3. The computer stick shows that Garrido and his wife Nancy allowed Jaycee and her two daughters to develop their brain, hand and eye co-ordination. They were allowing them some form of mental stimulation but it was “the carrot syndrome” where the veiled threat of their situation would have always been in place. 5. The self-esteem book shows that in Garrido’s mind this was his family and he did not recognize the terrible situation but felt it was normal just like a polygamist would do. He was re-enforcing his own twisted beliefs within the family he had created.
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