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Thread started 08/27/09 1:55pm

butterfli25

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I remember the day Jaycee was taken

bawl

They just found her ALIVE. bawl all these years later.

I lived in Sacramento and it terrified me that a child had been taken less than 1 block from her home, while he father watched and then he pursued on a bike until he couldn't go anymore.

She was in Antioch...next door to my home town, being held hostage for years. makes me wonder about the rash of killings of children during that time frame in Antioch.

I am so so so happy she is alive. :bawl

http://www.cnn.com/2009/C...index.html
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Reply #1 posted 08/27/09 1:59pm

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There is so much goddamn MADNESS up there. Even worse than the big cities it feels to me.

Hopefully this is not a hoax and this family can be reunited pray
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Reply #2 posted 08/27/09 3:23pm

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I can't wait to hear what in God's name happened. 18 years is a looooong time.
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Reply #3 posted 08/27/09 3:30pm

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MIGUELGOMEZ said:

I can't wait to hear what in God's name happened. 18 years is a looooong time.

the details that are coming out are not good. They are saying she's been a sex slave and had children with the maniac who kidnapped her. Worse, that the wife may have organized the kidnapping and may have abused the girl too. sick sick sick! Compared to this crap, why can't we have gay marriage?????
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Reply #4 posted 08/27/09 3:51pm

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SupaFunkyOrgangrinderSexy said:

MIGUELGOMEZ said:

I can't wait to hear what in God's name happened. 18 years is a looooong time.

the details that are coming out are not good. They are saying she's been a sex slave and had children with the maniac who kidnapped her. Worse, that the wife may have organized the kidnapping and may have abused the girl too. sick sick sick! Compared to this crap, why can't we have gay marriage?????




Horrible!!!

I read one article and the person who wrote it TOTALLY confused me.
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Reply #5 posted 08/27/09 5:39pm

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I'm not normally a vengeful person but I don't think the death penalty is out of line for people like this. I really don't.
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Reply #6 posted 08/27/09 5:41pm

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SupaFunkyOrgangrinderSexy said:

MIGUELGOMEZ said:

I can't wait to hear what in God's name happened. 18 years is a looooong time.

the details that are coming out are not good. They are saying she's been a sex slave and had children with the maniac who kidnapped her. Worse, that the wife may have organized the kidnapping and may have abused the girl too. sick sick sick! Compared to this crap, why can't we have gay marriage?????



what the hell does gay marriage have to do with this? why not...throwing puppies off bridges? Somebody somewhere must think that's okay too.
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Reply #7 posted 08/27/09 5:51pm

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abigail05 said:

SupaFunkyOrgangrinderSexy said:


the details that are coming out are not good. They are saying she's been a sex slave and had children with the maniac who kidnapped her. Worse, that the wife may have organized the kidnapping and may have abused the girl too. sick sick sick! Compared to this crap, why can't we have gay marriage?????



what the hell does gay marriage have to do with this? why not...throwing puppies off bridges? Somebody somewhere must think that's okay too.

shut the fuck up.

People complaining about gay marriage being the end of the world when this crap is being done by straight society. that's my point. Straight monsters are the blight of this nation, not 2 consenting adults who want to commit to each other.
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Reply #8 posted 08/27/09 6:20pm

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wow, 18 years! eek
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Reply #9 posted 08/27/09 6:43pm

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i just moved from a town very close to placerville, and my husband worked in placerville, that's one odd town!!! full of weird people, it's like a magnet for freaks!!! eek eek
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Reply #10 posted 08/27/09 6:45pm

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butterfli25 said:

bawl

They just found her ALIVE. bawl all these years later.

I lived in Sacramento and it terrified me that a child had been taken less than 1 block from her home, while he father watched and then he pursued on a bike until he couldn't go anymore.

She was in Antioch...next door to my home town, being held hostage for years. makes me wonder about the rash of killings of children during that time frame in Antioch.

I am so so so happy she is alive. :bawl

http://www.cnn.com/2009/C...index.html


yeah,& back in the late 70's early 80's sacramento had the EAST AREA RAPIST that they still haven't found to this day....the sacto. area is a unique one....why is it such a freak magnet?
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Reply #11 posted 08/27/09 8:08pm

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I am so amazed by this story, it breathes new life into the saying "never give up hope until you find a body" when a child is taken. rose Every parents worst nightmare, to have your child taken. sad
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Reply #12 posted 08/27/09 9:44pm

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can't believe they did this to the girl...likely raping her at 11 too...sick freaks.
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Reply #13 posted 08/27/09 10:14pm

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peacenlovealways said:

can't believe they did this to the girl...likely raping her at 11 too...sick freaks.

