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File- This Feb. 7, 2004, file photo shows Sabine Dardenne in Kain, Belgium. The girls where between the ages of 8 and 19 when snatched between mid-1995 and August 1996, the six victims were abducted, tortured and abused by Belgian Marc Dutroux. Only Dardenne, 12, and Laetitia Delhez, 14, escaped alive after being found near the southern Belgian town of Charleroi a few days after Dutroux's arrest in August 1996. He is serving a life sentence. His wife, Michelle Martin, is now in a convent after serving 16 years of a 30-year prison term. (AP Photo/Bruno Arnold, Pool, File)

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File-This March 10, 2004, file photo shows Laetitia Delhez attending the hearing at the Palace of Justice in Arlon, Belgium. Girls between the ages of 8 and 19 when snatched between mid-1995 and August 1996, the six victims were abducted, tortured and abused by Belgian Marc Dutroux. Only Sabine Dardenne, 12, and Delhez, 14, escaped alive after being found near the southern Belgian town of Charleroi a few days after Dutroux's arrest in August 1996. He is serving a life sentence. His wife, Michelle Martin, is now in a convent after serving 16 years of a 30-year prison term. (AP Photo/Jean-Michel Clajot, Pool,File)

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File-This 1996 file photo shows Melissa Russo, left, and Julie Lejeune on a poster. Russo and Lejeune, where amonth the six girls, between ages 8 and 19 that snatched between mid-1995 and August 1996. The six victims were abducted, tortured and abused by Belgian Marc Dutroux. He is serving a life sentence. His wife, Michelle Martin, is now in a convent after serving 16 years of a 30-year prison term. (AP Photo/File)

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FILE - This is a 1981 file photo of Steven Stayner as he testifies about his abduction in 1972 by Kenneth Eugene Parnell and his seven years in captivity. The 7-year-old boy was kidnapped in 1972 while walking home from school in Merced, California. After Stayner escaped captivity in 1980, Kenneth Eugene Parnell was convicted of kidnapping him and a second boy, 5-year-old Timmy White, and sentenced to seven years in prison. Stayner died in a motorcycle accident in 1989 at age 24. (AP Photo/File)