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Jaycee Dugard: Starlite And Angel Party Pictures And Phillip Garrido’s Rape Songs

jaycee-dugardJAYCEE Lee Dugard – Anorak’s look at Jaycee Dugard in the news – Starlite and Angel party, Phillip Garrido’s rape tour, Alissa serves, Cheyvonne Molina tells all and Garrido’s sex songs for Jaycee…

Sky News: “Girl Missing For 18 Yrs Worked As Secretary”

Former customers of suspected kidnapper Phillip Garrido had no idea that his assistant “Alissa” was the girl at the centre of a high-profile abduction.

Much like the police, then..

Ben Daughdrill used Mr Garrido’s Print For Less business for six years. He said: “She always came across as very polite, very good natured. There was never any reason to think anything different – [she was] just like another secretary at another office.”

Facts. But that’s no good. We need speculation. We need you to tell us what you don’t know…

But Mr Daughdrill says he believes Jaycee may have been coerced by Mr Garrido. “Knowing what I know now I would say he had definitely threatened her and said a lot of things.”

Belives. Definitely. Such are the facts. What about Phillip Garrido and Jaycee’s children Starlite and Angel?

Cheyvonne Molina did business with Mr Garrido for a decade and met Jaycee’s two daughters at a “Sweet 16” party for her daughter.

She said: “They were just your regular 15-year-old, your average 11-year-old.”

Daily Star:

Traumatised Jaycee and her daughters – named yesterday as Starlite and Angel – face years of counselling after their ordeal. Police say the girls, aged 11 and 15, act like “robotic zombies” because of the way religious nut.

Just regular teenage zombies.

All the pictures of the case so far.

Sydney Morning Herald: “Jaycee’s girls and God’s Desire: ‘like Little House on the Prairie meets robots’”

You mean they weren’t robots on the documentary LHOTP?

Daily Telegraph: “Jaycee Lee Dugard’s daughters Angel and Starlite did not know their mother had been kidnapped”

Cheyvonne Molino said Mr Garrido and one of his daughters dropped in every other day for ten or 15 minutes at her husband’s car wrecking business.

“The girls were polite, they played with my daughter in my office, sometimes on the internet,” she said, adding that their clean appearance betrayed nothing of the squalid conditions they endured in tents and outhouses in the back yard of Mr Garrido’s Antioch home.

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Posted: 31st, August 2009 | In: Key Posts, Reviews | Comment