Jaycee Dugard, who was held captive and sexually assaulted for 18 years, gave her first interview to Diane Sawyer on Sunday night.
But unlike the Martinez case, Jaycee Dugard would not be suing the parole officers who voted to release Garrido in 1988.
Jaycee Dugard, who was held captive for 18 years in a squalid series of tents by her abductor, who fathered her two children.
Jaycee Dugard: “I Want to Be Remembered for What I do, Not What Happened to Me”
1946, American English, from pronunciation of J.C., in Junior Chamber (of Commerce).