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Re: EMPLOYMENT (IN ATLANTA GEORGIA)

David Dillard
 




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My name is Kristen McGahee and I am seeking employment in the Atlanta area. I hold a Bachelor's in Social Work
and am looking for something in the social work or a related field. I currently live in Tallahassee, Florida but am urgently
looking for employment hoping to move to the Atlanta, GA area before the school year begins. I intend to enroll my son
a special needs vpk program come August and need to find employment quickly. I am hoping to use this group as a
networking tool in hopes someone can direct my to any agencies that are hiring for positions that I might qualify for.
I do confirm that I will abide by all GTN Guidelines. I would be happy to answer any questions or provide any other information needed. 

Thank you for your time and consideration, 
Kristen McGahee BSW


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Thank you for joining my Social Work blog. 

The bad news is that this is a very low membership group and I am the only regular poster to this group.  The good news is that I use this
group to post or publish content that I create and I recently did a new edition for my Employment research guide with a much expanded
collection of sources provided in the numerous sections of this guide.  This is a link to a search of the word employment in my Groups.io
Net-Gold discussion group that should lead you to this content and any other content that I provided before that to Net-Gold before that.

This is a long message so please look at all of it as some comments are below this extensive list of employment guide sections.

Net-Gold Resources and Source Lists on Employment

https://groups.io/g/Net-Gold/search?q=employment


This a sampling of the section titles this guide contains which the above link will lead you to.



EMPLOYMENT RESEARCH GUIDE : Careers and Employment Reference Tools and Resources
and Employment Reference Tools and Resources Disabilities and Employment Employment Interviews and Virtual Reality Uses EMPLOYMENT MEETS THE SEARCHTOOLSFAMILY EMPLOYMENT THE CURRICULUM
By David Dillard · #6300 · Edited Jan 5 ·


RESEARCH GUIDES : Careers and Employment Databases Reference Tools and Resources .
Employment Interviews and Virtual Reality Uses Employment Interviews and Virtual Reality Uses - Employment Career and Training and Employment and Job Resource on the Internet EMPLOYMENT
By David Dillard · #6309 · Edited Jan 5 ·


: EMPLOYMENT RESEARCH GUIDES : STATISTICS RESEARCH GUIDES : SCHOLARLY SOURCES THAT FOCUS ON EMPLOYMENT AND STATISTICS
"Dependent self-employment: workers between employment and self-employment in the UK."
By David Dillard · #6340 · Apr 27 ·


DISABILITIES: Disabilities and Employment
for employment" OR "job search" OR "employment search" OR "seeking employment" OR "searching for jobs" Published Sources Regarding Searching for Employment from Google News http://tinyurl.com
By David P. Dillard · #6110 · Edited Jan 5 ·


EMPLOYMENT: THE CURRICULUM VITAE
for employment" OR "job search" OR "employment search" OR "seeking employment" OR "searching for jobs" more...
By David P. Dillard · #5899 · 10/20/17 ·


SOCIAL WORK : EMPLOYMENT : CAREERS : WEBLIOGRAPHIES: Social Work Employment and Careers
EMPLOYMENT: Employment Research Guide http://guides.temple.edu/employment-guide . EMPLOYMENT The Curriculum Vitae http://guides.temple.edu/c.php?g=134659 .
By David P. Dillard · #1027 · 01/19/15 ·


Employment Guides: INTERNSHIPS : Books About Internships: A Selective Bibliography
A Selective Bibliography of Books About Internships EMPLOYMENT: CAREER: INTERNSHIPS : EMPLOYMENT: TRAINING: RESOURCES : EDUCATION: COLLEGE: WORK EXPERIENCE AND PROGRAMS : BOOKS : BIBLIOGRAPHIES
By David P. Dillard · #6037 · Edited Jan 5 ·


DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS : EMPLOYMENT : DISABILITIES : BIBLIOGRAPHIES : WEBLIOGRAPHIES : LAW : HUMAN RIGHTS: Employment and Disabilities Online Documents and Website Sources
Employment First “Employment First”: employment in the general workforce as the first and preferred outcome in the provision of publicly funded services for all working age citizens
By David P. Dillard · #5170 · Edited Jan 5 ·


STATISTICS : DATA : DEMOGRAPHICS : ECONOMICS : COUNTRIES: UNITED STATES: GOVERNMENT: BUREAU OF JUSTICE STATISTICS: Publications of the Bureau of Justice Statistics: The LETTER J K L
Criminal justice employment and expenditure data Justice Expenditure and Employment in the US, 1971-79.
By David P. Dillard · #2931 · 10/19/15 ·


DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS : STATISTICS : DATA : DEMOGRAPHICS : ECONOMICS : COUNTRIES: UNITED STATES: GOVERNMENT: United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics Resource Links and Database Search Results
Survey (JOLTS) Quarterly State and County Employment and Wages (Quarterly Census of Employment & Wages - QCEW) Business Employment Dynamics (BDM) Annual & Other Employment and Wages
By David P. Dillard · #2941 · 10/20/15 ·


DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS : VIRTUAL REALITY : JOB INTERVIEWS : EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEWS : Virtual Reality Applications and Uses in the Job Interview and in the Job Interviewing Process
Seeking Employment."
By David P. Dillard · #4932 · 10/14/16 ·


DATABASES : DISABILITIES : EMPLOYMENT : INTERNET SEARCH TOOLS : RESEARCH GUIDES: Databases That Provide Substantial or Specialized Sources about Disabilities and Employment
Disabilities and Employment Research Guide Databases to Use for Employment and Disabilities Research . .
By David P. Dillard · #5157 · 12/02/16 ·


DISABILITIES : EMPLOYMENT : BOOKS : BIBLIOGRAPHIES : DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS: Selected Books about Employment Issues Regarding Disabled People
Disabilities and Employment Books Selected Books about Employment Issues Regarding Disabled People . .
By David P. Dillard · #5158 · 12/03/16 ·


Networking and Employment and Finding Jobs
Networking and Employment and Finding Jobs EMPLOYMENT JOB SEARCING AND NETWORKING FROM EMPLOYMENT RESEARCH GUIDE INTERNET SOURCES University of Illinois Chicago Urbana-Champaign Springfield
By David P. Dillard · #6299 · Edited 07/15/19 ·


RESEARCH GUIDES : EMPLOYMENT: THE CURRICULUM VITAE
EMPLOYMENT: THE CURRICULUM VITAE * Employment Research Guide Career Planning and Selection Sources Careers and Employment Reference Tools and Resources Disabilities and Employment Employment
By David Dillard · #6306 · 08/06/19 ·


EDUCATION: COLLEGE: FACULTY : EMPLOYMENT: JOB SECURITY : EMPLOYMENT: ADVANCEMENT PROMOTION AND MERIT : EDUCATON: COLLEGE: FACULTY CREDENTIALING: Advice for Aspiring Academics
Related Resources EMPLOYMENT The Curriculum Vitae http://guides.temple.edu/c.php?g=134659 .. EMPLOYMENT: Employment Research Guide http://guides.temple.edu/employment-guide ..
By David P. Dillard · #2575 · 08/21/15 ·


EDUCATION: COLLEGE: FACULTY : EMPLOYMENT: JOB SECURITY : EMPLOYMENT: ADVANCEMENT PROMOTION AND MERIT : EDUCATON: COLLEGE: FACULTY CREDENTIALING: Advice for Aspiring Academics
Related Resources EMPLOYMENT The Curriculum Vitae http://guides.temple.edu/c.php?g=134659 ... EMPLOYMENT: Employment Research Guide http://guides.temple.edu/employment-guide ...
By David Dillard · #2576 · 08/21/15 ·


DISABILITIES: Disabilities and Social Work
Disabilities and Employment Research Guide : Databases to Use for Employment and Disabilities Research Disabilities and Employment Research Guide : Databases to Use for Employment and
By David P. Dillard · #6112 · Edited 08/20/18 ·


WRITING AND WRITERS: GUIDES AND HANDBOOKS : UNITED STATES: GOVERNMENT : EMPLOYMENT: HUMAN RESOURCES AND PERSONNEL: EMPLOYEE HANDBOOKS: Employee Handbooks
http://guides.temple.edu/employment-guide INTERNSHIPS http://guides.temple.edu/employment-internships HOSPITALITY http://guides.temple.edu/hospitality-guide DISABILITIES AND EMPLOYMENT
By David P. Dillard · #2337 · 07/13/15 ·

These are the results of a search of Net-Gold for resumes.


RESEARCH GUIDES EMPLOYMENT GUIDE EMPLOYMENT BOOKS
RESEARCH GUIDES EMPLOYMENT GUIDE EMPLOYMENT BOOKS Title General Theory Of Employment , Interest And Money "General Theory Of Employment , Interest And Money" - Google Search Author
By David Dillard · #6307 · Edited Jan 5 ·


RESEARCH GUIDE ARCHIVE : ORIGINAL GUIDE : EMPLOYMENT RESEARCH GUIDES : Career Selection and Planning Research Guide PART TWO
and Employment Research Guide : Databases to Use for Employment and Disabilities Research Disabilities and Employment Research Guide : Databases to Use for Employment and Disabilities
By David Dillard · #6193 · 09/30/18 ·




RESUME WRITING SKILLS : Employment Research Guide : Resume Writing Skills
Résumés 1: Introduction to Résumés Résumés 2: Résumé Sections Résumés 3: When to Use Two Pages or More Résumés 4: Scannable Résumés Résumé Design Scannable Résumés Presentation Management
By David Dillard · #6305 · 08/06/19 ·


Guides to Writing Resumes FROM EMPLOYMENT AND DISABILITIES RESEARCH GUIDE
Résumés 1: Introduction to Résumés Résumés 2: Résumé Sections Résumés 3: When to Use Two Pages or More Résumés 4: Scannable Résumés Résumé Design Scannable Résumés Presentation Management
By David Dillard · #6298 · Edited 07/12/19 ·


EMPLOYMENT: RESUMES: GUIDES: Guides to Writing Resumes: Resume Writing Skills and Techniques Including Books and Web Resoures
Résumés 1: Introduction to Résumés Résumés 2: Résumé Sections Résumés 3: When to Use Two Pages or More Résumés 4: Scannable Résumés Résumé Design Scannable Résumés Presentation Management
By David P. Dillard · #5273 · 01/01/17 ·


RESEARCH GUIDES : EMPLOYMENT: THE CURRICULUM VITAE
/resumes.../resume...
By David Dillard · #6306 · 08/06/19 ·


RESEARCH GUIDES : RESUMES AND WRITING RESUMES FROM SOURCES ON THE INTERNET
/resumes.../resume...
By David Dillard · #6304 · 08/03/19 ·


RESEARCH GUIDES : ARTICLES ABOUT RESUMES AND WRITING RESUMES
RESEARCH GUIDES : ARTICLES ABOUT RESUMES AND WRITING RESUMES Effect of a résumé-writing workshop on résumé-writing skills by Tillotson, Kenyon; Osborn, Debra Journal of Employment Counseling
By David Dillard · #6302 · 07/27/19 ·


RESEARCH GUIDES : ARTICLES ABOUT RESUMES AND WRITING RESUMES : WITH RELATED LINKS TO DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS
* * RESEARCH GUIDES : ARTICLES ABOUT RESUMES AND WRITING RESUMES : WITH RELATED LINKS TO DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS * * Effect of a résumé-writing workshop on résumé-writing skills by
By David Dillard · #6303 · 07/29/19 ·


EMPLOYMENT: THE CURRICULUM VITAE
Résumés 1: Introduction to Résumés Résumés 2: Résumé Sections Résumés 3: When to Use Two Pages or More Résumés 4: Scannable Résumés Résumé Design Scannable Résumés Presentation Management
By David P. Dillard · #5899 · 10/20/17 ·


DISABILITIES: Disabilities and Employment
Résumés 1: Introduction to Résumés Résumés 2: Résumé Sections Résumés 3: When to Use Two Pages or More Résumés 4: Scannable Résumés Résumé Design Scannable Résumés Presentation Management
By David P. Dillard · #6110 · Edited Jan 5 ·

I will also contact you privately with some other information you may find useful, but here are some tips and thoughts that I think should help.



Link to the full results of this search

https://tinyurl.com/yagofpgm

19407 jobs available in Atlanta, GA on Indeed.com. Apply to Sales Associate, Retail Sales Associate, Shipping and Receiving Clerk and more!
Search jobs in Atlanta, GA. Get the right job in Atlanta with company ratings & salaries. 57492 open jobs in Atlanta. Get hired!
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Here are a few thoughts about this job seeking task.

The first goal in my thinking is to get a job,  Finding a job in social work can be pursued later, but could greatly slow you down
in getting a paycheck regularly.  Certainly simultaneously search for a social work job but do not limit yourself to that job role.
Use the state employment service to help in finding job candidates.  I have found the Pennsylvania service to be helpful
when I needed part time help so check out what is going on in that arena in Georgia.  Look at a map of South East Georgia
to see if there are any towns or cities near Atlanta including Northeast Alabama that  could be job sources and if a job comes about
outside of Atlanta locate somewhere between your son's school and the job site.

I hope this proves helpful.

Sincerely,
David Dillard

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RESEARCH GUIDES WOMEN: ABUSE WOMEN: SEXUAL ABUSE KIDNAPPING ABDUCTION CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN : FALSE IMPRISONMENT : Davine Arckens, Elisha Greer : COUNTRIES: AUSTRALIA FACEBOOK CRIME AND CRIMINALS : RAPE AND RAPISTS BACKPACKER KIDNAPPED AND SHACKLED IN ABANDONED PIG SHED BY MADMAN | 60 Minutes Australia | AND SIMILAR ABDUCTIONS OF WOMEN IN AUSTRALIA

David Dillard
 
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RESEARCH GUIDES   WOMEN: ABUSE    WOMEN: SEXUAL ABUSE   KIDNAPPING    ABDUCTION    CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN :  

FALSE IMPRISONMENT :  Davine Arckens,  Elisha Greer  : COUNTRIES: AUSTRALIA FACEBOOK 

CRIME AND CRIMINALS :  RAPE AND RAPISTS

 

BACKPACKER KIDNAPPED AND SHACKLED IN ABANDONED PIG SHED BY MADMAN | 60 Minutes Australia |
AND SIMILAR ABDUCTIONS OF WOMEN IN AUSTRALIA

 

 

RESEARCH GUIDES :  

WOMEN: ABUSE :   

WOMEN: SEXUAL ABUSE :  

KIDNAPPING :  

ABDUCTION :   

CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN : 

FALSE IMPRISONMENT : 

DAVINE ARCKENS  :   

COUNTRIES: AUSTRALIA

RAPE AND RAPISTS:

FACEBOOK:

CRIME AND CRIMINALS :

RAPE AND RAPISTS :

Davine Arckens

Elisha Greer 

 

BACKPACKER KIDNAPPED AND SHACKLED IN ABANDONED PIG SHED BY MADMAN | 60 Minutes Australia |
AND SIMILAR ABDUCTIONS OF WOMEN IN AUSTRALIA

 

 

Backpacker kidnapped and shackled in abandoned pig shed by madman | 60 Minutes Australia
60 Minutes Australia
10 months ago
How a young female backpacker saved her own life after being taken and held hostage by a depraved South Australian farmer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccK2GifNn4A&t=191s
How a young female backpacker saved her own life after being taken and held hostage
by a depraved South Australian farmer.
Her ingenuity is not only amazing, but inspiring. WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: Davine Arckens
https://www.60minutes.com.au

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Backpacker escaped horrific kidnapping by posting cries for help on Facebook

By Guy Birchall and Brittany Vonow,
The Sun

New York Sun

June 17, 2019 | 11:56am | Updated

https://tinyurl.com/y6og6kna

 

A backpacker has revealed she managed to escape by sending Facebook messages after being kidnapped

by a farmer and raped in a pigsty.  Davine Arckens, 24, was chained and assaulted over two days

after being abducted by twisted hobby farmer Gene Charles Bristow in South Australia. 

And the ingenious young woman only escaped after managing to send panicked Facebook messages

to friends to ask for help — even using metal hooks she had found in a broken-down fridge to unhook

her chains.  Speaking to Australian current affairs program “60 Minutes,” Arckens revealed how the

nightmare unfolded when she replied to an ad on Gumtree — a UK online classified ad website —

for farm work during her travels in February 2017.  She was then lured to Bristow’s 2.5-acre property

in Meningie, about 87 miles southeast of Adelaide.  Picking the young woman up from a bus stop,

he took her on a disorienting road trip before pulling into an old pig shed near his home.

 

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Backpacker who was kidnapped and raped on Australian farm used Facebook to raise alarm

Davine Arckens waives her right to anonymity to reveal her ordeal after Gene Charles Bristow
was convicted of her kidnap and rape.

