Jaycee Lee Dugard: did Phillip Garrido trail a Google Street View camera van?
Phillip Garrido, the man charged with the abduction of Jaycee Lee Dugard, may have followed a Google Street View van after noticing it photographing his street, it has been claimed.
[Editor’s Note: It’s true and pretty damn creeeee-peeeeeeee. I went to Google Maps last night and checked it out. Go there yourself right now at google.com/maps and type in Phillip Garrido’s address of 1554 Walnut Ave, Antioch, CA 94509. Then track down the street to the west of the address and watch the van follow you… ~Reviewer Rob]
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You know most of these so called “police/ parole officers” always have a chip on their shoulders, and even when they fail to do their jobs they appear arrogant like saying “what are you going to do”, let’s face it she who save herself, she was not save by the authorities. Does anyone believe that the authorities were investigating her disappearance? The car used in her kidnapping was in the backyard, the lazy ass cops didn’t even bother to go through the backyard when the information indicated that kids were living back there, they didn’t check local schools to see if the kids were going to school or even asked to see the kids, no report to child protective services, boy how lazy can you be and still pick up your public service check, not to mention the parole officers who failed to visit and find out where this freak was living and what he was doing, amazing, simply amazing.