Jaycee Dugard’s Diary Entries Revealed

In court on Thursday, an attorney read emotionally charged diary entries reportedly written by Jaycee Dugard, the alleged rape and kidnap victim who was purportedly held in the backyard of an Antioch, CA man's home for 18 years.

People.com reports that El Dorado County Deputy District Attorney James Clinchard recited several of Dugard’s diary entries in court because lawyers for Dugard’s alleged captors, Phillip Garrido and his wife Nancy, wish to learn the current whereabouts of Dugard and the two daughters Garrido is accused of fathering with her.

"How can I ever tell him how I want to be free?" Dugard reportedly wrote in 2003, six years prior to charges being brought against the Garridos, who are accused of abducting Dugard outside her South Lake Tahoe home in 1991 when she was 11.

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