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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(New York: Erica Hill) The role of wife Nancy Garrido in the case in which her husband, Philip Garrido kidnapped Jaycee Dugard in California 18 years ago featured; details given about their marriage in 1981 while he was in prison. [Psychiatrist Gail SALTZ- offers analysis of the subservient woman.] [Garrido's first wife Christina MURPHY- talks about Garrido.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Garrido's manifesto mentioned. Live discussion held with cult expert Jana Lalich & kidnap victim's father Ed Smart about the kidnapping. [LALICH - talks about the captor-kidnapper relationship of Garrido & Jaycee, who would "forget" about her original family; comments on the adjustments for Jaycee & her two children & the widespread emotions when entering into a new world.] [SMART - talks about Jaycee & her children & how he has dealt with his own daughter, Elizabeth.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Hill, Erica
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