Lock him up for good.
Call it a gut feeling but I think there is more to this story.
The aunt and she both look happy. I hope people will let them try and return to
normal as much as possible. I remember Elizabeth Smart saying when
she was first abducted she could hear her uncle calling out her name but a knife
was being held at her throat so she couldn't say or do anything. At least
she knew they were trying desperately to find her. In the case of
Jayme, no one knew where exactly to look so how wonderful she ran away and had
the courage to ask the stranger lady who knew exactly what to do to help her
immediately and that LEO arrested the guy a mere 11 minutes after they were
called by the people where she was taken inside for safety. That's some
amazing work almost instantly by everyone involved at that point. Happy for her
being rescued...wish her the absolute best.
thankful she is safe
I hope he gets the death penalty.
RE: "She just yelled, 'Please help me. I don't know where I am.
I'm lost."...---The thought of a 13 year old being in that
desperate a situation just brings me to tears. And this was the end of her
ordeal. I can't imagine how desperate and afraid she was on the other
days.I'm glad she got the courage to say something. It could
have gone on so much longer if she didn't.Kids need to know
that people will help if they will reach out to them. I know their captor has
a strong hold on them and they experience fear I can't imagine, but the
only solution is to let us know so we can help.Glad it's
finally over. Now she can mourn the loss of her parents. Also sad.