapped in the backyard. Sometimes she feels loved by her kidnapper Phillip, other times she feels betrayed and scared. Dugard’s words when she says, “I feel so helpless and vulnerable. I feel so alone… I can’t stop crying” (Dugard 30) shows her unique…

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  • Criminological Theories Of Criminal Behavior

    mother treated him well and never viewed him as a trouble child. In another article, “Phillip Garrido victim speaks to Larry King about Jaycee Dugard case and shares her story part 3,” when asked about his childhood during trial, Garrido stated, “My father never did take any restrictions of beating me or disciplining me, and my mother spoiled me” (Van Horn, 2009). His parents’ lack of discipline leads to the correlation of his future criminal behavior and Hirschi and Gottfredson’s Self-Control…

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  • Ariel Castro Kidnapping Case Study

    Media often only gives a small perspective, and typically does not tell the whole story, which can sway people’s thoughts and beliefs. The media played a very key role in the Ariel Castro kidnapping case. Constant television coverage of the vigils, and family members appearing on news broadcasts consumed the Cleveland area, during the ten years Castro held three girls captive. The whole nation felt vested in finding the missing captives, and everyone felt like he or she knew the victims and…

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