Jaycee’s book chronicles hell

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I read, with occasional tears, the book “My Stolen Life” by Jaycee Lee Dugard. I cannot fathom the hell she endured for all those years. I don’t understand why Mr. and Mrs. Scumbucket get to continue breathing on this Earth. The things they did to this woman for 18 years are deplorable. Every single person who checked on the Scumbuckets for his entire life need to be required to read Jaycee’s book. Everyone involved with this kind of people should read the book. Hopefully, the system will change the way things are done with this kind of people. Before reading the book, I would talk to people about the situation. I would get the tears started because that could have been me 30 years earlier when Jaycee was taken. I was 11 years old in the fifth grade living in South Lake Tahoe, walking to the bus stop. No one should ever have to go through what Jaycee went through. My prayers are with Jaycee and her family to regain a somewhat normal life as best can be. Sally Palmer Dawley, Auburn