By Mike Bodrogkozi
Wow, great, more news this week of yet another child abduction back in the news. It’s the story of Jaycee Dugard of Antioch, California and this one fortunately has a happy ending. Or does it??
The story begins when she was 11 years old and she was abducted in plain view of her own father at the end of their driveway. A known sex offender had grabbed her with the aid of his own wife and managed to keep her hostage for the last 18 years only miles from her original home.
They managed to keep her there for all those years while drawing the attention of no one even while he had sex offender status for an unrelated charge. He then used the young girl as a sex slave and fathered 2 of her children, now 11 and 15 years old.
So now she’s been found after this lunatic brought them to a parole hearing and questions started being asked. A happy ending? I’m not so sure. This woman will now need a lot of counseling, as will as her children, and possibly her family, now recently reunited.
I figure she could start talking to the daughter of Joseph Fritzel, who imprisoned his own daughter in the basement of his house for 24 years, and fathered 7 children. Or Elizabeth Smart, abducted at 14 in June,’02 and was found 9 months later just 18 miles from her home. She had also been taken by a couple, Brian David Mitchell and Wanda Lleen Barzee. Or Natascha Kampusch from Austria, who was abducted and held for 8 years by pedophile Wolfgang Prikopil, 44 years old, just 10 miles from her home. He did the right thing and killed himself. (see “Death for Douchbags..” Aug,09 WRISEUP.COM)
The husband, Phillip Garrido, 58, and his wife Nancy Garrido ,54, will now deservedly get what’s coming to them. I wonder what kind of twisted bastard you need to be to take another person’s child for your own to do whatever you wish with. It is a life-destroying experience, I’m sure.
I also think this prick hit the jackpot when he found a woman to go along with his sick ideas. How involved was she, we don’t know yet, but even being aware is crime enough. They both look and, by all accounts, are really strange. He looks like Mr. Burns from the Simpsons, and she like a wrung-out wicked witch of the west from The Wizard of Oz.
The story reminded me a little of my own mother’s own experience; she and a few siblings were locked captive in an attic for 9 years by her mother and never went to school or played with other children. The ordeal ended when my uncle, her brother Gordon, jumped out the second-story window and fled to the neighbors’ house.
“What little boy? You escaped from the house next door? That’s impossible, I’ve known the neighbors for years and I’ve met all their children, they are both nice people.”
Sound familiar? Someone’s about to meet some new children.
Well, at least the perverts are following a predictable pattern…
By Mike Bodrogkozi