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EXCLUSIVE: Read The Psychiatric Report of Jaycee Lee Dugard's Kidnapper

Sep. 1 2009, Published 7:33 a.m. ET

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Evil kidnapper Phillip Garrido abused LSD, suffered a history of severe sexual disorders and suffered  from "emotional conflict" with his parents, according to an explosive psychiatric exam unearthed by

Click here to see Garrido's explosive psychiatric exam

Court-appointed Dr. Lynn Gerow examined twisted Garrido as part of his rape trial in 1977 after his attorney tried to declare him insane because of heavy drug use.

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Dr. Gerow examined him in December 1976 and found Garrido competent to stand trial. He subsequently admitted to abducting and raping the woman he was accused of kidnapping.

In the three-page report to the judge the doctor described Garrido as tall, thin and 'unkempt'.

"He was preoccupied with the idea of sex and admitted to a history of severe sexual disorders," Gerow said.

In Dr. Gerow's opinion Garrido suffered from a "mixed sexual deviation and chronic drug abuse with the latter may be responsible in part for the former."

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In a neurological report on Jan 6, 1977, Dr. Albert F. Peterman found that Garrido was not suffering from brain damage.

Dr. Peterman noted: "LSD made him quite aggressive, which he realizes - he had used LSD prior to his alleged offense, but remembers the details of the sexual abduction and sexual activity quite well."

The doctor also stated that Garrido had appropriate concern for the case and that he was "looking forward" to going to court. He also said that he had found religion and felt that his life would 'change for the better.'

Garrido served 10 years in a federal prison in Leavenworth, Kansas, before being granted parole. He then served seven months for the rape conviction in a Nevada prison before being granted an early release in August 1988.

Less than three years later, he allegedly kidnapped Jaycee Lee Dugard in 1991 when she was 11.

Garrido was then returned to prison in April 1993 for an undisclosed parole violation before being released four months later.



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