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AMBER ALERT CAPTIVE EXCHANGED 13 PHONE CALLS AND HANDWRITTEN LETTERS WITH KIDNAPPER BEFORE ABDUCTION

130815195812-erin-wian-hannah-anderson-makes-appearance-00001712-story-topBrad Merriman – President – TACD Media LLC – Police today confirmed that Amber Alert Captive Hannah Anderson did indeed write notes that were recovered in alleged kidnapper James DiMaggio’s burned out home.  It is also known that according to cell phone records, Anderson and DiMaggio exchanged 13 phone calls before she was picked up from cheerleading practice and the phone was turned off..  In DiMaggio’s home police also found several used condoms, a gas can, duct tape, camping equipment and a map of Yosemite.

Apparently DiMaggio had confessed to Anderson a few months ago that he had a ‘crush’ on Anderson.  This confession did not stop her from taking trips alone with DiMaggio to Malibu, Hollywood, and to several of her cheerleading meets.   Hannah did not stop her friendship with him for fear it would break up the friendship DiMaggio had with her father. .

In a surprising twist, James DiMaggio’s father James SR. had once professed feelings for a 16 year old girl, and held her at gun point. He had told the girl he only dated her mother to stay close to her.  This is an eerie similarity to James DiMaggio JR.’s  behavior.  When the girl rejected his advances, he held the girl and her boyfriend at gun point.  The young girl went to use the bathroom and escape, that is when DiMaggio SR. ran away.  It is not clear if charges were filed or not in that case.

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One thought on “AMBER ALERT CAPTIVE EXCHANGED 13 PHONE CALLS AND HANDWRITTEN LETTERS WITH KIDNAPPER BEFORE ABDUCTION

  1. Interested to know what kind of messages those were

    Posted by Angelina Marie Brewer | August 16, 2013, 9:07 pm

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