Wednesday 19 June 2019 13:50, UK

Sky News
https://news.sky.com/story/backpacker-who-was-kidnapped-and-raped-on-australian-farm-used-facebook-to-raise-alarm-11743281

 

A backpacker has told how she sent desperate pleas for help over Facebook after being chained up and sexually abused by a

farmer in Australia.  Davine Arckens, from Belgium, waived her right to anonymity to describe her two-day ordeal in

February 2017 after Gene Charles Bristow was convicted of her kidnap and rape.  The 24-year-old told 60 Minutes Australia

she was lured to a pig shed in Meningie, South Australia, after she placed an advert on the Gumtree website in a bid to find

work.  After Bristow demanded to check her body for needle marks to ensure she was not a drug user, Ms Arckens said he

lunged on her, pulled her arms  behind her back and threatened to shoot her if she did not do what he said.  She said Bristow,

54, used cable ties then chains to bind her wrists and shackle both her legs, then stripped her naked and sexually abused her. 
"I was just stuck there and I thought it would take a while for people to notice I was gone or even to find me," she told 60 Minutes. 

"I was like: 'I'm not getting out of here. This is it. This is where I'm going to die.'"

https://news.sky.com/story/backpacker-who-was-kidnapped-and-raped-on-australian-farm-used-facebook-to-raise-alarm-11743281

 

 

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Backpacker Survived Two-Day Rape Ordeal In Kidnapper’s Pig Shed, Rescuing Herself With The Help Of Facebook

Davine, 24, was lured to Gene Bristow's hobby farm with the false promise of a job, then he shackled and assaulted her for days.

Oxygen

Crime News
https://www.oxygen.com/crime-time/backpacker-davine-recalls-surviving-rape-ordeal-at-hands-of-gene-bristow-australia

 

Gene Bristow, a 54-year-old pig farmer, put an ad out offering a job rearing calves under a fake name, she said.

“He was talking a lot, giving a lot of information about the work, about why he wanted a female to work there,”

Davine, then 24, recalled in the interview. “When I think about it now, he just kept playing that part

till the very last moment.”  In fact, there was no job. After Bristow picked her up at a bus station, he drove her to his pig shed

where she says he grabbed her, pulled out a gun (which turned out to be a replica) and threatened her life before shackling her

and raping her repeatedly over two days. As this was going on, Bristow’s wife and son were in a house nearby.

 

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REVEALED: The sickening technique Gumtree rapist used to pin down Belgian backpacker, 26, inside his filthy pig shed –

and the frantic messages she sent in bid to escape his family farm

 

·        Davine Arckens, 26, was held hostage on a remote farm in South Australia

·        The Belgian backpacker detailed her ordeal in an interview with 60 Minutes 

·        She sent distress signals to family and friends, as well as South Australia Police

 

By Karen Ruiz For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 09:20 EDT, 16 June 2019 | Updated: 16:31 EDT, 16 June 2019

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7146905/Belgian-backpacker-reveals-Gumtree-rapist-lured-shed-kept-hostage.html

 

 

 

 

 

Elisha Greer

 

60 Minutes Australia: Taken (Part one)

60 Minutes Australia

791K views 2 years ago

Reporter: Tara Brown Producer: Laura Sparkes Chances are you will find this story incredibly hard to believe.
It's confronting and ...  Katie Lang (Survivor)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcRgkWsdL0g


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Highway to Hell | Woman forced to drive 1,600km through Aussie outback at gunpoint | Sunday Night
128,372 views
•May 5, 2019
SUNDAY NIGHT TRUE STORIES
Elisha Greer was just 21 years old when she strapped on a backpack and headed to Australia in search of sun and adventure.
What should have been the trip of a lifetime turned to terror when she was lured in by mad Marcus Martin and forced on a
terrifying road trip through the Australian outback. Melissa Doyle speaks exclusively to Elisha about her story of survival.
This story originally aired on the 5th May 2019. 
Elisha Greer (survivor)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPxjUaoqubE

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How two brave backpackers escaped real life Wolf Creek monster - Part one | 60 Minutes Australia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXE7PB2d4Ts

Until February last year few people had ever heard of Salt Creek, a rugged and spectacular piece of coastline 200 kilometres south-east
of Adelaide. But then a monster named Roman Heinze lured two 23-year-old overseas backpackers to the isolated beach. To satisfy his
wicked fantasies, Heinze kidnapped the unsuspecting women and subjected them to unthinkable terror. The trauma went on for hours,
but against the odds, Lena from Germany and her friend from Brazil survived. What happened at Salt Creek has eerie similarities to the
Australian horror movie Wolf Creek, only it’s all too real. On 60 MINUTES, Lena and her friend tell Tara Brown their incredible story
of escape from Salt Creek, their desperate battle to save themselves and each other, and how they proved courage can conquer evil.  
Reporter: Tara Brown
Producers: Stefanie Sgroi, Sean Power, Alice Dalley
60 Minutes Australia

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Police manhunt to find backpacker kidnapper
60 Minutes Australia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lt3BLoXT91E

 

Davine Arckens

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Belgian backpacker is pictured for the first time as she reveals
how she escaped the Gumtree rapist who chained her up in a
pig shed and put a gun against her back in horrific attack

  • Davine, 24, was kidnapped and raped on a remote farm in South Australia 
  • The backpacker was promised work on the farm by Gene Bristow, 54 
  • She has spoken out about how she managed to alert authorities and survive
  • The Belgian used hooks in the pig shed where she was being held to break free
  • She sent distress signals to family and friends, as well as South Australia Police

By Brittany Chain For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 22:31 EDT, 12 June 2019 | Updated: 23:31 EDT, 12 June 2019

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7135567/Belgian-backpacker-
kidnapped-raped-pig-farmer-South-Australia-chained-escaped-horrific-attack.html


OR

https://tinyurl.com/y9zjedz5

A backpacker who was chained up in a pig shed by the Gumtree rapist has spoken
for the first time and revealed how she escaped her attacker.    Davine, 24, from Belgium
posted a Gumtree advertisement seeking short-term work in Australia.  She was offered
employment on a remote pig farm in Meningie, 150km southeast of Adelaide, in 
February 2017 but when she arrived her nightmare began.  Gene Charles Bristow, 54,
kidnapped her after pressing what turned out to be a fake gun against her back. 

'He was telling me to stop moving and stay still but I wouldn't let him. I was struggling
and he put something against my back,' she told 60 Minutes


Davine, breaking her silence for the first time since the ordeal, revealed how she outsmarted
the hobby farmer to alert authorities and save her life.   She said she used discarded hooks in
the pig shed where she was being held captive to break free from the chains.

 

Bristow took her phone but left her luggage holding her laptop in the shed with her. 
She freed herself from the chains and managed to send distress signals to family and friends,
as well as South Australia police.  Davine didn't know her exact location but was able to tell
police she was picked up by a man in a red ute at Murray Bridge.   From there, police were
able to track her location.   

60 Minutes Australia Video Report of this case
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccK2GifNn4A&t=191s

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RAPED IN PIGSTY Backpacker, 24, kidnapped by farmer who chained her in filthy pig shed and raped her
Brittany Vonow

16 Jun 2019, 15:47Updated: 16 Jun 2019, 17:00

The Sun
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9307091/backpacker-farmer-pig-sty-south-australia/

 

Belgian Davine Arckens, 24, was shackled and raped over two days after being abducted by twisted
hobby farmer Gene Charles Bristow in South Australia. 
And the ingenious young woman only escaped
after managing to send panicked messages to friends to ask for help - even using metal hooks she had
found in a broken down fridge to unhook her chains.  Speaking to Australian current affairs programme
60 Minutes, Davine revealed how the nightmare first unfolded when she replied to a Gumtree ad for farm
work during her travels in February 2017.   She was then lured to Bristow's 40-hectare property in Meningie,
about 140 kilometres southeast of Adelaide.  Picking the young woman up from a bus stop he took her on a
disorientating road trip before pulling into an old pig shed near his home.

 

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South Australian man who kidnapped and raped European backpacker jailed for 18 years
This article is more than 1 year old
Gene Bristow lured traveller through Gumtree advertisement woman posted looking for farm work
The Guardian
https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/may/14/
south-australian-man-who-raped-european-backpacker-jailed-for-18-years

OR

https://tinyurl.com/y8cxjehq

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Backpacker reveals how she escaped the rapist who chained her in pig shed

[Yahoo News Australia]

Australian Associated Press

Yahoo News Australia16 June 2019

https://au.news.yahoo.com/how-backpacker-escaped-sa-pig-farmer-who-kidnapped-her-222654311.html

But Davine found little hooks in the broken fridge to break free of the shackles and turned on her laptop to
send messages online to friends to contact police.  Her friend Echo responded to Davine and told police her
friend was missing.  Within 10 minutes of police finding out, officers began the search to find her.  Police pulled
Bristow over in a routine check, but had nothing to hold him.  He raced back to the pig shed, freed Davine and
took her to a motel telling her to go home.

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Australia:  SA rapist who kept kidnapped backpacker in pig shed jailed for 18 years
A South Australian man who kidnapped and raped a European backpacker will spend at least 12-and-a-half years in jail.

Updated Updated 14/05/2019
SBS News

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/sa-rapist-who-kept-kidnapped-backpacker-in-pig-shed-jailed-for-18-years

 

A South Australian man who kidnapped and raped a European backpacker in a pig shed on his regional property
has been jailed for 18 years.  Gene Charles Bristow held the 24-year-old woman for two days after he answered
a Gumtree advertisement she posted in search of farm work in 2017.  The 54-year-old showed no emotion as
District Court judge Geraldine Davison handed him the sentence and set a non-parole period of 12 years,
six months on Tuesday.  She said Bristow lied to the woman to lure her to the farm at Meningie, 150km southeast
of Adelaide, then chained her hands and legs "in what must have been a terrifying experience for her".

"You took her mobile phone and disposed of it, and left her alone in that shed in the middle of nowhere," she said.

"You raped her on a number of occasions."  While she was in the shed, Bristow threatened to shoot her and told her
fake stories about police corruption and his involvement in a kidnapping ring.  "It is impossible to understand how
alone and devastated she must have felt as you humiliated and degraded her in a foreign country," Judge Davison said.


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Backpacker rapist Gene Charles Bristow, who kept kidnap victim in pig shed, jailed

By court reporter Rebecca Opie

Posted 13 May 2019, updated 14 May 2019

ABC Australia

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-05-14/pig-shed-rapist-gene-charles-bristow-sentenced-to-jail/11064658

A South Australian hobby farmer will spend at least 12-and-a-half years behind bars for holding a European
backpacker captive in his pig shed and raping her.

Key points:

  • Gene Charles Bristow lured his victim by responding to an ad on Gumtree
  • The 24-year-old feared being shot if she tried to leave
  • Bristow kept the backpacker's presence hidden from his wife and son

District Court Judge Geraldine Davison on Tuesday sentenced Gene Charles Bristow, 54, to 18 years in jail with
a non-parole period of 12 years and six months for his crimes.

In March a jury took three hours to find Bristow guilty of aggravated kidnapping, rape and indecent assault.

The court previously heard he held the 24-year-old female backpacker captive in a dirty old pig shed on his farm
at Meningie, about 140 kilometres south-east of Adelaide, for two days in February 2017.

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Inside the dirty, old Meningie pig shed where backpacker was held captive and raped

By court reporter Rebecca Opie

Posted 5 March 2019, updated 5 March 2019

ABC Australia
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-03-05/meningie-rape-ordeal-backpacker-pig-shed-gene-bristow/10872706
The ABC has been granted access to photos which show inside the pig shed where a South Australian hobby farmer
held a European backpacker captive for two days in 2017.

Key points:

  • Gene Charles Bristow was found guilty of kidnapping and rape of backpacker
  • He restrained the woman with cable ties and shackles in a pig shed on his farm
  • Pictures of the crime scene have been revealed for the first time

A District Court jury deliberated for three hours on Monday before finding
Gene Charles Bristow guilty of aggravated kidnapping, rape, attempted rape and indecent assault.

The 54-year-old showed no emotion as the jury foreperson repeatedly said "guilty" in response to all six charges.

The court heard when Bristow hatched his plan to lure a young female backpacker to his 40-hectare property
at Meningie, he was unemployed, the farm was not profitable and money was tight.

He lived on the farm with his wife of 25 years, his adult son and his son's partner.

Unbeknown to them, the court heard that in the days leading up to the kidnapping, Bristow conducted internet
searches for shackles, handcuffs, tasers and Rohypnol — more commonly known as the "date rape drug".

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Alleged rapist Gene Charles Bristow admits to using fake name

By Rebecca Opie

Posted 26 FebFebruary 2019
ABC Australia

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-02-26/alleged-kidnapper-gene-charles-bristow-admits-fake-name/10849146


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A man accused of abducting and raping a European backpacker has admitted to using a fake name
when responding to the young woman's Gumtree ad looking for farm work.
ABC Australia
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-02-26/alleged-kidnapper-gene-charles-bristow-admits-fake-name/10849146

Key points:

    Gene Charles Bristow is accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a backpacker

    Mr Bristow told the jury the woman was "content" to camp in a shed

    He did not tell his wife because he thought she would consider it a waste of money

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Belgian backpacker 'locked in pig shed and raped by Australian farmer'

Jonathan Pearlman, Sydney

6 February 2019 • 1:44pm

The Telegraph
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/02/06/belgian-backpacker-locked-pig-raped-australian-farmer/

A farmer in Australia accused of brutally kidnapping and raping a backpacker in an abandoned pig shed
after responding to her advertisement on Gumtree has pleaded not guilty, saying the alleged assault was
an “invention”.

Gene Charles Bristow, a 54-year-old pig farmer, allegedly assaulted the 24-year-old Belgian traveller
at his property in the small town of Meningie in South Australia after answering her online post
seeking temporary farm work.

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How backpacker kidnapped and chained up by 'Gumtree rapist' escaped the predator

Davine was kidnapped and shackled in a pig farm when she was offered work by twisted rapist
Gene Charles Bristow in South Australia

Mirror
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/how-backpacker-kidnapped-chained-up-16512223

Davine, 24, from Belgium, posted an advertisement on Gumtree looking for short-term farm work
in Australia and was later offered a job at a remote pig farm in Meningie, about 90 miles southeast
of Adelaide in 2017.  She was then kidnapped and shackled in a derelict pig shed, by 54-year-old
Gene Charles Bristow, as soon as she arrived.

<snip>

She revealed how she outsmarted Bristow and managed to break free from the chains using discarded
hooks.  Bristow had taken her phone, but had left her luggage which had her laptop in.  She sent

emergency messages with distress signals to her family, friends and also South Australia police.

 

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How two brave backpackers escaped real life Wolf Creek monster - Part one | 60 Minutes Australia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXE7PB2d4Ts

Until February last year few people had ever heard of Salt Creek, a rugged and spectacular piece of coastline 200 kilometres south-east
of Adelaide. But then a monster named Roman Heinze lured two 23-year-old overseas backpackers to the isolated beach. To satisfy his
wicked fantasies, Heinze kidnapped the unsuspecting women and subjected them to unthinkable terror. The trauma went on for hours,
but against the odds, Lena from Germany and her friend from Brazil survived. What happened at Salt Creek has eerie similarities to the
Australian horror movie Wolf Creek, only it’s all too real. On 60 MINUTES, Lena and her friend tell Tara Brown their incredible story
of escape from Salt Creek, their desperate battle to save themselves and each other, and how they proved courage can conquer evil.  
Reporter: Tara Brown
Producers: Stefanie Sgroi, Sean Power, Alice Dalley
60 Minutes Australia

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Police manhunt to find backpacker kidnapper
60 Minutes Australia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lt3BLoXT91E

 

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Australia's real life Wolf Creek horror story | 60 Minutes Australia

What happened at Salt Creek has eerie similarities to the Australian horror movie Wolf Creek,

only it's all too real. On 60 MINUTES ... PART ONE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Myalj0M8wms

 

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60 Minutes Australia: Escape from Salt Creek (2017) Part Two

October 8, 2017

60 Minutes Australia

2.02M subscribers

Until February last year few people had ever heard of Salt Creek, a rugged and spectacular piece of coastline
200 kilometres south-east of Adelaide. But then a monster named Roman Heinze lured two 23-year-old
overseas backpackers to the isolated beach. To satisfy his wicked fantasies, Heinze kidnapped the
unsuspecting women and subjected them to unthinkable terror. The trauma went on for hours, but against
the odds, Lena from Germany and her friend from Brazil survived. What happened at Salt Creek has eerie
similarities to the Australian horror movie Wolf Creek, only it’s all too real. On 60 MINUTES, Lena and her
friend tell Tara Brown their incredible story of escape from Salt Creek, their desperate battle to save
themselves and each other, and how they proved courage can conquer evil.  

