Update Aug 3: Click here for the Aug 2 video of Nancy Garrido's interrogation.
Below are the videos that the El Dorado District Attorney's office released yesterday of Phillip and Nancy Garrido, who kidnapped and imprisoned Jaycee Dugard for 18 years.
From the Contra Costa Times:
District Attorney Vern Pierson, who also released documents related to Phillip Garrido's criminal past and a map of known victims (.pdf) before Dugard, said he hopes the previously undistributed materials will shed light on how a violent sexual predator who was well-known to law enforcement was able to avoid suspicion in Dugard's 1991 abduction for 18 years.
"This is one individual case, but it highlights some of shortcoming and failures that are more systematic," Pierson told Bay Area News Group. "Some things have already changed (since Dugard resurfaced in 2009), but it is important to examine every aspect of the system to determine what more we can to do to ensure something like this won't happen again."
This video was shot by Nancy Garrido and shows a California parole agent conducting a search of their home. At one point Nancy Garrido asks the agent contentiously, "What does the parole agent do for his parolee?" The agent responds by threatening to put her in restraints if she doesn't stay in one room. As the agent leaves, the Garridos complain about the visit among themselves and to him. "He's an arrogant little guy, isn't he?" Nancy Garrido says to her husband.
This is a home video in which Phillip Garrido instructs his wife to pretend to focus on him as she really records little children playing in a park. "You think anybody can see me," Phillip Garrido asks. "No," his wife says.