SIGNIFICANT BLOG FIND?
Normally, I wouldn’t rush a blog post like I’m about to do here. The Phillip Craig Carrido story out of California is still growing in media magnitude as details of Carrido’s arrest emerge. I had no time to write about about the story when it first broke this morning…the unbelievable development concerning an 11-year-old girl who’d disappeared in 1991 ….now very much a grown woman who’d just “walked into to a police station” all these years later (I did post a link on this blog’s facebook page late this morning). And it turned out she didn’t simply walk into a police station).
Then came the news conference. And soon the unimaginable details of the Jaycee Lee Dugard case finally began to see the light of this day.
I had no time write today. And because I’m about to go to the airport to pick up my son, little time to write now. But I want to share a possible nugget of insight…something that might even be a tad significant.
First, if you haven’t already done so, listen to KCRA-TV’s unedited audio interview with Garrido today. Pay particular attention to what he says about a church. I emphasize that moment as–while it may seem benign–it seems to gel with something I’d found on the Internet this afternoon, resulting from a quick Google images search.
At this LINK, you’ll find text and documents concerning a Mr. Phillip Craig Carrido. My hunch is that this is the same man arrested in the Dugard case. At least one document concerns Mr. Garrido’s “invention.” You’ll need to scroll down a ways to find that document.
You’ll also note that some of the text on that blog post concerns a “church.”
Is that blog post featuring Mr. Carrido’s name significant in any way to the Dugard investigation? Perhaps not. But after listening to KCRA’s exclusive interview with the suspect this evening, I have to wonder.
My apologies, in advance, for any spelling errors or poor writing here. It’s off to the airport now. My 12-year-old’s been away for the summer. Can’t imagine what it would be like not see him for 18-years.