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Natascha Kampusch reacts, during the presentation of her book "3,096 Tage" (3,096 Days) at a book store in Vienna, Austria, on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010. Kampusch, who was kidnapped at age 10 says she was repeatedly beaten, starved and forced to do housework half-naked during her 8 1/2 years at the mercy of a man who admired Hitler and considered himself an Egyptian god. (AP Photo/Helmut Fohringer, Pool)
Photo by: Helmut Fohringer
Natascha Kampusch reacts, during the presentation of her book "3,096 Tage" (3,096 Days) at a book store in Vienna, Austria, on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010. Kampusch, who was kidnapped at age 10 says she was repeatedly beaten, starved and forced to do housework half-naked during her 8 1/2 years at the mercy of a man who admired Hitler and considered himself an Egyptian god. (AP Photo/Helmut Fohringer, Pool)

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