Reporter: Tara Brown

Producers: Stefanie Sgroi, Sean Power, Alice Dalley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7o8FI1yo9R4

 

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60 Minutes Australia: Escape from Salt Creek (2017) Part Three

60 Minutes Australia

Until February last year few people had ever heard of Salt Creek, a rugged and spectacular piece of coastline
200 kilometres south-east of Adelaide. But then a monster named Roman Heinze lured two 23-year-old
overseas backpackers to the isolated beach. To satisfy his wicked fantasies, Heinze kidnapped the unsuspecting
women and subjected them to unthinkable terror. The trauma went on for hours, but against the odds, Lena
from Germany and her friend from Brazil survived. What happened at Salt Creek has eerie similarities to the
Australian horror movie Wolf Creek, only it’s all too real. On 60 MINUTES, Lena and her friend tell Tara Brown
their incredible story of escape from Salt Creek, their desperate battle to save themselves and each other,
and how they proved courage can conquer evil.  
Reporter: Tara Brown
Producers: Stefanie Sgroi, Sean Power, Alice Dalley
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-etiFoJhmzk

 

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60 Minutes Australia: Escape From Salt Creek (2017) Part Four
October 8, 2017
60 Minutes Australia
Until February last year few people had ever heard of Salt Creek, a rugged and spectacular piece of coastline
200 kilometres south-east of Adelaide. But then a monster named Roman Heinze lured two 23-year-old overseas
backpackers to the isolated beach. To satisfy his wicked fantasies, Heinze kidnapped the unsuspecting women
and subjected them to unthinkable terror. The trauma went on for hours, but against the odds, Lena from
Germany and her friend from Brazil survived. What happened at Salt Creek has eerie similarities to the
Australian horror movie Wolf Creek, only it’s all too real. On 60 MINUTES, Lena and her friend tell
Tara Brown their incredible story of escape from Salt Creek, their desperate battle to save themselves and
each other, and how they proved courage can conquer evil.  
Reporter: Tara Brown
Producers: Stefanie Sgroi, Sean Power, Alice Dalley
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0nBdTfcVAY

 

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Elisha Greer

Highway to Hell | Woman forced to drive 1,600km through Aussie outback at gunpoint | Sunday Night

True Stories

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPxjUaoqubE

Elisha Greer was just 21 years old when she strapped on a backpack and headed to Australia in search of sun and adventure.
What should have been the trip of a lifetime turned to terror when she was lured in by mad Marcus Martin and forced
on a terrifying road trip through the Australian outback. Melissa Doyle speaks exclusively to Elisha about her story of survival.

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Woman Got Kidnapped for Five Weeks Whilst Backpacking in Australia | This Morning

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She’s the British backpacker whose disappearance made headlines around the world. Elisha Greer was repeatedly raped, beaten and forced
to drive 900 miles across Australia at gunpoint after meeting a man at a party in Cairns in 2017. After spending five weeks as a hostage,
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British backpacker raped during hostage ordeal in Australia

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A British backpacker was allegedly held captive and repeatedly raped in the Australian Outback

in an ordeal lasting two months.

Report by Sarah Duffy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DJmfTFJ9Q0

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UK backpacker speaks of her rape and kidnap ordeal in Australia

This article is more than 1 year old

Elisha Greer describes her month of captivity as abductor is due to be sentenced

Guardian

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/may/05/uk-backpacker-speaks-of-her-and-kidnap-ordeal-in-australia

A British backpacker who was kidnapped and raped by a man in Australia has spoken of her terrifying ordeal,
which lasted more than a month.  Elisha Greer, 24, from Liverpool, was held captive for weeks by Marcus Martin,
who she said beat her and held a gun to her head. She required hospital treatment for injuries including
facial fractures after eventually being found by police near Mitchell, Queensland, in March 2017.

In an interview with Australian broadcaster Channel 7, Greer said she had met Martin at a party in Cairns,
Queensland, on 26 January that year. “He just seemed like a nice guy,” she told a reporter for the Sunday
Night programme.  After the pair exchanged numbers, Martin moved into Greer’s hotel and began asking her
for money.

Greer, then aged 21, said Martin obtained a gun for “protection” and took her along with him to rob a drug dealer.
“I was forced to drive the car with the gun to my head,” she said.  Later, a drugged Martin launched a violent attack on
Greer, hitting, raping and choking her until she passed out. “He turned around and he just started to hit me, hit me,
hit me,” she said.  Despite apologising after each assault, Martin’s controlling behaviour did not stop.

 

Greer said he threw away her birth control pills “to try and get me pregnant”. She added: “Maybe he thought that he

could control me more if I was with his child.”

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Man who kidnapped and raped UK woman in Australia jailed for 10 years

This article is more than 11 months old

Marcus Allyn Keith Martin admitted rape and deprivation of liberty of Elisha Greer

Guardian
https://tinyurl.com/yyl6vvpm

An Australian man who raped and kidnapped a British backpacker has been jailed for 10 years.

Marcus Allyn Keith Martin, 24, was sentenced at Cairns district court on Tuesday, having previously
pleaded guilty to the rape and deprivation of liberty of Elisha Greer, from Liverpool.  Greer, who travelled
to Australia in 2015 when aged 22 and met Martin in 2017, told the ITV programme This Morning she had
been repeatedly beaten and raped by her attacker, who threatened to hurt her family if she ever left.

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Australian who kidnapped and raped British backpacker Elisha Greer in month-long ordeal is jailed for 10 years

Harriet Brewis

Tuesday 28 May 2019 15:31

Evening Standard
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/australian-kidnapped-and-raped-brit-jailed-for-10-years-a4152786.html

An Australian man has been jailed for 10 years after kidnapping and raping a British backpacker in a month-long ordeal.

Marcus Allyn Keith Martin, 25, held Elisha Greer, then 22, hostage during a 1,600km road trip through the Australian outback in 2017 –
during which he repeatedly raped her and held a gun to her head.

Ms Greer, from Liverpool, England, was rescued after police pulled over their 4x4 car, four weeks after she was kidnapped.

Martin pleaded guilty to charges of rape and deprivation of liberty and was sentenced to ten years in prison on Tuesday
at Cairns District Court in northern Queensland.

Judge Dean Morzone said Martin would be required to serve at least 80% of his sentence,
the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) reported.

The court heard that the pair had met at a party in Queensland in January 2017, after which they began a brief relationship.

Ms Greer and Martin embarked on a road trip together, but he soon turned violent. He then held her against her will
and sexually assaulted her, according to police.


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Marcus Martin: Australian man who repeatedly raped British backpacker in outback jailed for 10 years

‘He pretty much changed my mind to believe that if I ever was away from him he’d murder me’

Staff and agencies

Tuesday 28 May 2019 16:13

Independent
https://tinyurl.com/yxgvfsb4


“He pretty much changed my mind to believe that if I ever was away from him he’d murder me,” she said.

 

“It all became a little bit numb. So you sort of, not get used to it, but you don’t think about it any more
so it just becomes normal.”

Read more

 

    British tourist held hostage in Australia considered killing rapist

    Man admits rape and kidnap of British backpacker in Australia

 

She said Martin, who was often high on crystal meth, had paranoid thoughts and believed she was from Interpol.

In her efforts to get away, Ms Greer said she once wrote “please help me” in a visitors’ book somewhere they visited.

Martin was eventually caught when she drove away from a petrol station without paying for fuel,
in the hope police would arrest them. Officers pulled over their 4x4 and found Martin hiding in the back.

Ms Greer was bruised and battered when she was rescued.

 

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Australian 'monster' who raped and kidnapped Liverpool backpacker in terrifying outback ordeal
gets 10 years in jail
Marcus Martin, 24, repeatedly attacked the Merseysider, and often kept her at gun and knife point
as she was forced to drive Down Under
By Luke Traynor
Chief Reporter
11:12, 28 MAY 2019
Echo
https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/australian-monster-who-raped-kidnapped-16340740

She said Martin, who was often high on crystal meth, had paranoid thoughts and believed she was from Interpol.

In her efforts to get away, Ms Greer said she once wrote "please help me" in a visitors' book somewhere they visited.

Martin was eventually caught when she drove away from a petrol station without paying for fuel, in the hope police
would arrest them.

Miss Greer was bruised and battered when she was rescued by police on the outback highway near Mitchell,
about 600km west of Brisbane. When officers pulled their vehicle over on the Warrego Highway, they found Martin
hiding in the back, and Elisha's ordeal was over.  Elisha, who spoke to the Mail Online about her terrifying ordeal,
needed her nose rebuilt after it was shattered by savage Martin.

 

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British woman describes Australia road-trip kidnap
BBC News
6 May 2019
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-48172851

She said he bought a gun for "protection" and she was "forced to drive the car with the gun to my head" while he robbed a drug dealer.
After he had taken drugs, Martin hit, raped and choked Ms Greer until she passed out.
"He turned around and he just started to hit me, hit me, hit me," she said of one attack.
Ms Greer said Martin would "cuddle her" and be apologetic after the assaults - but his violent and controlling behaviour continued.
She said he threw her contraceptive away because "maybe he thought that he could control me more if I was with his child".
Eventually, Ms Greer said Martin was receiving threatening text messages and he became "determined to leave town before
someone else found him".  Ms Greer went on to describe the 1,000-mile road trip, where Martin's abusive behaviour intensified.

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UK backpacker Elisha Greer speaks out on rape and kidnap in horror Australian outback ordeal
5 May, 2019 12:47pm
The Herald.co.nz
https://tinyurl.com/ybnb6wkp

At first, however, Greer said Martin "seemed fun" and "didn't seem like a psycho". But that quickly changed.  Martin raped Greer
in what police say was a "horrific and terrifying" experience for the young backpacker.   He also damaged her passport to dissuade
her from escaping his car.  "He was crazy," Greer said during a preview for her interview with Melissa Doyle
"Completely and utterly crazy."

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RESEARCH GUIDES WOMEN: ABUSE WOMEN: SEXUAL ABUSE KIDNAPPING ABDUCTION CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN : FALSE IMPRISONMENT : Davine Arckens, Elisha Greer : COUNTRIES: AUSTRALIA FACEBOOK CRIME AND CRIMINALS : RAPE AND RAPISTS BACKPACKER KIDNAPPED AND SHACKLED IN ABANDONED PIG SHED BY MADMAN | 60 Minutes Australia | AND SIMILAR ABDUCTIONS OF WOMEN IN AUSTRALIA

David Dillard
 



RESEARCH GUIDES   WOMEN: ABUSE    WOMEN: SEXUAL ABUSE   KIDNAPPING    ABDUCTION    CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN :  

FALSE IMPRISONMENT :  Davine Arckens,  Elisha Greer  : COUNTRIES: AUSTRALIA FACEBOOK 

CRIME AND CRIMINALS :  RAPE AND RAPISTS

 

BACKPACKER KIDNAPPED AND SHACKLED IN ABANDONED PIG SHED BY MADMAN | 60 Minutes Australia |
AND SIMILAR ABDUCTIONS OF WOMEN IN AUSTRALIA

 

 

RESEARCH GUIDES :  

WOMEN: ABUSE :   

WOMEN: SEXUAL ABUSE :  

KIDNAPPING :  

ABDUCTION :   

CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN : 

FALSE IMPRISONMENT : 

DAVINE ARCKENS  :   

COUNTRIES: AUSTRALIA

RAPE AND RAPISTS:

FACEBOOK:

CRIME AND CRIMINALS :

RAPE AND RAPISTS :

Davine Arckens

Elisha Greer 

 

BACKPACKER KIDNAPPED AND SHACKLED IN ABANDONED PIG SHED BY MADMAN | 60 Minutes Australia |
AND SIMILAR ABDUCTIONS OF WOMEN IN AUSTRALIA

 

 

Backpacker kidnapped and shackled in abandoned pig shed by madman | 60 Minutes Australia
60 Minutes Australia
10 months ago
How a young female backpacker saved her own life after being taken and held hostage by a depraved South Australian farmer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccK2GifNn4A&t=191s
How a young female backpacker saved her own life after being taken and held hostage
by a depraved South Australian farmer.
Her ingenuity is not only amazing, but inspiring. WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: Davine Arckens
https://www.60minutes.com.au

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Backpacker escaped horrific kidnapping by posting cries for help on Facebook

By Guy Birchall and Brittany Vonow,
The Sun

New York Sun

June 17, 2019 | 11:56am | Updated

https://tinyurl.com/y6og6kna

 

A backpacker has revealed she managed to escape by sending Facebook messages after being kidnapped

by a farmer and raped in a pigsty.  Davine Arckens, 24, was chained and assaulted over two days

after being abducted by twisted hobby farmer Gene Charles Bristow in South Australia. 

And the ingenious young woman only escaped after managing to send panicked Facebook messages

to friends to ask for help — even using metal hooks she had found in a broken-down fridge to unhook

her chains.  Speaking to Australian current affairs program “60 Minutes,” Arckens revealed how the

nightmare unfolded when she replied to an ad on Gumtree — a UK online classified ad website —

for farm work during her travels in February 2017.  She was then lured to Bristow’s 2.5-acre property

in Meningie, about 87 miles southeast of Adelaide.  Picking the young woman up from a bus stop,

he took her on a disorienting road trip before pulling into an old pig shed near his home.

 

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Backpacker who was kidnapped and raped on Australian farm used Facebook to raise alarm

Davine Arckens waives her right to anonymity to reveal her ordeal after Gene Charles Bristow
was convicted of her kidnap and rape.

Wednesday 19 June 2019 13:50, UK

Sky News
https://news.sky.com/story/backpacker-who-was-kidnapped-and-raped-on-australian-farm-used-facebook-to-raise-alarm-11743281

 

A backpacker has told how she sent desperate pleas for help over Facebook after being chained up and sexually abused by a

farmer in Australia.  Davine Arckens, from Belgium, waived her right to anonymity to describe her two-day ordeal in

February 2017 after Gene Charles Bristow was convicted of her kidnap and rape.  The 24-year-old told 60 Minutes Australia

she was lured to a pig shed in Meningie, South Australia, after she placed an advert on the Gumtree website in a bid to find

work.  After Bristow demanded to check her body for needle marks to ensure she was not a drug user, Ms Arckens said he

lunged on her, pulled her arms  behind her back and threatened to shoot her if she did not do what he said.  She said Bristow,

54, used cable ties then chains to bind her wrists and shackle both her legs, then stripped her naked and sexually abused her. 
"I was just stuck there and I thought it would take a while for people to notice I was gone or even to find me," she told 60 Minutes. 

"I was like: 'I'm not getting out of here. This is it. This is where I'm going to die.'"

https://news.sky.com/story/backpacker-who-was-kidnapped-and-raped-on-australian-farm-used-facebook-to-raise-alarm-11743281

 

 

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Backpacker Survived Two-Day Rape Ordeal In Kidnapper’s Pig Shed, Rescuing Herself With The Help Of Facebook

Davine, 24, was lured to Gene Bristow's hobby farm with the false promise of a job, then he shackled and assaulted her for days.

Oxygen

Crime News
https://www.oxygen.com/crime-time/backpacker-davine-recalls-surviving-rape-ordeal-at-hands-of-gene-bristow-australia

 

Gene Bristow, a 54-year-old pig farmer, put an ad out offering a job rearing calves under a fake name, she said.

“He was talking a lot, giving a lot of information about the work, about why he wanted a female to work there,”

Davine, then 24, recalled in the interview. “When I think about it now, he just kept playing that part

till the very last moment.”  In fact, there was no job. After Bristow picked her up at a bus station, he drove her to his pig shed

where she says he grabbed her, pulled out a gun (which turned out to be a replica) and threatened her life before shackling her

and raping her repeatedly over two days. As this was going on, Bristow’s wife and son were in a house nearby.

