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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Lee Dimaggio
Court documents detailing the kidnapping of 16-year-old Hannah Anderson revealed some grisly details about the ordeal that indicated abductor James Lee DiMaggio actually tortured the girl's mother and younger brother before killing them.
A 16-year-old girl who was rescued during an FBI shootout with her captor in the Idaho wilderness is resting at home with family and friends to begin what her father says will be a slow recovery.
The highly publicized multistate search for a Southern California teenage girl probably would have taken longer if she and her abductor hadn't encountered a sharp-eyed retired sheriff and three others riding horseback in Idaho's rugged backcountry, authorities said.
It’s day six in the search for a 16-year-old girl who is believed to have been abducted by a family friend who first allegedly killed her mother and set fire to their California home. And police warned Friday: James Lee DiMaggio, 40, may have booby-trapped his get-away car with a bomb.
He refused to say how many times DiMaggio was shot or elaborate on the rescue.
They were also puzzled why Anderson and DiMaggio were hiking in the opposite direction of their stated destination, the Salmon River.