I heard he got her pregnant at 13. rose
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Reply #14 posted 08/27/09 10:33pm

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PaisleyPark5083 said:

peacenlovealways said:

can't believe they did this to the girl...likely raping her at 11 too...sick freaks.

I heard he got her pregnant at 13. rose

poor thing.. disbelief
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Reply #15 posted 08/27/09 10:52pm

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18 years and this chick NEVER tried running away or calling for help?

reminds me of a certain chris rock standup routine

she is a grown woman now (29 i think they said on the news?) and FINALLY contacted authorities?

its hard to feel about about someone so stupid
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Reply #16 posted 08/27/09 10:52pm

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minneapolisFunq said:

18 years and this chick NEVER tried running away or calling for help?

reminds me of a certain chris rock standup routine

she is a grown woman now (29 i think they said on the news?) and FINALLY contacted authorities?

its hard to feel bad about someone so stupid


oops, edited for spelling didnt mean to quote.
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Reply #17 posted 08/27/09 10:59pm

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minneapolisFunq said:

18 years and this chick NEVER tried running away or calling for help?

reminds me of a certain chris rock standup routine

she is a grown woman now (29 i think they said on the news?) and FINALLY contacted authorities?

its hard to feel about about someone so stupid


Google "Stockholm Syndrome". You'll sound more educated and be a better person for it.
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Reply #18 posted 08/28/09 4:31am

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minneapolisFunq said:

18 years and this chick NEVER tried running away or calling for help?

reminds me of a certain chris rock standup routine

she is a grown woman now (29 i think they said on the news?) and FINALLY contacted authorities?

its hard to feel about about someone so stupid



She didn't contact the police...this all came out when the man who kidnapped her was interviewed by his parole officer.

This whole situation angers me...here is a man who has been convicted of many sex crimes etc...and they let his ass out on parole. WTF???

I just hope for this young lady and her two children they can find peace.
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Reply #19 posted 08/28/09 5:18am

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squirrelgrease said:

minneapolisFunq said:

18 years and this chick NEVER tried running away or calling for help?

reminds me of a certain chris rock standup routine

she is a grown woman now (29 i think they said on the news?) and FINALLY contacted authorities?

its hard to feel about about someone so stupid


Google "Stockholm Syndrome". You'll sound more educated and be a better person for it.


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Reply #20 posted 08/28/09 5:53am

abigail05

SupaFunkyOrgangrinderSexy said:

abigail05 said:




what the hell does gay marriage have to do with this? why not...throwing puppies off bridges? Somebody somewhere must think that's okay too.

shut the fuck up.

People complaining about gay marriage being the end of the world when this crap is being done by straight society. that's my point. Straight monsters are the blight of this nation, not 2 consenting adults who want to commit to each other.


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Reply #21 posted 08/28/09 6:16am

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PaisleyPark5083 said:

peacenlovealways said:

can't believe they did this to the girl...likely raping her at 11 too...sick freaks.

I heard he got her pregnant at 13. rose


Makes sense since she is 29 now and one of her kids is 15.

This is why I'm a freak about watching my kids even though they are older (12, 13 and 16). Not to mention a little girl was kidnapped and killed in my town a few months ago and they never caught her killer.
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Reply #22 posted 08/28/09 7:04am

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minneapolisFunq said:

18 years and this chick NEVER tried running away or calling for help?

reminds me of a certain chris rock standup routine

she is a grown woman now (29 i think they said on the news?) and FINALLY contacted authorities?

its hard to feel about about someone so stupid


You are fucking kidding, right. That little girl was a BABY when she was snatched up at her bus stop.
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Reply #23 posted 08/28/09 7:08am

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This story totally disgusts me. The kidnapper fathered two children with the victim and the kids have never seen a doctor or school their entire lives.
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Reply #24 posted 08/28/09 7:12am

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i read that she is staying in a motel now with her girls. wtf. i feel, at the very least, she should be surrounded by mink and diamonds in a heaven-like atmosphere after the hell they've been through. jesus motherfucking wept.
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Reply #25 posted 08/28/09 8:42am

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dustysgirl said:

PaisleyPark5083 said:


I heard he got her pregnant at 13. rose


Makes sense since she is 29 now and one of her kids is 15.