 

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REVEALED: The sickening technique Gumtree rapist used to pin down Belgian backpacker, 26, inside his filthy pig shed –

and the frantic messages she sent in bid to escape his family farm

 

·        Davine Arckens, 26, was held hostage on a remote farm in South Australia

·        The Belgian backpacker detailed her ordeal in an interview with 60 Minutes 

·        She sent distress signals to family and friends, as well as South Australia Police

 

By Karen Ruiz For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 09:20 EDT, 16 June 2019 | Updated: 16:31 EDT, 16 June 2019

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7146905/Belgian-backpacker-reveals-Gumtree-rapist-lured-shed-kept-hostage.html

 

 

 

 

 

Elisha Greer

 

60 Minutes Australia: Taken (Part one)

60 Minutes Australia

791K views 2 years ago

Reporter: Tara Brown Producer: Laura Sparkes Chances are you will find this story incredibly hard to believe.
It's confronting and ...  Katie Lang (Survivor)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcRgkWsdL0g


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Highway to Hell | Woman forced to drive 1,600km through Aussie outback at gunpoint | Sunday Night
128,372 views
•May 5, 2019
SUNDAY NIGHT TRUE STORIES
Elisha Greer was just 21 years old when she strapped on a backpack and headed to Australia in search of sun and adventure.
What should have been the trip of a lifetime turned to terror when she was lured in by mad Marcus Martin and forced on a
terrifying road trip through the Australian outback. Melissa Doyle speaks exclusively to Elisha about her story of survival.
This story originally aired on the 5th May 2019. 
Elisha Greer (survivor)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPxjUaoqubE

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How two brave backpackers escaped real life Wolf Creek monster - Part one | 60 Minutes Australia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXE7PB2d4Ts

Until February last year few people had ever heard of Salt Creek, a rugged and spectacular piece of coastline 200 kilometres south-east
of Adelaide. But then a monster named Roman Heinze lured two 23-year-old overseas backpackers to the isolated beach. To satisfy his
wicked fantasies, Heinze kidnapped the unsuspecting women and subjected them to unthinkable terror. The trauma went on for hours,
but against the odds, Lena from Germany and her friend from Brazil survived. What happened at Salt Creek has eerie similarities to the
Australian horror movie Wolf Creek, only it’s all too real. On 60 MINUTES, Lena and her friend tell Tara Brown their incredible story
of escape from Salt Creek, their desperate battle to save themselves and each other, and how they proved courage can conquer evil.  
Reporter: Tara Brown
Producers: Stefanie Sgroi, Sean Power, Alice Dalley
60 Minutes Australia

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Police manhunt to find backpacker kidnapper
60 Minutes Australia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lt3BLoXT91E

 

Davine Arckens

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Belgian backpacker is pictured for the first time as she reveals
how she escaped the Gumtree rapist who chained her up in a
pig shed and put a gun against her back in horrific attack

  • Davine, 24, was kidnapped and raped on a remote farm in South Australia 
  • The backpacker was promised work on the farm by Gene Bristow, 54 
  • She has spoken out about how she managed to alert authorities and survive
  • The Belgian used hooks in the pig shed where she was being held to break free
  • She sent distress signals to family and friends, as well as South Australia Police

By Brittany Chain For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 22:31 EDT, 12 June 2019 | Updated: 23:31 EDT, 12 June 2019

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7135567/Belgian-backpacker-
kidnapped-raped-pig-farmer-South-Australia-chained-escaped-horrific-attack.html


OR

https://tinyurl.com/y9zjedz5

A backpacker who was chained up in a pig shed by the Gumtree rapist has spoken
for the first time and revealed how she escaped her attacker.    Davine, 24, from Belgium
posted a Gumtree advertisement seeking short-term work in Australia.  She was offered
employment on a remote pig farm in Meningie, 150km southeast of Adelaide, in 
February 2017 but when she arrived her nightmare began.  Gene Charles Bristow, 54,
kidnapped her after pressing what turned out to be a fake gun against her back. 

'He was telling me to stop moving and stay still but I wouldn't let him. I was struggling
and he put something against my back,' she told 60 Minutes


Davine, breaking her silence for the first time since the ordeal, revealed how she outsmarted
the hobby farmer to alert authorities and save her life.   She said she used discarded hooks in
the pig shed where she was being held captive to break free from the chains.

 

Bristow took her phone but left her luggage holding her laptop in the shed with her. 
She freed herself from the chains and managed to send distress signals to family and friends,
as well as South Australia police.  Davine didn't know her exact location but was able to tell
police she was picked up by a man in a red ute at Murray Bridge.   From there, police were
able to track her location.   

60 Minutes Australia Video Report of this case
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccK2GifNn4A&t=191s

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RAPED IN PIGSTY Backpacker, 24, kidnapped by farmer who chained her in filthy pig shed and raped her
Brittany Vonow

16 Jun 2019, 15:47Updated: 16 Jun 2019, 17:00

The Sun
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9307091/backpacker-farmer-pig-sty-south-australia/

 

Belgian Davine Arckens, 24, was shackled and raped over two days after being abducted by twisted
hobby farmer Gene Charles Bristow in South Australia. 
And the ingenious young woman only escaped
after managing to send panicked messages to friends to ask for help - even using metal hooks she had
found in a broken down fridge to unhook her chains.  Speaking to Australian current affairs programme
60 Minutes, Davine revealed how the nightmare first unfolded when she replied to a Gumtree ad for farm
work during her travels in February 2017.   She was then lured to Bristow's 40-hectare property in Meningie,
about 140 kilometres southeast of Adelaide.  Picking the young woman up from a bus stop he took her on a
disorientating road trip before pulling into an old pig shed near his home.

 

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South Australian man who kidnapped and raped European backpacker jailed for 18 years
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Gene Bristow lured traveller through Gumtree advertisement woman posted looking for farm work
The Guardian
https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/may/14/
south-australian-man-who-raped-european-backpacker-jailed-for-18-years

OR

https://tinyurl.com/y8cxjehq

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Backpacker reveals how she escaped the rapist who chained her in pig shed

[Yahoo News Australia]

Australian Associated Press

Yahoo News Australia16 June 2019

https://au.news.yahoo.com/how-backpacker-escaped-sa-pig-farmer-who-kidnapped-her-222654311.html

But Davine found little hooks in the broken fridge to break free of the shackles and turned on her laptop to
send messages online to friends to contact police.  Her friend Echo responded to Davine and told police her
friend was missing.  Within 10 minutes of police finding out, officers began the search to find her.  Police pulled
Bristow over in a routine check, but had nothing to hold him.  He raced back to the pig shed, freed Davine and
took her to a motel telling her to go home.

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Australia:  SA rapist who kept kidnapped backpacker in pig shed jailed for 18 years
A South Australian man who kidnapped and raped a European backpacker will spend at least 12-and-a-half years in jail.

Updated Updated 14/05/2019
SBS News

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/sa-rapist-who-kept-kidnapped-backpacker-in-pig-shed-jailed-for-18-years

 

A South Australian man who kidnapped and raped a European backpacker in a pig shed on his regional property
has been jailed for 18 years.  Gene Charles Bristow held the 24-year-old woman for two days after he answered
a Gumtree advertisement she posted in search of farm work in 2017.  The 54-year-old showed no emotion as
District Court judge Geraldine Davison handed him the sentence and set a non-parole period of 12 years,
six months on Tuesday.  She said Bristow lied to the woman to lure her to the farm at Meningie, 150km southeast
of Adelaide, then chained her hands and legs "in what must have been a terrifying experience for her".

"You took her mobile phone and disposed of it, and left her alone in that shed in the middle of nowhere," she said.

"You raped her on a number of occasions."  While she was in the shed, Bristow threatened to shoot her and told her
fake stories about police corruption and his involvement in a kidnapping ring.  "It is impossible to understand how
alone and devastated she must have felt as you humiliated and degraded her in a foreign country," Judge Davison said.


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Backpacker rapist Gene Charles Bristow, who kept kidnap victim in pig shed, jailed

By court reporter Rebecca Opie

Posted 13 May 2019, updated 14 May 2019

ABC Australia

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-05-14/pig-shed-rapist-gene-charles-bristow-sentenced-to-jail/11064658

A South Australian hobby farmer will spend at least 12-and-a-half years behind bars for holding a European
backpacker captive in his pig shed and raping her.

Key points:

  • Gene Charles Bristow lured his victim by responding to an ad on Gumtree
  • The 24-year-old feared being shot if she tried to leave
  • Bristow kept the backpacker's presence hidden from his wife and son

District Court Judge Geraldine Davison on Tuesday sentenced Gene Charles Bristow, 54, to 18 years in jail with
a non-parole period of 12 years and six months for his crimes.

In March a jury took three hours to find Bristow guilty of aggravated kidnapping, rape and indecent assault.

The court previously heard he held the 24-year-old female backpacker captive in a dirty old pig shed on his farm
at Meningie, about 140 kilometres south-east of Adelaide, for two days in February 2017.

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Inside the dirty, old Meningie pig shed where backpacker was held captive and raped

By court reporter Rebecca Opie

Posted 5 March 2019, updated 5 March 2019

ABC Australia
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-03-05/meningie-rape-ordeal-backpacker-pig-shed-gene-bristow/10872706
The ABC has been granted access to photos which show inside the pig shed where a South Australian hobby farmer
held a European backpacker captive for two days in 2017.

Key points:

  • Gene Charles Bristow was found guilty of kidnapping and rape of backpacker
  • He restrained the woman with cable ties and shackles in a pig shed on his farm
  • Pictures of the crime scene have been revealed for the first time

A District Court jury deliberated for three hours on Monday before finding
Gene Charles Bristow guilty of aggravated kidnapping, rape, attempted rape and indecent assault.

The 54-year-old showed no emotion as the jury foreperson repeatedly said "guilty" in response to all six charges.

The court heard when Bristow hatched his plan to lure a young female backpacker to his 40-hectare property
at Meningie, he was unemployed, the farm was not profitable and money was tight.

He lived on the farm with his wife of 25 years, his adult son and his son's partner.

Unbeknown to them, the court heard that in the days leading up to the kidnapping, Bristow conducted internet
searches for shackles, handcuffs, tasers and Rohypnol — more commonly known as the "date rape drug".

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Alleged rapist Gene Charles Bristow admits to using fake name

By Rebecca Opie

Posted 26 FebFebruary 2019
ABC Australia

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-02-26/alleged-kidnapper-gene-charles-bristow-admits-fake-name/10849146


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A man accused of abducting and raping a European backpacker has admitted to using a fake name
when responding to the young woman's Gumtree ad looking for farm work.
ABC Australia
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-02-26/alleged-kidnapper-gene-charles-bristow-admits-fake-name/10849146

Key points:

    Gene Charles Bristow is accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a backpacker

    Mr Bristow told the jury the woman was "content" to camp in a shed

    He did not tell his wife because he thought she would consider it a waste of money

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Belgian backpacker 'locked in pig shed and raped by Australian farmer'

Jonathan Pearlman, Sydney

6 February 2019 • 1:44pm

The Telegraph
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/02/06/belgian-backpacker-locked-pig-raped-australian-farmer/

A farmer in Australia accused of brutally kidnapping and raping a backpacker in an abandoned pig shed
after responding to her advertisement on Gumtree has pleaded not guilty, saying the alleged assault was
an “invention”.

Gene Charles Bristow, a 54-year-old pig farmer, allegedly assaulted the 24-year-old Belgian traveller
at his property in the small town of Meningie in South Australia after answering her online post
seeking temporary farm work.

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How backpacker kidnapped and chained up by 'Gumtree rapist' escaped the predator

Davine was kidnapped and shackled in a pig farm when she was offered work by twisted rapist
Gene Charles Bristow in South Australia

Mirror
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/how-backpacker-kidnapped-chained-up-16512223

Davine, 24, from Belgium, posted an advertisement on Gumtree looking for short-term farm work
in Australia and was later offered a job at a remote pig farm in Meningie, about 90 miles southeast
of Adelaide in 2017.  She was then kidnapped and shackled in a derelict pig shed, by 54-year-old
Gene Charles Bristow, as soon as she arrived.

<snip>

She revealed how she outsmarted Bristow and managed to break free from the chains using discarded
hooks.  Bristow had taken her phone, but had left her luggage which had her laptop in.  She sent

emergency messages with distress signals to her family, friends and also South Australia police.

 

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Elisha Greer

Highway to Hell | Woman forced to drive 1,600km through Aussie outback at gunpoint | Sunday Night

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Elisha Greer was just 21 years old when she strapped on a backpack and headed to Australia in search of sun and adventure.
What should have been the trip of a lifetime turned to terror when she was lured in by mad Marcus Martin and forced
on a terrifying road trip through the Australian outback. Melissa Doyle speaks exclusively to Elisha about her story of survival.

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Woman Got Kidnapped for Five Weeks Whilst Backpacking in Australia | This Morning

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Report by Sarah Duffy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DJmfTFJ9Q0

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UK backpacker speaks of her rape and kidnap ordeal in Australia

This article is more than 1 year old

Elisha Greer describes her month of captivity as abductor is due to be sentenced

Guardian

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/may/05/uk-backpacker-speaks-of-her-and-kidnap-ordeal-in-australia

A British backpacker who was kidnapped and raped by a man in Australia has spoken of her terrifying ordeal,
which lasted more than a month.  Elisha Greer, 24, from Liverpool, was held captive for weeks by Marcus Martin,
who she said beat her and held a gun to her head. She required hospital treatment for injuries including
facial fractures after eventually being found by police near Mitchell, Queensland, in March 2017.

In an interview with Australian broadcaster Channel 7, Greer said she had met Martin at a party in Cairns,
Queensland, on 26 January that year. “He just seemed like a nice guy,” she told a reporter for the Sunday
Night programme.  After the pair exchanged numbers, Martin moved into Greer’s hotel and began asking her
for money.

Greer, then aged 21, said Martin obtained a gun for “protection” and took her along with him to rob a drug dealer.
“I was forced to drive the car with the gun to my head,” she said.  Later, a drugged Martin launched a violent attack on
Greer, hitting, raping and choking her until she passed out. “He turned around and he just started to hit me, hit me,
hit me,” she said.  Despite apologising after each assault, Martin’s controlling behaviour did not stop.

 

Greer said he threw away her birth control pills “to try and get me pregnant”. She added: “Maybe he thought that he

could control me more if I was with his child.”

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Man who kidnapped and raped UK woman in Australia jailed for 10 years

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Marcus Allyn Keith Martin admitted rape and deprivation of liberty of Elisha Greer

Guardian
https://tinyurl.com/yyl6vvpm

An Australian man who raped and kidnapped a British backpacker has been jailed for 10 years.

Marcus Allyn Keith Martin, 24, was sentenced at Cairns district court on Tuesday, having previously
pleaded guilty to the rape and deprivation of liberty of Elisha Greer, from Liverpool.  Greer, who travelled
to Australia in 2015 when aged 22 and met Martin in 2017, told the ITV programme This Morning she had
been repeatedly beaten and raped by her attacker, who threatened to hurt her family if she ever left.

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Australian who kidnapped and raped British backpacker Elisha Greer in month-long ordeal is jailed for 10 years

Harriet Brewis

Tuesday 28 May 2019 15:31

Evening Standard
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/australian-kidnapped-and-raped-brit-jailed-for-10-years-a4152786.html

An Australian man has been jailed for 10 years after kidnapping and raping a British backpacker in a month-long ordeal.

Marcus Allyn Keith Martin, 25, held Elisha Greer, then 22, hostage during a 1,600km road trip through the Australian outback in 2017 –
during which he repeatedly raped her and held a gun to her head.

Ms Greer, from Liverpool, England, was rescued after police pulled over their 4x4 car, four weeks after she was kidnapped.

Martin pleaded guilty to charges of rape and deprivation of liberty and was sentenced to ten years in prison on Tuesday
at Cairns District Court in northern Queensland.

Judge Dean Morzone said Martin would be required to serve at least 80% of his sentence,
the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) reported.

The court heard that the pair had met at a party in Queensland in January 2017, after which they began a brief relationship.

Ms Greer and Martin embarked on a road trip together, but he soon turned violent. He then held her against her will
and sexually assaulted her, according to police.


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Marcus Martin: Australian man who repeatedly raped British backpacker in outback jailed for 10 years

‘He pretty much changed my mind to believe that if I ever was away from him he’d murder me’

Staff and agencies

Tuesday 28 May 2019 16:13

Independent
https://tinyurl.com/yxgvfsb4


“He pretty much changed my mind to believe that if I ever was away from him he’d murder me,” she said.

 

“It all became a little bit numb. So you sort of, not get used to it, but you don’t think about it any more
so it just becomes normal.”

Read more

 

    British tourist held hostage in Australia considered killing rapist

    Man admits rape and kidnap of British backpacker in Australia

 

She said Martin, who was often high on crystal meth, had paranoid thoughts and believed she was from Interpol.

In her efforts to get away, Ms Greer said she once wrote “please help me” in a visitors’ book somewhere they visited.

Martin was eventually caught when she drove away from a petrol station without paying for fuel,
in the hope police would arrest them. Officers pulled over their 4x4 and found Martin hiding in the back.

Ms Greer was bruised and battered when she was rescued.

 

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Australian 'monster' who raped and kidnapped Liverpool backpacker in terrifying outback ordeal
gets 10 years in jail
Marcus Martin, 24, repeatedly attacked the Merseysider, and often kept her at gun and knife point
as she was forced to drive Down Under
By Luke Traynor
Chief Reporter
11:12, 28 MAY 2019
Echo
https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/australian-monster-who-raped-kidnapped-16340740

She said Martin, who was often high on crystal meth, had paranoid thoughts and believed she was from Interpol.

In her efforts to get away, Ms Greer said she once wrote "please help me" in a visitors' book somewhere they visited.

Martin was eventually caught when she drove away from a petrol station without paying for fuel, in the hope police
would arrest them.

Miss Greer was bruised and battered when she was rescued by police on the outback highway near Mitchell,
about 600km west of Brisbane. When officers pulled their vehicle over on the Warrego Highway, they found Martin
hiding in the back, and Elisha's ordeal was over.  Elisha, who spoke to the Mail Online about her terrifying ordeal,
needed her nose rebuilt after it was shattered by savage Martin.

