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Dugard diary shows conflicted emotion on captivity (AP)

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    AP - Jaycee Dugard, the Northern California woman who was kidnapped as a child and held prisoner for 18 years, kept a diary in which she wrote of longing for freedom and feeling both emotionally trapped and protective of the man charged with raping her, court documents filed Thursday show.



    FILE - This Sept. 14, 2009 photo shows Phillip Garrido and his wife, Nancy, during a bail hearing at the El Dorado County Superior Court in Placerville, Calif. Defense lawyers for the Northern California couple charged with abducting and raping Jaycee Dugard are trying to portray the suspects as parental figures in a close, caring family, filing motions on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010 seeking in-jail visits for the couple. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, file)

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    El Dorado County prosecutors quoted three portions of Dugard's diary in the court papers seeking a protective order barring Garrido and his wife Nancy from trying to contact Dugard or her children, now 12 and 15. The motion came in response to papers filed last week by the Garridos' defense lawyers trying to force prosecutors to tell them where Dugard is living and if she has a lawyer. A hearing is set for Feb. 26. District Attorney Vern Pierson said Dugard's writings show that Phillip Garrido controlled her in the past and was trying to exert continued psychological pressure on her from jail.


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