This is why I'm a freak about watching my kids even though they are older (12, 13 and 16). Not to mention a little girl was kidnapped and killed in my town a few months ago and they never caught her killer.

I'm a freak about watching my kids also, my girls are 16,11 and 6. Such a sad world we live in, it is hard not to.
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Reply #26 posted 08/28/09 8:44am

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PaisleyPark5083 said:

dustysgirl said:



Makes sense since she is 29 now and one of her kids is 15.

This is why I'm a freak about watching my kids even though they are older (12, 13 and 16). Not to mention a little girl was kidnapped and killed in my town a few months ago and they never caught her killer.

I'm a freak about watching my kids also, my girls are 16,11 and 6. Such a sad world we live in, it is hard not to.




I freak out over OTHER people's children. On my way to work I see tiny little kids going to school, BY THEMSELVES. In my time, maybe, but certainly not now.
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Reply #27 posted 08/28/09 8:54am

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MIGUELGOMEZ said:

PaisleyPark5083 said:


I'm a freak about watching my kids also, my girls are 16,11 and 6. Such a sad world we live in, it is hard not to.




I freak out over OTHER people's children. On my way to work I see tiny little kids going to school, BY THEMSELVES. In my time, maybe, but certainly not now.

YESSS! I see that all the time!! mad

My niece actually saw a little boy on a busy intersection, that looked scared beyond words. She stopped the car and asked him if he was alright, he said he had missed his school bus and was going to walk to school! She asked how old he was, he was 6! My niece called the police and asked what she should do, an officer showed up to get the child. Turns out he was just dropped off at the bus stop (late even) and Mom or dad left. omg Little boy was sitting there talking to my niece Ana, while the police came, he even took a juicy juice from her (Ana is a mom of a 4 yr old boy, juicy juice is standard in her purse) and he was so calm with her, no fear, no I am talking to a stranger fear, nothing. sad
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Reply #28 posted 08/28/09 9:22am

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PaisleyPark5083 said:

MIGUELGOMEZ said:





I freak out over OTHER people's children. On my way to work I see tiny little kids going to school, BY THEMSELVES. In my time, maybe, but certainly not now.

YESSS! I see that all the time!! mad

My niece actually saw a little boy on a busy intersection, that looked scared beyond words. She stopped the car and asked him if he was alright, he said he had missed his school bus and was going to walk to school! She asked how old he was, he was 6! My niece called the police and asked what she should do, an officer showed up to get the child. Turns out he was just dropped off at the bus stop (late even) and Mom or dad left. omg Little boy was sitting there talking to my niece Ana, while the police came, he even took a juicy juice from her (Ana is a mom of a 4 yr old boy, juicy juice is standard in her purse) and he was so calm with her, no fear, no I am talking to a stranger fear, nothing. sad


OH MY!
that scares me that the child was so trusting. I am glad it was your niece he ran into instead of someone who meant him harm.
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Reply #29 posted 08/28/09 9:25am

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PaisleyPark5083 said:

dustysgirl said:



Makes sense since she is 29 now and one of her kids is 15.

This is why I'm a freak about watching my kids even though they are older (12, 13 and 16). Not to mention a little girl was kidnapped and killed in my town a few months ago and they never caught her killer.

I'm a freak about watching my kids also, my girls are 16,11 and 6. Such a sad world we live in, it is hard not to.

A friend of mine from childhood was abducted when she was seven years old. The man who abducted her did unspeakable things to her after she was taken. He drove my friend from state to state, probably in an attempt to avoid getting caught. This was before the time of Amber Alerts. In any event, this guy stopped at a gas station to fill up the tank and was pumping gas when a man at an adjacent pump saw my friend, who was sitting in the backseat. My friend mouthed the words "He is not my dad," and the other patron memorized the license plate of the car my friend was in, went into the gas station to call the police, and the man who took my friend was arrested. It's so wonderful that she was freed and that the man was caught, but my friend was, understandably so, never the same. A string of drugs and promiscuity followed.
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