Poll: Why did Garrido bring Jaycee to the PO office?

Discussion in 'Jaycee Lee Dugard' started by LinasK, Nov 5, 2009.

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Why do you think Garrido brought Jaycee along to the PO's office?

  1. He was tired of running and wanted to get caught

    14 vote(s)
    9.1%
  2. He saw the opportunity for his 15 min of fame

    7 vote(s)
    4.5%
  3. He thought LE would believe his lies that she was his niece

    101 vote(s)
    65.6%
  4. Other ideas

    39 vote(s)
    25.3%
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  1. kbl8201

    kbl8201 Former Member

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    i open my trap too much without thinking. but the last thing i want is this case to get messed up cause of me. i will be more careful in the future.
     


  2. jazerelle

    jazerelle New Member

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    Here are my ideas which are probably already been stated.
    1. Jaycee was never allowed to be alone, ever. Since he had to bring his wife he had to bring Jaycee too or lock her up and how would that look in front of the two girls.
    2. The girls on their previous trip mentioned an older sister didn't they so he had to bring that older sister. (however maybe I have that timeline wrong.
    3. He had to bring a mom for the two girls because obviously his wife Nancy did not look the part.
    4. He has an oversized ego and thought he would get away with it.

    It is obvious that he coached them all on what to say. He had prepared several stories. When he brought Jaycee to be the girls mother the girls went along with it even though they thought Nancy was their mom.

    The request for a lawyer, the runaway wife, all of it stories he made. He made so many stories, that he couldn't keep them straight. Remember on the first visit he said they were his brothers girls, his nieces, a brother he didn't know where he lived but managed to get hold of the girls.

    Then when the parole person showed up the night before none of the girls including Jaycee were in sight. Just him Nancy and his mom.

    And in the end he folded. So I think he took Jaycee because he couldn't leave her at home alone and needed her there to be the mom to the girls, which ironically she is.
     
  3. Natal

    Natal Former Member

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    Except that we know that he has left Jaycee at home before on a family trip (the one with Jack to SF, which included the 2 girls, Nancy and him, but not Jaycee). So scratch that.
     
  4. my2sisters

    my2sisters New Member

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    Jaycee had to stay home to take care of Patricia. Patricia did say that Jaycee was good at helping Nancy care for her and the pictures are recent.
     
  5. anthroamy

    anthroamy New Member

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    Interesting thoughts jazerelle, but how do you explain Garrido telling a different story than Jaycee was telling right off the bat? He didn't switch stories part way through, he immediately told the PO that they were all three sisters, the daughters of his brother while Jaycee said that she was the girls' mother.
     
  6. anthroamy

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    Yep. Or else he had no issues with the girls seeing him lock Jaycee up ::shudder::
     
  7. Billylee

    Billylee New Member

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    The only way I could explain it, is that the man was really losing his mind. Apparently, according to everyone around him for the prior 3 months or so, he was going bonkers, rambling on, singing in the middle of a conversation, not making sense, etc. I think it's highly possible that PG just stepped on his own you know what, and the girls all then had to shoot from the hip to try to make sense of things. JMO
     
  8. my2sisters

    my2sisters New Member

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    After considering all the arguments I have to agree. I think he had totally lost it and like he said, "it was time". He knew when the time came he would be arrested and spend the rest of his life in prison but would cure sex offenders in prison because Jaycee would help tell his story. I think he realized that the *** would find out no matter what he said at that point anyway.

    I've heard different reports about whether Jaycee, Nancy and the girls were in the same room or a different room when he said they were his brothers daughters?
     
  9. anthroamy

    anthroamy New Member

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    So you think he slipped up (because he was losing it), coached the girls on one story, but forgot and stuck to his original himself? Then perhaps the PO confronted the women and they were like "Oh ****." Works for me :) Sounds like he was ready to give it up at that point anyway, or almost ready, since he'd dropped off his manifesto and given away his god box.
     
  10. anthroamy

    anthroamy New Member

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    Great minds..... ;)

    Doesn't the IG's report say they were in different rooms?

    ETA: O/T, but I don't think anyone but fellow WSers would appreciate this: I totally saw Allie Jacobs the other day. We were driving and she was working, so I didn't get to say anything to her (What would I say anyway? I'm such a dork.), but I SAW her! :)
     
  11. Tizzle

    Tizzle Go Wings!

