Thursday, June 2, 2011

A judge sentenced to 431 years in jail for keeping a man kidnapped a woman 20 years

A California judge has sentenced Thursday to Philip Garrison, 60, 431 years in prison for kidnapping two decades ago the girl Jaycee Lee Dugard. Garrido remained in captivity until 2009 and probably spend the rest of his life in prison. His wife, Nancy, 55, who lived with the hostage all these years, has been sentenced to 46 years in prison.

The judge accepted the recommendation of District Attorney of El Dorado, which he defined in hearings Garrido as "a sexual predator who stole her childhood and innocence of a girl of 11 years." Dugard has not attended the sentencing. The judge, Douglas C. Phimister, it defines the hijacker as a person "without soul." "What you did is just horrible.'ll Have time to think about it," he resolved.

The victim's mother, Terry Probyn, has read a statement from the saying: "A Philip Garrett: I hated every second of every day for 18 years of my life because of you. In Nancy I have nothing to say." Dugard is now 31 years old. The woman was kidnapped in 1991 on his way to a bus stop in the area of South Lake Tahoe, near San Francisco.

Garrido was hidden in a shack in the backyard of his home. There he fathered two children with her when her mother was released were 11 and 15. Garrido had been previously convicted of rape. Nobody ever suspected anything or went into his house, despite numerous visits by social services.

Dugard was itself which, in August 2009, entered a California police station saying he had been captive for 18 years.

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