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By Natascha Kampusch

On March 2, 1998, ten-year-old Natascha Kampusch was once abducted, and located herself locked in a home that might be her domestic for the subsequent 8 years. She used to be starved, crushed, taken care of as a slave, and compelled to paintings for her deranged captor. yet she by no means forgot who she was-and she by no means gave up wish of returning to the area. this is often her tale.

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Byron and I have been nosing around and learned Roberto is moving around from one place to another, never staying in one place. Finding him won’t be easy. According to Roberto’s wife, he’s heavily armed. She told Byron, ‘Roberto will shoot you. ’ “Word on the street is Roberto’s whacked out on meth. He goes days without sleeping. You know what that stuff does to your brain. It makes you crazy. ” Pam had looked at him, worried. “Don’t worry,” he had smiled confidently. “We’ll get him. ” Pam’s mind spun.

He said, getting up from behind his desk and sitting on the edge of it in front of me. “So what if he’s on the take? Do you think he’s the only bounty hunter in this town who is? Let me ask you something. Do you want to go out and get them? Do you think that job is easy? Do you know what it takes? All Arnie cares about is that the bounty hunter gets the job done. If he’s on the take, so what? Who cares? If I were you, I’d pretend we never had this conversation. ” I hadn’t expected that response.

The first thing the human brain does is automatically reject what it cannot fathom. That’s impossible. Mike can’t be hurt. Mike isn’t hurt. Pam’s hand shook as she grasped the phone. “Pam,” Mike’s wife, Dawn, said breathlessly. “My brother just called me. He’s a police officer. ” Much as Pam never wanted to hear those words in her entire life, here they were—blaring in her ear. She often socialized with her longtime bounty hunter, Mike, and his wife, but his wife rarely called at work. Dawn is a calm, cool, collected woman who has her feet planted firmly on the ground.

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