The thing that SERIOUSLY freaks me out about this is the total delusion of Garrido and his wife. Seriously...pleading not guilty to the kidnapping? Sadly, I can picture a highly unethical lawyer trying to capitalize on the fact that Jaycee stayed and worked at the print shop all those years (theoretically having the opportunity to escape and not taking it). But how do they possibly expect to justify the kidnapping in the first place? How can any lawyer justify defending this plea?
And the fact that Garrido claims that the birth of his last child made him "turn his life around" and that people who talked to the victims were going to hear a "heartwarming, uplifting story"...this just makes me SO sick. Yeah, you turned your life around. Just not enough to, you know, make things right by reuniting Jaycee with her family.