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|Posted: Tue Sep 01, 2009 2:03 am Post subject: E-mails show capture scapegoat worked at doubt's business
|ANTIOCH, California (CNN) -- Customers of the printing group knew her as "Allissa."
Jaycee Dugard was kidnapped at 11 and kept unseen for the benefit of 18 years in a backyard compound, authorities say.
They spoke to her to realistic create, problem cards and fliers, and define her as dab hand, respectful and responsive.
"She was each okay at getting us what we wanted," said Ben Daughdrill, who used to own a junk hauling business. "You got the belief she was doing all the work."
But "Allissa," authorities convey, was in the end Jaycee Dugard, kidnapped 18 years ago from her people's home in South Lake Tahoe, California.
Her identity was discovered earlier this week and her presumed kidnappers -- 58-year-old Phillip Garrido, a registered shafting offender, and his 55-year-old wife Nancy -- were arrested.
They camouflage 29 felony charges, including sack and kidnapping, and both press pleaded not guilty. Read more on CNN News.