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    I.G. Shaw's report said PG was separated from NG and ladies, immediately and before questioning. I think this report is a far more reliable source than a TLC re-enactment. JMO.

    Yes, PG "lost it". Many, many years ago. I'm not sure he ever had "it", ykim?
     
  12. Tizzle

    Tizzle Go Wings!

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    Well, of course, you tell her she's a wonderful example for police, especially police women, everywhere! It's a good thing to tell our police that they are doing a good job when they are. (It's cool, I'm a dork, too!)
     
  13. kbl8201

    kbl8201 Former Member

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    between the berkley officers and the woman who stopped the fort hood massacre, this is been quite the year for woman police officers :)
     
  14. Natal

    Natal Former Member

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    It must have been an interesting day at the office for sure, I think the folks there don't get to see that too often.
     
  15. kbl8201

    kbl8201 Former Member

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    i would think not.
    since they apprently dont monitor the parolees enough for stuff to come out, unless they do somethin stupid like garrido did here.
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  16. jazerelle

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    The thing about lying is you have to remember what you said. He said they were his nieces but didn't know where his brother lived. He made up a script for Jaycee to follow and she did. Only thing is he gave in. Just like he gave in when he raped that 24 year old. It didn't take much for him to finally confess to raping her. He always folds when a strong presence confronts him. He brought Jaycee to play the part of mother (ironic since she is their mother) to be a good front for him to show he was a "great man" and good with the kids.

    All planned ahead. Fortunately all his efforts failed.
     
  17. jazerelle

    jazerelle New Member

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    Yikes, talk about losing it. I am repeating myself. Sorry.
     
  18. Billylee

    Billylee New Member

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    From the report:

    As the parole agent was on the phone with the officer, he observed that Garrido was
    accompanied by his wife and three young girls. After completing his conversation with the
    officer, Garrido’s parole agent wisely isolated the females–including Garrido’s wife–to identify
    them. The oldest of the three young females identified herself as Alyssa, the second oldest as
    Angel, and the youngest as Starlet. During further questioning, Alyssa advised that she was
    the girls’ mother. The parole agent believed that Alyssa looked too young to be the mother and
    asked her age. Alyssa said that she was 29 years old, laughingly explaining that she often gets
    that comment and that people believe she is the girls’ sister.
    As the parole agent continued his questioning, Alyssa and Garrido’s wife became defensive
    and agitated, wanting to know why the parole agent was interrogating them. The parole agent
    explained that he was investigating Garrido’s visit to UC Berkeley with the two young girls.
    Alyssa said she was aware that Garrido had taken the girls to UC Berkeley and that he was a
    sex offender who was on parole for kidnapping and raping a woman. She added that Garrido
    was a changed man and a great person who was good with her kids. Alyssa subsequently stated
    that she didn’t want to provide any additional information and that she might need a lawyer.
    The parole agent then directed Garrido to a room and asked him to explain the relationship of
    the three young girls.
    Garrido thought for a moment and responded that they were all sisters
    and that the father was his brother who lived nearby in Oakley, California. Garrido stated that
    the parents were divorced, the girls were living with



    Is this a little confusing to anyone else but me? First it says Garrido was immediatley isolated from the females. Then it says later he was moved to another room. Why would they move him to another room if it had already been done? Also, I can't tell from this report if Nancy was also isolated from Jaycee and the girls or not. Can you?
     
  19. Tizzle

    Tizzle Go Wings!

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    NG and ladies were probably escorted to a room from a waiting area. PG probably remained in the waiting area until the PO came out and escorted him into another room. I did find the wording confusing, at first, in that I thought they meant they isolated them all separately, meaning they were each alone in a room. I now understand it to mean that NG, JC and girls were in one room with PG in another.
     
  20. Billylee

    Billylee New Member

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    Yes it is confusing. That's what I thought the first time I read it, now, I'm not so sure, it sounds more like they were each in different rooms. ? I get the waiting room part though, that makes more sense now.

    Anyway, when I went back and read this synopsis of what transpired that day and the day before, what nailed Garrido's butt, was the fact that the Berkeley cop heard the kids call him daddy. And that's what she was portraying to the PO when he was on the phone with her. Garrido had told the PO the day before, they were his nieces, so actually it all boils down to getting caught in a lie because of what came from the mouths of babes!
     

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