 

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British woman describes Australia road-trip kidnap
BBC News
6 May 2019
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-48172851

She said he bought a gun for "protection" and she was "forced to drive the car with the gun to my head" while he robbed a drug dealer.
After he had taken drugs, Martin hit, raped and choked Ms Greer until she passed out.
"He turned around and he just started to hit me, hit me, hit me," she said of one attack.
Ms Greer said Martin would "cuddle her" and be apologetic after the assaults - but his violent and controlling behaviour continued.
She said he threw her contraceptive away because "maybe he thought that he could control me more if I was with his child".
Eventually, Ms Greer said Martin was receiving threatening text messages and he became "determined to leave town before
someone else found him".  Ms Greer went on to describe the 1,000-mile road trip, where Martin's abusive behaviour intensified.

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UK backpacker Elisha Greer speaks out on rape and kidnap in horror Australian outback ordeal
5 May, 2019 12:47pm
The Herald.co.nz
https://tinyurl.com/ybnb6wkp

At first, however, Greer said Martin "seemed fun" and "didn't seem like a psycho". But that quickly changed.  Martin raped Greer
in what police say was a "horrific and terrifying" experience for the young backpacker.   He also damaged her passport to dissuade
her from escaping his car.  "He was crazy," Greer said during a preview for her interview with Melissa Doyle
"Completely and utterly crazy."

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Kidnapping of Jayme Lynn Closs

Location    

Abduction: 1268 U.S. 8,

Barron, Wisconsin, U.S

Confinement: 14166 South Eau Claire Acres Circle,

Gordon, Wisconsin, U.S.

Coordinates         45°24′06.0″N 91°53′54.3″WCoordinates: 45°24′06.0″N 91°53′54.3″W

Date  October 15, 2018 – January 10, 2019 (88 days)

Attack type

         

 

    Murder Kidnapping False Imprisonment

 

Victims       Jayme Lynn Closs, 13

James Closs, 56 (father)

Denise Closs, 46 (mother)

Perpetrator Jake Thomas Patterson, 21[1]

 

The kidnapping of Jayme Closs occurred on October 15, 2018, when Jake Thomas Patterson abducted
13-year-old Jayme Lynn Closs from her family's home in Barron, Wisconsin, around 12:53 a.m, after
forcing his way inside and fatally shooting her parents.[2] Patterson took Closs to a house 70 miles
(110 km) away in rural Gordon, Wisconsin, and held her in captivity for 88 days until she escaped on
January 10, 2019.[3][4]

 

Patterson was taken into custody shortly thereafter and told police he kidnapped Closs and killed her
parents.[1][5][6] He pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree intentional homicide and one count of
kidnapping.[1] On May 24, 2019, Patterson was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences in prison
without the possibility of parole plus an additional 40 years.[7]

Contents

 

    1 Kidnapping

    2 Search operations

    3 Escape

    4 Perpetrator

    5 See also

    6 References

    7 External links

 

Kidnapping

 

Jayme Lynn Closs was the only child of James and Denise Closs of Barron, Wisconsin.[8]
On October 5, 2018, Jake Patterson drove to the Closs home to kidnap Jayme Closs, but was deterred
by activity in the home and afraid he would leave witnesses. He made a second attempt two days later,
but was again afraid to leave witnesses. On October 15, he made a third visit, this time armed with a shotgun.
Shortly before 12:53 a.m. Central Time (05:53 UTC), Patterson parked his car at the end of the driveway.[9]
Wearing a black coat and ski mask, he approached the front door of the home carrying the shotgun.[9]
James Closs, 56, shone a light on Patterson through a glass portion of the front door and asked him to show
him his badge.[9] Patterson said, "Open the fucking door."[10] Patterson fired once, fatally shooting Closs.[9]
Forcing his way into the house, Patterson checked every room in the house because he wanted "no witnesses
left behind."[10] He found the bathroom door locked and began shooting it down.[9] Inside the bathroom were
Denise Closs, 46, and Jayme.[9] Denise was comforting Jayme, who was crying loudly.[10] At 12:53 a.m.,
Denise Closs made a 911 call.[11][12]

 

While Denise Closs did not speak, the operator heard a disturbance and yelling before the phone call was
disconnected. When the dispatcher called the number back, they reached the voicemail of Denise Closs.[13]
Patterson bound Jayme's wrists and ankles using duct tape, then fatally shot Denise Closs.[9] He dragged
Jayme outside, almost slipping on blood,[14] placed her in the trunk of his car and drove away.[9]
The police arrived four minutes after the 911 call.[15] Patterson later told investigators that he pulled over 20
seconds[9] down the road from the house while deputies sped by with emergency lights and sirens on.[16]
Neighbors said they heard two gunshots, but dismissed them since hunting was common around their homes.[17][18]
After arriving at his cabin, Patterson made Closs change into a different pair of pajamas, then forced her under his
mattress and sealed off all exits before going to sleep.[19]

 

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Jayme Closs case:
Documents reveal startling details about kidnapping
By Rachel O'Brien
December 21, 2019 | 10:58am
New York Post
https://nypost.com/2019/12/21/jayme-closs-case-documents-reveal-startling-details-about-kidnapping/

Jayme Closs’ kidnapper spent nearly three months sleeping in the same bed as the 13-year-old —
but was too guilty to have sex with her, according to a trove of new documents released in the case. 
Instead, Jake Thomas Patterson, who murdered Jayme Closs’ parents before snatching the Wisconsin
teen from her home, played board games with the girl.

The deranged man, who became obsessed with Closs after spotting her getting on a school bus, also
hit her with a window blind cleaner, yelled at and threatened her in the weeks before she managed to escape. 
The Wisconsin Department of Justice, the Barron County and Douglas County Sheriff’s Offices released
a trove of thousands of pages on Friday, some heavily redacted, detailing the 88 days Patterson held Closs
captive in his Gordon, Wisconsin, home.


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Jayme Closs investigation: Records detail close calls,
bum leads and an astrologer
Haley BeMiller
Bill Glauber
USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin  12:01 a.m. EDT
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/12/21/jayme-closs-records-detail-close-calls-bum-leads-and-astrologer/2718648001/

MILWAUKEE – The ordeal of Jayme Closs began in the middle of the night, the sounds of screams heard
on a desperate 911 call to authorities in Wisconsin.  When a Barron County sheriff's deputy arrived at the
family home on Oct. 15, 2018, on the outskirts of the small city of Barron, they saw a front door blown open
by a shotgun blast. Inside, the body of James Closs was discovered.  One officer on the scene mistakenly
thought it was suicide.  But it was far worse, with authorities finding another body in a bathroom, Denise Closs. 
And when they got to the basement they found the family dog, trembling in fear behind the washer and dryer.
The details of that horrible night, and Jayme's remarkable escape from captivity 88 days later, are contained
in thousands of pages of documents and audio and video files released Friday by
Wisconsin's Department of Justice. Some of the material was heavily redacted.

The records reveal a startling tale in the search for Jayme, including close calls, missed opportunities and bum leads.
Dozens of investigators pursued things such as overheard conversations in bars, interviews with family members and
co-workers, and an exhaustive effort to find surveillance footage at gas stations from Janesville to Superior. 
Three Barron County sheriff's deputies unknowingly saw Jake Patterson drive off with Jayme after he murdered her
parents.The deputies reported seeing a vehicle driving eastbound as they drove the opposite direction toward the
Closs home in response to a 911 call. The car would later be identified as belonging to Patterson, 22, who was
convicted last spring of killing James and Denise Closs and kidnapping their only child, Jayme.

 

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Man who kidnapped Wisconsin teen: She was ‘terrified of me’

By AMY FORLITI  December 20, 2019  AP

https://apnews.com/fb840da8f3fc6df02975f3bf477d8ba8

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A man convicted of kidnapping a Wisconsin girl and killing her parents told police
after his arrest that he never thought Jayme Closs would escape because she was petrified, and that after
holding her captive for two weeks, he believed he’d get away with his crimes, according to a transcript
of a police interview.

“I know that she was just (expletive) terrified of me,” Jake Patterson said following his arrest in January.

The transcript of Patterson’s interview with authorities was among hundreds of pages of investigative documents
released Friday by the Wisconsin Department of Justice. The files include details about tips authorities received
as they were searching for Jayme, as well as evidence collected after her escape. Some of the files are redacted.

Patterson, 22, is serving a life sentence after pleading guilty in March to two counts of intentional homicide and
one count of kidnapping. He admitted he broke into Jayme’s home on Oct. 15, 2018, gunned down her parents,
James and Denise Closs, dragged her away and held her under a bed in his remote cabin for
88 days before she
made a daring escape. She was 13 at the time.

The transcript of Patterson’s interview paints a picture of a man who acted on impulse and controlled Jayme’s
movements around the cabin where she was held. Patterson believed he had restrained Jayme with fear, telling
police he never put extra locks on the doors or windows, because he thought she’d never leave.

“I just trusted her and that, she wouldn’t try to get out,” he said.

Patterson told police he initially threatened to kill Jayme if she made noise or moved. He said that once they
arrived at his cabin, he burned her clothes and dressed her in his clothes, then laid her on the bed. He said
she fell asleep, and he felt sick about what he had done and slept on the couch.

He said that he gave her food and water, but she wouldn’t eat at first. And, he said, she “learned quickly″ that he
would get angry over nothing, so she was nice to him so he wouldn’t hurt her. He said he initially thought he’d
get caught, but as time went by, he believed he’d get away with it and didn’t feel as bad.

 

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Jayme Closs says she feels 'stronger every day' a year after kidnapping 
Closs was kidnapped on Oct. 15, 2018, after her parents were shot dead in their home.
She was held for nearly three months.
Oct. 14, 2019, 12:59 PM EDT 
By Elisha Fieldstadt

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/jayme-closs-says-she-feels-stronger-every-day-year-after-n1065721

Jayme Closs, the Wisconsin teenager who was kidnapped and held captive for nearly three months by her
parents' murderer, said Monday that she is reclaiming what she can of her former life after the traumatic
experience.  "I really want to thank everyone for all the kindness and concern that people all over the country
have shown me," Jayme said in a statement read at a news conference Monday to mark one year since her
parents were killed and she was taken.  "I am very happy to be home and getting back to the activities that
I enjoy. I love hanging out with all of my friends, and I feel stronger every day!" the statement said.

"It's entirely accurate — everyone around her sees her getting stronger every day," Chris Gramstrup,
her attorney who read the statement, added.  "Today is a day to remember her parents."

 

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'I took back my freedom': Jayme Closs' powerful statement read as her kidnapper gets life in prison without

parole Jake Patterson pleaded guilty to killing Jayme Closs’s parents and kidnapping her. 

By  Emily Shapiro

May 24, 2019, 4:09 PM

ABC News
https://abcnews.go.com/US/man-abducted-13-year-jayme-closs-sentenced/story?id=63213591

Closs' statement read as her kidnapper gets lifeIn her new special, Smart brings together six women who were
held captive to discuss their experiences, how they've moved on, and they lend advice to Jayme Closs, who was
kidnapped for 88 days. Jayme Closs vowed to never let her kidnapper take her freedom or her spirit from her in
a powerful statement read at the sentencing hearing of Jake Patterson, the 21-year-old Wisconsin man who
pleaded guilty to abducting 13-year-old Closs, killing her parents and then holding her captive until she escaped.

"I was smarter," Closs said through a statement read in court on her behalf Friday. "I watched his routine and
I took back my freedom. I will always have my freedom and he will not. Jake Patterson can never take my courage.
He thought he could control me, but he couldn’t."

Patterson pleaded guilty in March to two counts of first-degree intentional homicide for shooting and killing Closs'
parents on Oct. 15, 2018, and one count of kidnapping for taking the couple's only child from her home in rural
Barron, Wisconsin.  Judge James Nadler on Friday called Patterson "the embodiment of evil" as he sentenced him
to life in prison without parole.  Patterson, appearing emotional, told the court that he wish he could "take back
what I did. ...   I don't care about me, I'm just so sorry."

(MORE: 'Bye, Jayme': Man who abducted 13-year-old Jayme Closs and killed her parents pleads guilty)

Closs, in a statement read by an attorney on her behalf Friday, said of Patterson, "I was brave and he was not."  
"He can never take away my spirit," she said. "He can't ever change me or take away who I am. He can't stop me
from being happy and moving forward with my life. I will go on to do great things in my life and he will not."

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Jayme Closs was forced to hide under her captor's bed for hours on end during her 88 days in captivity.
Here's everything we learned from the police report.

Kelly McLaughlin

January 15, 2019, 11:11 AM

The Insider

Here's everything the complaint revealed:
https://www.insider.com/jayme-closs-police-report-reveals-details-about-her-kidnapping-2019-1

 

    Jayme Closs was held captive for 88 days in Gordon, Wisconsin, after being kidnapped
from her Barron County home on October 15, 2018.


    The man accused of kidnapping her, 21-year-old Jake Patterson, was charged on Monday
with two counts of intentional homicide, one count of kidnapping, and one count of armed burglary.


    While captive, Jayme was forced to stay under her kidnapper's bed for hours at a time,
going without food, water, or a bathroom.


    She escaped on Thursday while her kidnapper was out of the house, and neighbors helped her call 911.

 

 

For 88 days, 13-year-old Jayme Closs was forced to hide under her kidnapper's bed,
going without food, water, or a bathroom for up to 12 hours at a time.

 

Her captor would put boxes filled with weights around the bed so he would know if the Wisconsin teen
tried to get out, according to a criminal complaint released on Monday by the Barron County District Attorney.

 

But on Thursday, when the kidnapper was out of the house for five or six hours, Jayme was able to crawl out

from under the bed, put on a pair of the kidnapper's shoes, and escape the home, the complaint said.

 

She found neighbors, who helped her call 911, and 21-year-old Jake Patterson was arrested minutes later.

 

"I did it," Patterson told police when they pulled him over in his car, according to the criminal complaint.

 

The complaint revealed details about the case that had mostly remained a mystery to investigators until

Jayme escaped and described her captor to police.

 

Patterson was charged on Monday with two counts of intentional homicide, one count of kidnapping,

and one count of armed burglary. His bail was set at $5 million cash.

 

There is much more to be found at the web address for this article found above.

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The day Jayme Closs saved herself:
Year later, records tell story of Barron teen's defiant escape from Jake Patterson

Haley BeMiller, Green Bay Press-Gazette Published 6:28 a.m. CT Jan. 10, 2020

https://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/story/news/2020/01/10/jayme-closs-one-year-since-teen-saved-herself-jake-patterson/2778222001/

GORDON - Jake Patterson was certain he scared Jayme Closs.

He murdered her parents. He had a temper he thought would control her. After holding the Barron teenager
captive for 88 days, he began to think he got away with it.  He was wrong. And 13-year-old Jayme,
as she would later write, "was brave. “ Jayme fled Patterson's Douglas County home on Jan. 10, 2019,
nearly three months after he killed James and Denise Closs and abducted her. 

Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald remembers that day as chaotic and emotional, and records
released last month by the Wisconsin Department of Justice show the lengths to which police and neighbors
worked to keep Jayme safe and comfortable after her escape. Those documents also revealed the first
statements Patterson, 22, made about his crimes.

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One year later: Investigators open up about Jayme Closs case

By: Kristen Barbaresi Twitter

Posted: Jan 10, 2020 9:20 PM CDT
WDJT Milwaukee
 
https://www.cbs58.com/news/one-year-after-her-daring-escape-jayme-closs-continues-to-heal

 

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FULL AUDIO of Jayme Closs 911 call

New York Daily News

380K views 1 year ago


Authorities have released the 911 call made Thursday by the woman who found Jayme
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm3piT-1WUM

 
Authorities have released the 911 call made Thursday by the woman who found Jayme
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm3piT-1WUM

 

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Watch Live: Jake Patterson, Jayme Closs Captor And Parents' Killer, Is Sentenced | NBC News Video
Includes Impact Statements of Jayme Closs’s Impact Statements
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDZ31vdsfbQ&t=2633s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVgvCq516AU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyWUMKRI9_I


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Jayme Closs' unbelievable escape and homecoming

•Jan 12, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3rKU8kJptY

 

Hear from the Wisconsin girl's neighbors, friends and family -- and the dog walker who encountered Jayme
following her escape from her captor.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyWUMKRI9_I v=U3rKU8kJptY

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3rKU8kJptY

 

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Investigators learn more about Jayme Closs’ alleged abductor

January 12, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FP_UTlBxbPA

 

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Jayme Closs' captivity, Jake Patterson's confession detailed in complaint

January 14, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sALAIuRVbzs

 

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KARE 11

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sALAIuRVbzs

 

In a criminal complaint filed in Barron County Court Monday prosecutors share the words
of accused kidnapper and murderer Jake Patterson as he told detectives he chose
Jayme Closs as his victim

at random after watching her get on a school bus one morning in Barron. KARE 11 reporters

Lou Raguse and Kent Erdahl take us through the complaint.

