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Monday, September 27, 2010

Judge: Suspect in Jaycee Dugard case might not be competent

Phillip Garrido -- the man accused of kidnapping Jaycee Dugard, keeping her prisoner for 18 years and fathering two children with her -- might not be competent to stand trial, the judge says. The case has been suspended temporarily until the issue can be resolved. Garrido's wife, meanwhile, is not getting any delays. (Garrido, you might remember, did time at Leavenworth. That's actually where he met his wife and got married.)

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