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Shattered Innocence

by Robert Scott

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Jaycee Lee Dugard was kidnapped on June 10, 1991, when she was 11 years-old and remained missing for more than 18 years until August 26, 2009, when a 29 year-old Dugard, along with her two daughters and Phillip Craig Garrido appeared on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley, to hand out religious literature. The case attracted national media attention. "Shattered Innocence" is the previously untold story of the Jaycee Lee Dugard abduction. Seeking to set the record straight, it examines the case that stunned the nation first in 1991 when 11-year-old Jaycee was kidnapped, and then again nearly 20 years later, when her captors were finally arrested so she could go free. Through extensive research, interviews and investigation, Scott reveals startling new information about Phillip Garrido that has not been reported anywhere else, including 16 pages of shocking photographs never before available to the media or the public. Written by an acclaimed investigative journalist and insider who grew up in the same time and place as Phillip Garrido, this harrowing account reveals new insights and evidence about Garrido's criminal past and manipulation of the legal system. With police and psychologist testimony, this book answers the question: How could someone so evil get away with his crimes for so long?

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Jaycee Lee Dugard was kidnapped on June 10, 1991, when she was 11 years-old and remained missing for more than 18 years until August 26, 2009, when a 29 year-old Dugard, along with her two daughters and Phillip Craig Garrido appeared on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley, to hand out religious literature. The case attracted national media attention. "Shattered Innocence" is the previously untold story of the Jaycee Lee Dugard abduction. Seeking to set the record straight, it examines the case that stunned the nation first in 1991 when 11-year-old Jaycee was kidnapped, and then again nearly 20 years later, when her captors were finally arrested so she could go free. Through extensive research, interviews and investigation, Scott reveals startling new information about Phillip Garrido that has not been reported anywhere else, including 16 pages of shocking photographs never before available to the media or the public. Written by an acclaimed investigative journalist and insider who grew up in the same time and place as Phillip Garrido, this harrowing account reveals new insights and evidence about Garrido's criminal past and manipulation of the legal system. With police and psychologist testimony, this book answers the question: How could someone so evil get away with his crimes for so long? --Publisher.… (more)

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