 

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KIDNAPPING SUSPECT: Jake Patterson First Court Appearance - Jayme Closs Update

January 14, 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3WLrxHaC0U

 

 

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Jayme Closs' family satisfied with sentence

May 24, 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnv1rqW4bX4

 

 

*:03 / 7:03

Jayme Closs timeline: 88 days

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mz-lMduQ2M

 

 

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Jayme Closs' accused kidnapper charged for her abduction, parents murder

January 14, 2019

The accused kidnapper of Jayme Closs appeared in court Monday. Jake Patterson was charged for murdering

Closs' parents and for abducting the 13 year old. A criminal complaint detailed what happened the night the

teen was taken. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas joins CBSN with details of the case.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8zbeF7pK6w

 

 

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The man who kidnapped Jayme Closs told police he'd been thinking of kidnapping a girl for 2 years

and that 'if it wasn't Jayme, it would probably be someone else'

Michelle Mark

Dec 21, 2019, 11:09 PM
The Insider 

https://www.insider.com/jayme-closs-kidnapper-jake-patterson-police-interview-2019-12

 

 

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Day 2 of Jayme Closs being found: What we know
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qhNB7ev6fw

 

 

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Jayme Closs found alive, suspect arrested

January 10, 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPbkqK3W_3Q

 

 

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Inside the Remote Cabin Where Jayme Closs Was Allegedly Held

January 14, 2019

Inside Edition

The snowy Wisconsin cabin where Jayme Closs was believed to be held captive for 88 days has been
found in the days after her escape. Inside Edition visited the rundown remote cabin, which is set back
from the road and surrounded by trees. A sign reads "Patterson's Retreat" above the front door.
Now the yard is scattered with old cars and machinery. In the back of the home, there is a window to
the basement where it's believed Closs was held.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KGn3_OlZQ4

 

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Jayme Closs honored by Wisconsin Assembly

May 15, 2019

Associated Press

A 13-year-old teenager who was held prisoner in a Wisconsin cabin for three months

before escaping her abductor is being honored by state lawmakers as a "hometown hero." (May 15)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQlDflKUd0k

 

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JAYME CLOSS CASE | JAYME CLOSS FOUND

April 13, 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FMHxfsXY9w

Becka’s True Crime Corner

 

 

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WHERE IS Jayme Closs?! Abducted From Her House In The Middle Of The Night?!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMKaSoiuBaA&t=85s

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How 13-Year-Old Jayme Closs Escaped Her Alleged Captor

January 11, 2019

Inside Edition

Jayme Closs, the missing Wisconsin teen who was found Thursday, helped authorities track down her captor.
The teen was nowhere to be found when authorities discovered her parents' bodies at their home on Oct. 15.
On Thursday, Closs approached a woman who was walking her dog and told her, "I am Jayme Closs."
Police responded within minutes and soon found 21-year-old Jake Thomas Patterson in his car and arrested
him, thanks to information provided by Closs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMKaSoiuBaA&t=85s

News & Politics

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How 13-Year-Old Jayme Closs Escaped Her Alleged Captor
January 11, 2019
Inside Edition
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QaMxB-IDdM
Jayme Closs, the missing Wisconsin teen who was found Thursday, helped authorities track down her captor.
The teen was nowhere to be found when authorities discovered her parents' bodies at their home on Oct. 15.
On Thursday, Closs approached a woman who was walking her dog and told her, "I am Jayme Closs."
Police responded within minutes and soon found 21-year-old Jake Thomas Patterson in his car and
arrested him,
thanks to information provided by Closs.

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Inside the Remote Cabin Where Jayme Closs Was Allegedly Held
January 14, 2019
Inside Edition
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KGn3_OlZQ4&t=37s

 

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How Elizabeth Smart Is Helping Jayme Closs
How Elizabeth Smart Is Helping Jayme Closs

April 25, 2019

Inside Edition

It’s a sisterhood unlike any other. These brave women made headlines after they were
kidnapped and held against their will. They are now speaking out to help Jayme Closs,
the 13-year-old girl who was kept

captive in Wisconsin before escaping. The TV special, which includes interviews with
Sarah Maynard and Elizabeth Smart, airs on Lifetime and is called “Smart Justice.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMLUIvU_abU

 

 

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Elizabeth Smart speaks to Barron County about Jayme Closs abduction

March 15, 2019

KARE 11

Smart spoke at Barron High School to help the community after the return of Jayme Closs,

who escaped the home of Jake Patterson over two months ago.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAXF7lQbcUU

 

 

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Elizabeth Smart: What happened to Jayme Closs doesn't have to "define her future"

January 14, 2019

CBS This Morning 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoDtCV2hsI8


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Elizabeth Smart on journey from shame to fighting for change
September 18, 2018
Kidnapper Wanda Barzee is set to be freed Wednesday after Utah officials determined they miscalculated
the 72-year-old's prison sentence. Barzee and Brian David Mitchell were convicted for their roles in
Elizabeth Smart's abduction and captivity that lasted for nine months, beginning in 2002. In an interview
you'll see only on "CBS This Morning," survivor Elizabeth Smart opens up about how her traumatic
experience changed her.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAYvMAV36wA

 

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CIW Instigators: Elizabeth Smart, "You Have a Choice"
December 5, 2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ed7AYsGCgM

 

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Elizabeth Smart on helping fellow abduction survivor Jayme Closs heal
Elizabeth Smart talks to NBC’s Natalie Morales about her Lifetime doc, “Smart Justice:
The Jayme Closs Case,” in which she uses her own abduction story, as well as the stories
of other survivors, to help 13-year-old Jayme Closs move forward.April 26, 2019
https://www.today.com/video/elizabeth-smart-on-helping-fellow-abduction-survivor-jayme-closs-heal-1508218947605


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Elizabeth Smart Rallies Other Abduction Survivors To Share
Advice For Jayme Closs In New Special
April 24, 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vofEtUk7do

Elizabeth Smart is using her own harrowing experience
in the hopes of helping another kidnapping victim find peace.
The activist welcomes six fellow survivors for Lifetime's
upcoming special "Smart Justice: The Jayme Closs Case,"
premiering April 27, to discuss the investigation into
13-year-old Jayme Closs' abduction. Find out how Elizabeth
and her guests aim to give Jayme guidance going forward,
and what the teen's family thinks of the production.

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How Elizabeth Smart Is Helping Jayme Closs
Inside Edition
It's a sisterhood unlike any other. These brave women made headlines
after they were kidnapped and held against their will.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMLUIvU_abU

 

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Video: Kidnapping survivors share their advice for Jayme Closs
April 24, 2019
http://bit.ly/2Y39DAm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMLUIvU_abU

 

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Elizabeth Smart on her journey from survival to inspiration (Pt 1) -
Crime Watch Daily
October 27, 2016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRKF2l5PRBw

 

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Elizabeth Smart on her journey from survival to inspiration (Pt 2) -
Crime Watch Daily
October 27, 2016
True Crime Daily
Elizabeth Smart shares how she uses her dark days being captive to help others heal.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOgaA7O5yWY

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Elizabeth Smart on Paving the Way with ‘Smart Justice’
https://tinyurl.com/y78bjj9n

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Elizabeth Smart to Jayme Closs: "There's no going back"
January 12, 2019
Smart and Jaycee Dugard, abducted as youngsters, react to news of the Wisconsin girl's escape.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFq4vsPUkc4

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Man who kidnapped Jayme Closs never thought Wisconsin teen would escape
because she was ‘terrified of me’
Associated Press |
December 20, 2019 | 8:11 PM
https://tinyurl.com/yal56ev9

A man convicted of kidnapping a Wisconsin girl and killing her parents told police after his arrest that
he never thought Jayme Closs would escape because she was petrified, and that after holding her captive
for two weeks, he believed he'd get away with his crimes, according to a transcript of a police interview.
“I know that she was just (expletive) terrified of me," Jake Patterson said following his arrest in January.
The transcript of Patterson's interview with authorities was among hundreds of pages of investigative
documents released Friday by the Wisconsin Department of Justice. The files include details about tips
authorities received as they were searching for Jayme, as well as evidence collected after her escape.
Some of the files are redacted.

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EXCLUSIVE: Mother of the man who abducted Jayme Closs and killed her parents
is seen back at work driving a school bus as she struggles to rebuild shattered life
a year after the teen's escape and her son's arrest

  • Jayme Closs, 14, escaped last year after Jake Patterson, 23, killed her parents and then held her captive in a remote cabin in rural Wisconsin for 88 days 
  • Patterson's mother Deborah Frey, 50, is now struggling to rebuild her life that was shattered by her son's crimes 
  • Friends tell DailyMailTV that she regards the moment that she learned of his guilt as 'a sort of death' and prays for his salvation every day 
  • 'She just prays for her son to know Jesus too. She prays for Jayme and her family – for strength and forgiveness. She's a victim too,' friends say 
  • Former teachers and classmates say 'something broke' in Patterson after his parents' divorce when he was 12 

By Laura Collins, Chief Investigative Reporter In Haugen, Wisconsin For Dailymail.com
Published: 13:50 EDT, 9 January 2020 | Updated: 11:03 EDT, 10 January 2020
Daily Mail
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7870007/Mother-man-abducted-Jayme-Closs-prays-salvation-day.html

 

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'What nightmares are made of': In remarkable speech,
kidnap survivor Elizabeth Smart comforts Jayme Closs' community
Jayme Closs, 13, was abducted in October and escaped three months later.
By Emily Shapiro and Anthony Rivas
March 15, 2019, 12:00 PM
https://abcnews.go.com/US/elizabeth-smart-speak-jayme-closs-neighbors-wake-kidnapping/story?id=61691722

 

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EXCLUSIVE - 'This is a sisterhood like no other': Elizabeth Smart makes
TV history by bringing together six female survivors of America's most famous
abductions to offer Jayme Closs advice on how best to move forward
Smart was inspired to unite the women after Jayme escaped captivity in January
Jayme was abducted by Jake Patterson, 21, who murdered her parents and then
held her in the basement of his secluded cabin for 88 days
As a fellow survivor, Smart wanted to help Jayme heal after her horrific ordeal 
Brought together survivors Gina DeJesus, Katie Beers, Alicia Kozakiewicz,
Sarah Maynard, Kara Robinson, and Denise Huskins for her historic roundtable
The women discussed if they forgave their captors, as well as their self-blame
They looked at their old missing posters and gave Jayme advice on how to heal
By Anneta Konstantinides For Dailymail.com
Published: 11:04 EDT, 24 April 2019 | Updated: 08:17 EDT, 28 April 2019
Daily Mail

https://tinyurl.com/y88vl4bd

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Jeanne Nutter’s Roles in Jayme Closs’s Return to Gordon Wisconsin

Former social worker Jeanne Nutter was walking her dog, Henry,
when she encountered Jayme Closs, the 13-year-old victim
of a kidnapping who had escaped her captor on Thursday. She had
no idea where she was or what was waiting for her outside
the home where she was being held in Gordon, Wisconsin. 
"I was at the end of my driveway; I saw a young woman who
appeared to be in distress," Nutter said. "She was probably about
ten or 12 feet from me saying, 'I need help.' All I knew is, whoever
this child is, she's in trouble." 

Nutter says Gordon is a safe place where she doesn't think to take
her cellphone before leaving the house.  So when Closs appeared,
lost and needing help, they raced to a neighbor's home to call law
enforcement.

 

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/jayme-closs-former-social-worker-jeanne-nutter-tells-of-helping-rescue-kidnapping-victim/

https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=jeanne+nutter

https://tinyurl.com/ybkmxy73

 

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Woman who called 911 after Jayme Closs escaped describes suspect
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HovyOJjAO48&t=9s

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JAYME CLOSS CASE | JAYME CLOSS FOUND
Becka’s True Crime Corner
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FMHxfsXY9w

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Jayme Closs' unbelievable escape and homecoming
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3rKU8kJptY&t=12s

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Inside the Remote Cabin Where Jayme Closs Was Allegedly Held
Inside Edition
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KGn3_OlZQ4

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The Jayme Closs Story: 88 Days Missing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRngMiCPzA8

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Watch Live: Jake Patterson, Jayme Closs Captor And Parents' Killer, Is Sentenced | NBC News
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVgvCq516AU&t=226s

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JAYME CLOSS CASE FILES REVEALED #jaymecloss #jakepatterson
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Bkkv_hKXSE

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Jayme Closs found safe: Full press conference
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Oo_srsSYQc

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Jayme closs one year from escape
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hNIlOWsLYQ

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Neighbors Dialed 911 After Jayme Closs Found

WCCO - CBS Minnesota

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpJ9VWRvp-4

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Day 2 of Jayme Closs being found: What we know
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qhNB7ev6fw

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Elizabeth Smart speaks to Barron County about Jayme Closs abduction
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAXF7lQbcUU

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Elizabeth Smart: What happened to Jayme Closs doesn't have to "define her future"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoDtCV2hsI8

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Kidnap Survivor Elizabeth Smart On Jayme Closs’ Road To Recovery | TODAY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtMZ8d-2Tpo

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Dad of Jayme Closs' alleged abductor speaks out
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwAKtqwHA9Q

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'I can’t believe I did this' | Accused Jayme Closs kidnapper writes letter from jail
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VJ7XsRX6l4

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Jayme Closs' accused kidnapper was prematurely discharged from Marine Corps
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9WSaA4SnhY

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Family describes the moment they learned Jayme Closs was free
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhRkiIA5Vdw

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Jayme Closs’ Family Speaks Out After Missing Wisconsin Girl Found Alive | TODAY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gs3krKgKVGU

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Wisconsin Woman Describes Moment She Found Jayme Closs | TODAY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4B-eJUcCP5k

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Missing teen Jayme Closs found alive after three months
Washington Post
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQMhTrscTzk

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Jayme Closs' alleged kidnapper reveals what she did in captivity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOD1nWcth6w

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Teen describes surviving 9 months in captivity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MA0EXhKYplY

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Jayme Closs' powerful statement read in court
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5zZSgCUg8U

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"No doubt" Jayme Closs will recover, family friend says
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRxLayuyhQA

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How the search for Jayme Closs united family friends, community
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5WmXxajvVw

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Man who kidnapped Jayme Closs: She was 'terrified of me ...
https://abc3340.com/news/nation-world/man-who-kidnapped-jayme-closs-she-was-terrified-of-me

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Monster kills parents to kidnap their daughter
https://www.thatslife.com.au/killed-parents-to-kidnap-jayme-closs

Brave survivor Jayme Closs was trapped in a nightmare - by that's life!

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    Monster kills parents to kidnap their daughter
  • Brave survivor Jayme Closs was trapped in a nightmare - by that's life!
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  • Nothing would stand in the way of one man's twisted fantasies
  • Compiled by Saskia Murphy TI Media Content
  • As Jayme Closs boarded the school bus, she had no idea of the evil that was watching.
  • Happily chatting to her friends, Jayme didn’t notice Jake Patterson, 21, on the way to his job at a cheese factory.
  • Patterson was a man with disturbing fantasies. He dreamed of abducting girls.
  • And spotting young Jayme, he’d chosen his victim.
  • The 13-year-old loved sports and dancing.
  • As an only child, she was everything to her parents, James and Denise.
  • But nothing would stand in Patterson’s way.
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  • 11 Apr 2020
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  • Nothing would stand in the way of one man's twisted fantasies
  • Compiled by Saskia Murphy TI Media Content
  • As Jayme Closs boarded the school bus, she had no idea of the evil that was watching.
  • Happily chatting to her friends, Jayme didn’t notice Jake Patterson, 21, on the way to his job at a cheese factory.
  • Patterson was a man with disturbing fantasies. He dreamed of abducting girls.
  • And spotting young Jayme, he’d chosen his victim.
  • The 13-year-old loved sports and dancing.
  • As an only child, she was everything to her parents, James and Denise.
  • But nothing would stand in Patterson’s way.
  • Nothing would stand in the way of one man's twisted fantasies

Compiled by Saskia Murphy TI Media Content

As Jayme Closs boarded the school bus, she had no idea of the evil that was watching.
Happily chatting to her friends, Jayme didn’t notice Jake Patterson, 21, on the way to his job at a cheese factory.
Patterson was a man with disturbing fantasies. He dreamed of abducting girls.
And spotting young Jayme, he’d chosen his victim.
The 13-year-old loved sports and dancing.
As an only child, she was everything to her parents, James and Denise.
But nothing would stand in Patterson’s way.

