Look like we’re not the only ones who think the US Government is broken. Look who else is upset at the US. Yes, that’s right, Jaycee Dugard has filed lawsuit at the Government for private mediation because they failed to properly monitor, Phillip Garrido. She doesn’t want the money for herself, she wants to help other families who suffered similar experiences she went through.
Read the full story, here.
I can understand why she’s doing this. She has every right to do it too. I’m sure some would accuse her of being money hungry for this, but it isn’t about money at all. Maybe this is her way of getting revenge at Phillip. He tortured her for 18 years and she wants to torture him in return.
She’s an inspiration to me. Her story is pretty powerful stuff. I wish her the best.
Today, I finished reading, “A Stolen Life” by Jaycee Lee Dugard.
This book is about the disappearance of Jaycee Dugard. It’s tells everything about her life living with the Garrido’s, Phillip & Nancy. She was abducted in 1991 at the age of 11. You may have already known about this story of what they reported in the media, but in this book she reveals a lot of things that nobody knows about. She explains everything in detail of how she lived her life, being held captive by the Garrido’s.
I must warn you that this book is not for everyone to read even though you may think it is. Do not read this book if you: 1) are offended at sexual content 2) can’t take adults sexual abuse against children (which she explains in detail in the book) 3) are scared of this happening to you 4) can’t take graphic material.
You may look at this as a positive and happy book but it really isn’t. It’s very dark and disturbing. I read this book in a few quick days because it was very short. The pacing was really fast, because the way she wrote this book sounded like a young child wrote it.
This book will make you feel sorry and sad for her. I sure did. I don’t think I could read a book like this again though. Even I felt a little frightened reading it.
Did I like it? Well hard to say really. This book was never meant to be liked or disliked, in my opinion. To me, I looked at it as an educational book. She teaches you about survival. If you’ve been abducted and kidnapped, it’s always possible to stay alive. Either to escape or get rescued, either way. She teaches you that just because a person goes missing doesn’t mean he/she could be dead. She proves that.
Feel free to read this book if you want, but to be honest, I wouldn’t recommend it.
This was a smart move they did. I’m glad Phillip and Nancy both admitted to doing it, because if they kept maintaining their innocence, things would have gotten much worse. Glad the Garrido’s made it easy for everyone. Put these whack jobs away for a long ass time. They should be in prison and rot a long slow death behind bars.
They ruined an innocent girl’s life and Jaycee could have had a good life. Just look at this photo. Nancy and Philip definitely feel bad for what they did.
Jaycee would have to live with this for the rest of her life and it’s going to take a long while for her life to get better. She’ll have to start her life over again after this, and it won’t be easy. I wish Jaycee well.