Nancy Garrido and her attorney want to see kidnapped victim Jaycee Dugard again. The Garridos and their attorneys claim that they were a "close family".
WHAT THE FLYING FUCK?!!!!!!!
Let me give you the obvious fact! The people that raised Jaycee were Terri and Carl Probyn. She was kidnapped and raped for 18 years! What sane fucking Judge would allow the slightest access to the Garridos and their attorneys of Jaycee?
There's been a new constitutional amendment that was approved by the California voters in 2008. It's called Masry's Law (Proposition 9). I don't like some of the parts, but in this case, Jaycee should be empowered to be a competent bitch (and I mean it to be a compliment). So should the Probyns, since their marriage fell so short apart because of Jaycee's kidnapping.
I even read the Defense Motion. It is of such poor quality. It does not even discuss any of the provisions of Masry's law that would any chance of their frivolous request. Jaycee and the D. A. could and should object on the following grounds under the California Constitution, Article I, Section 28(b):
Under subdivision (1) Jaycee can be free of "intimidation" and "harassment". Phil and Nancy are the predators. Why should she be required to see them at all.
Subdivision (2) gives Jaycee "reasonable protection" from people acting on Phil and Nancy's behalf. That means the attorneys can forget giving Jaycee a birthday card.
Subdivision (4) prevents the attorneys from getting confidential information as to her whereabouts.
Subdivision (5) states that Jaycee can refuse to give an interview to the Public Pretender. See ya.
The Garridos have absolutely ZERO rights to act like "parents", because they kidnapped, molested, and raped Jaycee in the first place. The Garridos should be pleading for leniency, not incompetency or they were "a close family". They committed crimes. It's time for the Garridos to pay the piper, AND REALLY MEAN IT THIS TIME!
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