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Jake Patterson’s neighbors speak about his arrest in Jayme Closs case
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNvYY6U4dYs

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9-1-1 operator who answered the call that Jayme Closs was found relives that moment
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bvy52o79t-Q

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Gathering of Hope held for Jayme Closs in Barron
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYdDZ6-lQd4

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Church Services Celebrate Jayme Closs' Return Home
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kcHNBvH_fA

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Jake Patterson sentencing in Jayme Closs Case | Raw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyWUMKRI9_I&t=19s

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Jayme Closs – Hero
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0durcAE-0tc

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Jayme Closs' statement to judge at Jake Patterson sentencing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JguCkK6mfE

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Jayme Closs started therapy, spending time with friends, family friend says
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBMJClpDkj8

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Jayme Closs' family satisfied with sentence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnv1rqW4bX4

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Sneak peek: Jayme Closs: Hometown Hero
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cxl-cRNuFIw

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Barron community continues to celebrate Jayme Closs' safe return
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5xeaxoRub0

 

 

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Jayme Closs
Associated Press (AP)
https://apnews.com/JaymeCloss

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Man who kidnapped Wisconsin teen: She was ‘terrified of me’
By AMY FORLITI 
December 20, 2019 
https://apnews.com/fb840da8f3fc6df02975f3bf477d8ba8

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Records show Closs kidnapper fought New Mexico inmate 
October 30, 2019 
https://apnews.com/ed343a195ea1431692b6fb9c15d14a11

*

Jayme Closs: 1 year after abduction, I’m feeling stronger 
October 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/cbcaf4c8b5a04901a13ade2d428c9d02

*

The Latest: Jayme Closs: Feeling stronger every day
October 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/e65aa5dc10d44b75b284c53ca9a25f4a

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House where girl was kidnapped, parents killed is torn down 
August 7, 2019 
https://apnews.com/0e8de8532ae843b2a6f11335ffea14e4

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Man who abducted girl, shot her parents moved to New Mexico 
July 25, 2019 
https://apnews.com/36c2bd2c255a4084b1f939c6f8115489

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Jayme Closs kidnapper erased from prison records 
July 24, 2019 
https://apnews.com/4ab41cff5f944e29935d751c390106b2

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Man who kidnapped Jayme Closs moved out of Wisconsin 
July 16, 2019 
https://apnews.com/36f61b4ef4f047b98b067c4cde1f2b2d

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The Latest: Jayme Closs’ family satisfied with sentence 
May 25, 2019 
https://apnews.com/e6f075094b1747fe88a69d7c1114e016

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Wisconsin man who kidnapped Jayme Closs gets life in prison 
By AMY FORLITI and TODD RICHMOND 
May 24, 2019 
https://apnews.com/c210156e2e1d43e5859138e0bb2b903c

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Wisc. man gets life in prison in Jayme Closs case
May 24, 2019   (Image) 
https://apnews.com/JaymeCloss

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Statement of Jayme Closs at sentencing for abductor 
By The Associated Press 
May 24, 2019 
https://apnews.com/35ea3b5b1b49488fa8ba5584c2acfebc

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Kidnap victim Jayme Closs honored by Wisconsin Assembly 
May 15, 2019
https://apnews.com/7c587b1ee6dd4c4cb0411fefb1da96ef

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Jayme Closs honored by Wisconsin Assembly 
May 15, 2019  (Image)
https://apnews.com/JaymeCloss

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Man pleads guilty to kidnapping Jayme Closs, killing parents 
By STEVE KARNOWSKI 
March 27, 2019 
https://apnews.com/d5dcba95a44b4c83b33e45e7ad208c90

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The Latest: Kidnapper’s parting remark: ‘Bye, Jayme’ 
March 27, 2019 
https://apnews.com/12cb22db7b134130af76f2552116860e

*

A timeline of events in the Jayme Closs disappearance case 
March 27, 2019
https://apnews.com/0eb26a5edf9f478ebd49234d142d4e8b

*

Smart offers advice to Wisconsin town on teen’s kidnapping 
March 16, 2019 
https://apnews.com/a6b129d9fad94595b5851dd4abd1d1cb

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Station: Suspect in Closs abduction says he’ll plead guilty 
By The Associated Press 
March 7, 2019 
https://apnews.com/8c23dee39df54146a1910cc9275de680

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Elizabeth Smart set to speak in Wisconsin on Closs rescue 
March 6, 2019 
https://apnews.com/2d2be018b8744d4ab27bfdf60c0e16f3

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Wisconsin’s Jayme Closs thanks well-wishers for support 
February 13, 2019 
https://apnews.com/d5a47506d0544b9bba792cb5750a6de6

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Dad of accused killer, kidnapper asks for prayers for victim 
February 7, 2019 
https://apnews.com/606b7230a4504b8c9c4308f63a15a721

*

A timeline of events in the Jayme Closs disappearance case 
February 6, 2019
https://apnews.com/f7d2e503fb99441db9ff3524de6ffac5

*

Suspect in Wisconsin teen’s abduction ordered to stand trial 
By AMY FORLITI 
February 6, 2019 
https://apnews.com/a3c7e0cc50054fccb51cae0303620dd4

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The Latest: Man waives hearing in Wisconsin girl abduction 
February 6, 2019 
https://apnews.com/995c77b5649241c5a7bf28a69343c618

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Authorities examine cellphone of alleged Wisconsin kidnapper 
January 29, 2019 
https://apnews.com/9846db626c504c659349dd414ae9a039

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Wisconsin county: No additional charges for Closs suspect 
January 25, 2019 
https://apnews.com/b1820e7fd9404f029a8c05b4280ecf12

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Jennie-O to donate $25,000 in reward money to Jayme Closs 
January 23, 2019 
https://apnews.com/6e6c9dc703ac4038ab967156e5ad7578

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Church service gives thanks for missing teen’s safe return 
January 21, 2019 
https://apnews.com/7687f66ec0934e88916a8518e180a513

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On day Jayme escaped, suspect sought job _ with dodgy resume 
January 17, 2019 
https://apnews.com/7687f66ec0934e88916a8518e180a513

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Kidnap suspect’s lawyers: Confession problematic for defense 
By TODD RICHMOND 
January 16, 2019 
https://apnews.com/ea4881ac12a7412da3e6bd4eae8dc81e

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The Latest: Sheriff defends Jayme Closs 911 response 
January 16, 2019 
https://apnews.com/22d23b13fba242e8b0120e56e9c21ae8

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The Latest: Grandfather: Suspect ‘backed off from crowds’ 
January 15, 2019 
https://apnews.com/ae15a0d2ae8e46c39e51dd095a21e392

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Complaint in Closs case could be road map for prosecution 
By AMY FORLITI and TODD RICHMOND 
January 15, 2019 
https://apnews.com/c10757e3e2b14ca284ab7c42ac616b36

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911 call reveals moments after Jayme was found 
January 15, 2019 
Linked Video

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Kidnapping suspect targeted girl after seeing her get on bus 
By AMY FORLITI and TODD RICHMOND 
January 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/9f4c0c5192bc4d6e8fa9d4ad8d2b386e

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$5M bail set for suspect in murder-abduction case 
January 14, 2019 
(No Link) 

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The Latest: Prosecutor lauds Jayme Closs for bravery, escape 
January 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/6a23a4753b1e4b788a7383c933059b5e

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Aunts praise Jayme Closs’ strength, power 
January 14, 2019  Linked Video
https://apnews.com/JaymeCloss

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A timeline of events in the Jayme Closs disappearance case 
January 15, 2019 
https://apnews.com/1a2edc546745492badc938e6a53cabab

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Kidnapping suspect targeted girl after seeing her get on bus
By AMY FORLITI and TODD RICHMOND   
January 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/9f4c0c5192bc4d6e8fa9d4ad8d2b386e

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$5M bail set for suspect in murder-abduction case 
January 14, 2019 
Link:  https://apnews.com/JaymeCloss

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The Latest: Prosecutor lauds Jayme Closs for bravery, escape 
January 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/6a23a4753b1e4b788a7383c933059b5e

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Family: Wisconsin teen in ‘good spirits’ post-kidnap, escape 
By JEFF BAENEN 
January 13, 2019
https://apnews.com/0c437ffc95634807a83c5ba3e6ea8a8a

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The Latest: Churchgoers: Prayers answered by teen’s return 
January 13, 2019 
https://apnews.com/ee8ad5d5ce414c9d8e171bc29c2f299d

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Ex-kidnapping victims: Jayme Closs needs space, time to heal 
By TAMMY WEBBER and BRADY McCOMBS 
January 12, 2019
https://apnews.com/f9d9816cc63b450bae06017cb43d7267

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Wisconsin kidnapping, killing suspect lived under the radar 
By STEVE KARNOWSKI and TODD RICHMOND 
January 12, 2019
https://apnews.com/454a63d56dfa427c8c011a896158f737

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Granddad: Wisconsin girl has no link to suspected kidnapper 
By TODD RICHMOND 
January 12, 2019 
https://apnews.com/bfb0e3efd91d45ada0d3e57bc375c45a

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Jayme Closs investigation: Records detail close calls, bum leads and an astrologer  
Haley BeMiller  Bill Glauber
USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin
https://tinyurl.com/y9lydhmd

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EXCLUSIVE: Mother of the man who abducted Jayme Closs and killed her
parents is seen back at work driving a school bus as she struggles to rebuild
shattered life a year after the teen's escape and her son's arrest

Daily Mail
https://tinyurl.com/yaqod3mu

    Jayme Closs, 14, escaped last year after Jake Patterson, 23, killed her parents
and then held her captive in a remote cabin in rural Wisconsin for 88 days

    Patterson's mother Deborah Frey, 50, is now struggling to rebuild her life
that was shattered by her son's crimes

    Friends tell DailyMailTV that she regards the moment that she learned
of his guilt as 'a sort of death' and prays for his salvation every day

    'She just prays for her son to know Jesus too. She prays for Jayme and her
family – for strength and forgiveness. She's a victim too,' friends say

    Former teachers and classmates say 'something broke' in Patterson after
his parents' divorce when he was 12

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Breaking: Jayme Closs, missing for 88 days after parents were killed, escapes
from captorThe Barron County Sheriff’s Department confirms Jayme Closs
has been found…

WKOW
https://wkow.com/jayme-closs/

As deputies rushed in, suspect drove past with Jayme Closs in the trunk

 

 

Jayme Closs’s aunt: “We said we’d never give up, and we didn’t. And now we got her.”  

 

Suspect went to great lengths to kidnap Closs, sheriff says

 

 

Jayme Closs honored before state Assembly as hometown hero

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DOJ releases records in Jayme Closs kidnapping case

By Spectrum News Staff & Associated Press Wisconsin

PUBLISHED 6:12 PM ET Dec. 20, 2019 UPDATED 4:12 PM ET Dec. 23, 2019

https://tinyurl.com/ycgsrte2

(SPECTRUM NEWS) -- The Wisconsin Department of Justice is just now releasing the records related to Barron County kidnapping of Jayme Closs and double homicide of her parents, James and Denise Closs, in addition to the Douglas County investigation into Jake Patterson's arrest.

The documents include hours of dashcam footage, hours of body camera audio and hundreds of pages of documents. Those documents can be viewed below.

(SPECTRUM NEWS) -- The Wisconsin Department of Justice is just now releasing the records related to Barron County kidnapping of Jayme Closs and double homicide of her parents, James and Denise Closs, in addition to the Douglas County investigation into Jake Patterson's arrest.

The documents include hours of dashcam footage, hours of body camera audio and hundreds of pages of documents. Those documents can be viewed below.

DCI’s investigative files can be viewed here.

https://widoj.sharefile.com/d-s9a1c3567213429da

Barron County’s files can be viewed here.

https://widoj.sharefile.com/d-sb05f5a96d8342998

Douglas County’s files can be viewed here

https://widoj.sharefile.com/d-s87583ed5ff043609

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Category: Jayme Closs

WAOW.COM

Jayme Closs Archives

https://waow.com/category/jayme-closs/

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Woman who led Jayme Closs to safety honored in Madison

March 21, 2019 5:05 pm Courtney Terlecki

Jeanne Nutter, the woman who came upon Jayme Closs after the Barron County teen escaped her abductor,
was honored today by the state Department of…

https://tinyurl.com/y9lrxzj2

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"JAYME CLOSS" Search Results from Google

https://tinyurl.com/yan4t36l

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NEWS REPORTS AND DOCUMENTS REGARDING JAYME CLOSS


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Jayme Closs
Associated Press (AP)
https://apnews.com/JaymeCloss

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Man who kidnapped Wisconsin teen: She was ‘terrified of me’
By AMY FORLITI 
December 20, 2019 
https://apnews.com/fb840da8f3fc6df02975f3bf477d8ba8

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Records show Closs kidnapper fought New Mexico inmate 
October 30, 2019 
https://apnews.com/ed343a195ea1431692b6fb9c15d14a11

*

Jayme Closs: 1 year after abduction, I’m feeling stronger 
October 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/cbcaf4c8b5a04901a13ade2d428c9d02

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The Latest: Jayme Closs: Feeling stronger every day
October 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/e65aa5dc10d44b75b284c53ca9a25f4a

*

House where girl was kidnapped, parents killed is torn down 
August 7, 2019 
https://apnews.com/0e8de8532ae843b2a6f11335ffea14e4

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Man who abducted girl, shot her parents moved to New Mexico 
July 25, 2019 
https://apnews.com/36c2bd2c255a4084b1f939c6f8115489

*

Jayme Closs kidnapper erased from prison records 
July 24, 2019 
https://apnews.com/4ab41cff5f944e29935d751c390106b2

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Man who kidnapped Jayme Closs moved out of Wisconsin 
July 16, 2019 
https://apnews.com/36f61b4ef4f047b98b067c4cde1f2b2d

*

The Latest: Jayme Closs’ family satisfied with sentence 
May 25, 2019 
https://apnews.com/e6f075094b1747fe88a69d7c1114e016

*

Wisconsin man who kidnapped Jayme Closs gets life in prison 
By AMY FORLITI and TODD RICHMOND 
May 24, 2019 
https://apnews.com/c210156e2e1d43e5859138e0bb2b903c

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Wisc. man gets life in prison in Jayme Closs case
May 24, 2019   (Image) 
https://apnews.com/JaymeCloss

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Statement of Jayme Closs at sentencing for abductor 
By The Associated Press 
May 24, 2019 
https://apnews.com/35ea3b5b1b49488fa8ba5584c2acfebc

*

Kidnap victim Jayme Closs honored by Wisconsin Assembly 
May 15, 2019
https://apnews.com/7c587b1ee6dd4c4cb0411fefb1da96ef

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Jayme Closs honored by Wisconsin Assembly 
May 15, 2019  (Image)
https://apnews.com/JaymeCloss

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Man pleads guilty to kidnapping Jayme Closs, killing parents 
By STEVE KARNOWSKI 
March 27, 2019 
https://apnews.com/d5dcba95a44b4c83b33e45e7ad208c90

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The Latest: Kidnapper’s parting remark: ‘Bye, Jayme’ 
March 27, 2019 
https://apnews.com/12cb22db7b134130af76f2552116860e

*

A timeline of events in the Jayme Closs disappearance case 
March 27, 2019
https://apnews.com/0eb26a5edf9f478ebd49234d142d4e8b

*

Smart offers advice to Wisconsin town on teen’s kidnapping 
March 16, 2019 
https://apnews.com/a6b129d9fad94595b5851dd4abd1d1cb

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Station: Suspect in Closs abduction says he’ll plead guilty 
By The Associated Press 
March 7, 2019 
https://apnews.com/8c23dee39df54146a1910cc9275de680

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Elizabeth Smart set to speak in Wisconsin on Closs rescue 
March 6, 2019 
https://apnews.com/2d2be018b8744d4ab27bfdf60c0e16f3

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Wisconsin’s Jayme Closs thanks well-wishers for support 
February 13, 2019 
https://apnews.com/d5a47506d0544b9bba792cb5750a6de6

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Dad of accused killer, kidnapper asks for prayers for victim 
February 7, 2019 
https://apnews.com/606b7230a4504b8c9c4308f63a15a721

*

A timeline of events in the Jayme Closs disappearance case 
February 6, 2019
https://apnews.com/f7d2e503fb99441db9ff3524de6ffac5

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Suspect in Wisconsin teen’s abduction ordered to stand trial 
By AMY FORLITI 
February 6, 2019 
https://apnews.com/a3c7e0cc50054fccb51cae0303620dd4

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The Latest: Man waives hearing in Wisconsin girl abduction 
February 6, 2019 
https://apnews.com/995c77b5649241c5a7bf28a69343c618

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Authorities examine cellphone of alleged Wisconsin kidnapper 
January 29, 2019 
https://apnews.com/9846db626c504c659349dd414ae9a039

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Wisconsin county: No additional charges for Closs suspect 
January 25, 2019 
https://apnews.com/b1820e7fd9404f029a8c05b4280ecf12

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Jennie-O to donate $25,000 in reward money to Jayme Closs 
January 23, 2019 
https://apnews.com/6e6c9dc703ac4038ab967156e5ad7578

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Church service gives thanks for missing teen’s safe return 
January 21, 2019 
https://apnews.com/7687f66ec0934e88916a8518e180a513

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On day Jayme escaped, suspect sought job _ with dodgy resume 
January 17, 2019 
https://apnews.com/7687f66ec0934e88916a8518e180a513

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Kidnap suspect’s lawyers: Confession problematic for defense 
By TODD RICHMOND 
January 16, 2019 
https://apnews.com/ea4881ac12a7412da3e6bd4eae8dc81e

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The Latest: Sheriff defends Jayme Closs 911 response 
January 16, 2019 
https://apnews.com/22d23b13fba242e8b0120e56e9c21ae8

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The Latest: Grandfather: Suspect ‘backed off from crowds’ 
January 15, 2019 
https://apnews.com/ae15a0d2ae8e46c39e51dd095a21e392

