Alleged Kidnaper of Lake Tahoe Girl Gave FBI Manifesto Two Days Before Arrest

Posted By: The Ski Channel on August 30, 2009 11:48 pm

Alleged kidnapping suspect Phillip Garrido, who is the man accused of taking South Lake Tahoe resident Jaycee Lee Dugard near her home over 18 years ago, apparently gave the FBI in San Francisco his “manifesto” two days before he was arrested.  Garrido’s document was a bizarre, typed, four-page note that he said could cure other sexual predators.  He believed he had overcome “aggressive sexual desires” through mind control.  He never referenced Dugard, who he held in his backyard in Antioch, less than 200 miles from her ski resort town.

In the manifesto, Garrido says that “the following experience is encouraging, capable of enlightening and providing solid hope for everyone who suffers from the many forms of aggressive sexual behavior, as well as other problematic behaviors.”  He also described how sex with his “wife” had changed from an act of anger to an act of love; however, it is unclear whether he was talking about Dugard or his real wife, Nancy.  Along with Nancy, Garrido is charged with 29 felony counts in the Dugard case.