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Complaint in Closs case could be road map for prosecution 
By AMY FORLITI and TODD RICHMOND 
January 15, 2019 
https://apnews.com/c10757e3e2b14ca284ab7c42ac616b36

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911 call reveals moments after Jayme was found 
January 15, 2019 
Linked Video

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Kidnapping suspect targeted girl after seeing her get on bus 
By AMY FORLITI and TODD RICHMOND 
January 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/9f4c0c5192bc4d6e8fa9d4ad8d2b386e

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$5M bail set for suspect in murder-abduction case 
January 14, 2019 
(No Link) 

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The Latest: Prosecutor lauds Jayme Closs for bravery, escape 
January 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/6a23a4753b1e4b788a7383c933059b5e

*

Aunts praise Jayme Closs’ strength, power 
January 14, 2019  Linked Video
https://apnews.com/JaymeCloss

*

A timeline of events in the Jayme Closs disappearance case 
January 15, 2019 
https://apnews.com/1a2edc546745492badc938e6a53cabab

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Kidnapping suspect targeted girl after seeing her get on bus
By AMY FORLITI and TODD RICHMOND   
January 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/9f4c0c5192bc4d6e8fa9d4ad8d2b386e

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$5M bail set for suspect in murder-abduction case 
January 14, 2019 
Link:  https://apnews.com/JaymeCloss

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The Latest: Prosecutor lauds Jayme Closs for bravery, escape 
January 14, 2019 
https://apnews.com/6a23a4753b1e4b788a7383c933059b5e

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Family: Wisconsin teen in ‘good spirits’ post-kidnap, escape 
By JEFF BAENEN 
January 13, 2019
https://apnews.com/0c437ffc95634807a83c5ba3e6ea8a8a

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The Latest: Churchgoers: Prayers answered by teen’s return 
January 13, 2019 
https://apnews.com/ee8ad5d5ce414c9d8e171bc29c2f299d

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Ex-kidnapping victims: Jayme Closs needs space, time to heal 
By TAMMY WEBBER and BRADY McCOMBS 
January 12, 2019
https://apnews.com/f9d9816cc63b450bae06017cb43d7267

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Wisconsin kidnapping, killing suspect lived under the radar 
By STEVE KARNOWSKI and TODD RICHMOND 
January 12, 2019
https://apnews.com/454a63d56dfa427c8c011a896158f737

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Granddad: Wisconsin girl has no link to suspected kidnapper 
By TODD RICHMOND 
January 12, 2019 
https://apnews.com/bfb0e3efd91d45ada0d3e57bc375c45a

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Jayme Closs investigation: Records detail close calls, bum leads and an astrologer  
Haley BeMiller  Bill Glauber
USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin
https://tinyurl.com/y9lydhmd

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EXCLUSIVE: Mother of the man who abducted Jayme Closs and killed her
parents is seen back at work driving a school bus as she struggles to rebuild
shattered life a year after the teen's escape and her son's arrest

Daily Mail
https://tinyurl.com/yaqod3mu

    Jayme Closs, 14, escaped last year after Jake Patterson, 23, killed her parents
and then held her captive in a remote cabin in rural Wisconsin for 88 days

    Patterson's mother Deborah Frey, 50, is now struggling to rebuild her life
that was shattered by her son's crimes

    Friends tell DailyMailTV that she regards the moment that she learned
of his guilt as 'a sort of death' and prays for his salvation every day

    'She just prays for her son to know Jesus too. She prays for Jayme and her
family – for strength and forgiveness. She's a victim too,' friends say

    Former teachers and classmates say 'something broke' in Patterson after
his parents' divorce when he was 12

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Breaking: Jayme Closs, missing for 88 days after parents were killed, escapes
from captorThe Barron County Sheriff’s Department confirms Jayme Closs
has been found…

WKOW
https://wkow.com/jayme-closs/

As deputies rushed in, suspect drove past with Jayme Closs in the trunk

 

 

Jayme Closs’s aunt: “We said we’d never give up, and we didn’t. And now we got her.”  

 

Suspect went to great lengths to kidnap Closs, sheriff says

 

 

Jayme Closs honored before state Assembly as hometown hero

SNIP

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DOJ releases records in Jayme Closs kidnapping case

By Spectrum News Staff & Associated Press Wisconsin

PUBLISHED 6:12 PM ET Dec. 20, 2019 UPDATED 4:12 PM ET Dec. 23, 2019

https://tinyurl.com/ycgsrte2

(SPECTRUM NEWS) -- The Wisconsin Department of Justice is just now releasing the records related to Barron County kidnapping of Jayme Closs and double homicide of her parents, James and Denise Closs, in addition to the Douglas County investigation into Jake Patterson's arrest.

The documents include hours of dashcam footage, hours of body camera audio and hundreds of pages of documents. Those documents can be viewed below.

(SPECTRUM NEWS) -- The Wisconsin Department of Justice is just now releasing the records related to Barron County kidnapping of Jayme Closs and double homicide of her parents, James and Denise Closs, in addition to the Douglas County investigation into Jake Patterson's arrest.

The documents include hours of dashcam footage, hours of body camera audio and hundreds of pages of documents. Those documents can be viewed below.

DCI’s investigative files can be viewed here.

https://widoj.sharefile.com/d-s9a1c3567213429da

Barron County’s files can be viewed here.

https://widoj.sharefile.com/d-sb05f5a96d8342998

Douglas County’s files can be viewed here

https://widoj.sharefile.com/d-s87583ed5ff043609

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Category: Jayme Closs

WAOW.COM

Jayme Closs Archives

https://waow.com/category/jayme-closs/

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Woman who led Jayme Closs to safety honored in Madison

March 21, 2019 5:05 pm Courtney Terlecki

Jeanne Nutter, the woman who came upon Jayme Closs after the Barron County teen escaped her abductor,
was honored today by the state Department of…

https://tinyurl.com/y9lrxzj2

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"JAYME CLOSS" Search Results from Google

https://tinyurl.com/yan4t36l

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One year later: Investigators open up about Jayme Closs case

By: Kristen Barbaresi Twitter

Posted: Jan 10, 2020 9:20 PM CDT
CBS 58
https://www.cbs58.com/news/one-year-after-her-daring-escape-jayme-closs-continues-to-heal

 

BARRON COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Exactly one year ago, in the remote town
of Gordon, Wisconsin, 13-year-old Jayme Closs made a daring escape from
her kidnapper, Jake Patterson.  Patterson held Jayme captive for 88 days,
after he killed her parents inside their Barron County home on Oct. 15, 2018.

 

Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald hopes the one-year anniversary is like
any other day for Jayme, as she continues to heal and go on with her life.
But he says he will smile a little bigger, as he remembers the phone call he got
one year ago telling him Jayme was alive and safe.  “What it did teach us
is there’s a lot of hope out there,” Sheriff Fitzgerald said. “And you know,
we can do anything as a community.”  Sheriff Fitzgerald says it’s difficult
to wrap his head around all that’s happened in the year since Jayme’s
courageous escape.  Just months after his arrest, Patterson pleaded guilty
and was sentenced to life in prison.  “Six months later we’re sentencing,
you know, and we have the case wrapped up and all the records are released
within a year, is unheard of across the nation,” Sheriff Fitzgerald said.

The Sheriff and other investigators are now traveling the country, teaching
other law enforcement agencies about the case.

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Jayme Closs investigation: Records detail close calls, bum leads and an astrologer

Haley BeMiller

Bill Glauber

USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin
https://tinyurl.com/y9lydhmd

 

BARRON COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Exactly one year ago, in the remote town
of Gordon, Wisconsin, 13-year-old Jayme Closs made a daring escape from
her kidnapper, Jake Patterson.  Patterson held Jayme captive for 88 days,
after he killed her parents inside their Barron County home on Oct. 15, 2018.

Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald hopes the one-year anniversary is like
any other day for Jayme, as she continues to heal and go on with her life.
But he says he will smile a little bigger, as he remembers the phone call he
got one year ago telling him Jayme was alive and safe.  “What it did teach
us is there’s a lot of hope out there,” Sheriff Fitzgerald said. “And you know,
we can do anything as a community.”  Sheriff Fitzgerald says it’s difficult to
wrap his head around all that’s happened in the year since Jayme’s courageous
escape.  Just months after his arrest, Patterson pleaded guilty and was
sentenced to life in prison.

 

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The day Jayme Closs saved herself: Year later, records tell story of Barron teen's
defiant escape from Jake Patterson
Haley BeMiller,
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Published 6:28 a.m. CT Jan. 10, 2020
https://tinyurl.com/y7rtdtl2

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GORDON - Jake Patterson was certain he scared Jayme Closs.
He murdered her parents. He had a temper he thought would control her.
After holding the Barron teenager captive for 88 days, he began to think
he got away with it.  He was wrong. And 13-year-old Jayme, as she would
later write, "was brave."  Jayme fled Patterson's Douglas County home
on Jan. 10, 2019, nearly three months after he killed James and Denise
Closs and abducted her.

Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald remembers that day as chaotic and
emotional, and records released last month by the Wisconsin Department of
Justice show the lengths to which police and neighbors worked to keep Jayme
safe and comfortable after her escape.  Those documents also revealed the first
statements Patterson, 22, made about his crimes.

Patterson decided to act on his fantasy of kidnapping a young girl two weeks
after watching Jayme board a school bus near her home outside Barron.
He drove to the Closs home in the early hours of Oct. 15, 2018, murdered James
and Denise with his father's shotgun, and took a girl he had never met to the
small town of Gordon.  It was in Gordon where Jayme saved herself.

RELATED: The Jayme Closs investigation: Trove of records details close calls,
bum leads and an astrologer
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RELATED: Jake Patterson fought a New Mexico inmate after moving from Wisconsin
prison for safety
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COMPLETE COVERAGE: Jayme Closs timeline of news coverage
https://tinyurl.com/y94wolx6

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One year later, Jayme Closs feels 'stronger every day' as community reaches 'new normal'

Haley BeMiller

USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin
https://tinyurl.com/yasjjb9x

 

GREEN BAY, Wis. – Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald still remembers
what it felt like to see 2,000 people searching fields for any sign of missing teenager Jayme Closs.
One year has passed since Jake Patterson gunned down Wisconsin couple James and Denise Closs
and kidnapped their only child. Some of the memories hurt.  But others, like that day in the field,
remind Fitzgerald of how people came together to support one another, convinced every day Jayme
would eventually come home.  And she did.   "There’s no reason to give up hope, and we proved
that to the world," Fitzgerald said in a recent interview with USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin.  

After abducting Jayme on Oct. 15, 2018, Patterson held her captive for 88 days in his rural Wisconsin 
home before she broke free. The 22-year-old Patterson was sentenced to life in prison in May.  
Patterson didn't know the Closs family prior to the day he decided to kidnap Jayme after watching her
board a school bus, fulfilling a fantasy of holding a young girl prisoner, prosecutors said. He is now
imprisoned in New Mexico, although Wisconsin corrections officials will not identify the institution. 
Fitzgerald said the community is moving forward and learning to live with a "new normal." 

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A year after her kidnapping, Jayme Closs tells ABC she feels 'stronger every day'

By Christina Maxouris, CNN

Updated 9:52 PM ET, Mon October 14, 2019

https://tinyurl.com/ydbhvh43

 

Jayme Closs' powerful statement read in court 03:00

(CNN)Almost exactly a year since Jayme Closs was kidnapped and her parents killed,
the 13-year-old says she's happy to be back home and doing what she enjoys. "I really
want to thank everyone for all of the kindness and concern that people all over the country
have shown me," she said in a statement to ABC News.   The teenager said she was
"very happy to be home and getting back to the activities that I enjoy."
"I love hanging out with all of my friends and I feel stronger every day," Jayme said
in her statement.   On October 15 last year, a 21-year-old man barged into the young girl's
Barron, Wisconsin, home, shot both of her parents and then held Jayme captive for 88 days.

<snip>

Her escape

Patterson drove the teenager to his cabin in a remote and heavily forested town.  For months,
Jayme spent a long time under his bed, sometimes staying under there for as long as 12 hours
with no food, water or access to the bathroom, authorities said.  Jayme told detectives Patterson
once struck her hard on her back. He said he kept her in line by yelling and hitting the walls,
especially the two times he noticed she had tried to get out from under the bed, investigators said.
On January 10, Patterson told Jayme he was leaving for a few hours and the girl crawled out from
under the bed, unlocked the front door and left the cabin, quickly flagging down a woman for help.
The woman, recognizing Jayme from news accounts of her disappearance, hustled her to the
nearest home, where they called 911.

 

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Associated Press
https://apnews.com/JaymeCloss

 

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Jayme Closs case: Documents reveal startling details about kidnapping

By Rachel O'Brien

December 21, 2019 | 10:58am
New York Daily News

https://tinyurl.com/yx7nhc4m

Jayme Closs’ kidnapper spent nearly three months sleeping in the same bed as the
13-year-old — but was too guilty to have sex with her, according to a trove of new
documents released in the case.

Instead, Jake Thomas Patterson, who murdered Jayme Closs’ parents before snatching
the Wisconsin teen from her home, played board games with the girl.

<snip>

The Wisconsin Department of Justice, the Barron County and Douglas County Sheriff’s
Offices released a trove of thousands of pages on Friday, some heavily redacted, detailing
the 88 days Patterson held Closs captive in his Gordon, Wisconsin, home.

Patterson admitting having sexual thoughts about Closs but didn’t act on them because his
guilt from killing her parents stopped him, according to the documents.

 

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Jayme Closs'
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOD1nWcth6w

 

CBS This Morning

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Jayme Closs:
Hometown Hero

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CBS News - Jun 8, 2019

 

Jayme Closs
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Smart Is Helping
Jayme Closs

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Inside Edition

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Closs kidnapping
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38:31

Jayme Closs found
safe: Full press
conference

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Oo_srsSYQc

 

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YouTube - Jan 11, 2019



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Barron Co. sheriff: A year out, Jayme Closs is 'just being a kid'

"There’s a new feeling in law enforcement, not just in Barron County,
but all over, that you never give up. Because that case is one tip away."

KARE

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Jayme Closs was kidnapped and her parents, James and Denise, were killed on Oct. 15, 2018.
That was the beginning of an 88-day ordeal that for Jayme, meant captivity at the hands of Jake Patterson,
who is now serving life in prison for his crimes. For Fitzgerald, it meant long days and nights working
to solve the case.

He remembers vividly the moment he found out that Jayme had escaped on her own. He was on the phone
with the Walworth County sheriff, ironically, trying to get to the bottom of a false tip that Jayme
had been found there.

"At the same time I’m talking to the Walworth County sheriff, my detective runs back in and says,
'Hang up the phone right now,'" Fitzgerald said. "He said, 'We have Jayme Closs.'"

RELATED: Jayme Closs case file released

https://tinyurl.com/y6v3uomc

 

RELATED: Jayme Closs shares a message on the anniversary of her kidnapping

https://tinyurl.com/y972emll

Fitzgerald thought both tips were pranks. But the detective informed him that the patrol officers
in Douglas County said they had located Jayme.


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Wisconsin Dept. Of Justice Releases Jayme Closs Case File

December 20, 2019 at 10:11 pm

Filed Under:Jayme Closs, Wisconsin Department of Justice
https://tinyurl.com/ycfez35t

 

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Wisconsin Department of Justice released the case file
involving the kidnapping of Jayme Closs and murder of her parents Friday afternoon.

 

As Barron County deputies drove towards the Closs family home in the early morning
hours of Oct. 15, 2018, Jake Patterson passed three of them, even pulling over to the
side of the highway to let them pass.

 

They were unaware 13-year-old Jayme Closs was bound and being held in the trunk
of that car, arriving soon after to a shot-up door and a gruesome scene.

 

That dash camera video is just one portion of thousands of documents, video clips,
and photos released by the Wisconsin Department of Justice connected to the
investigation that began when James and Denise Closs were found murdered and
their daughter missing in Barron County, Wisconsin.

 

Barron County released the first 911 call made by Jayme’s mom. Much of that call
is inaudible.

 

The video files include police dash camera footage from responding officers and
audio recordings from officers at the scene.

 

In one of the recordings you can hear an officer who first arrived at the Closs home
thinking there may have been a suicide before realizing there was a larger crime scene.

 

The file also includes the 911 call made in Douglas County when Closs escaped
a remote cabin and ran for help after being held captive for 88 days.

 

In the call you can hear the family comforting Jayme in the background as they ask
a dispatcher to hurry for help as they are in fear Closs’ kidnapper was on the way home.

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Jayme Closs, Kidnapped by a Stranger, Endured Horror, Police Say

New York Times

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/14/us/jayme-closs-updates-jake-patterson.html

 

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How Jayme Closs Is Doing 1 Year After Her Incredible Escape
From the Kidnapper Who Killed Her Parents 
by Natalie Finn | Fri., Jan. 10, 2020 3:00 AM
E-News
https://tinyurl.com/y9s8w5vf

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Photos: Kidnapping Survivors

https://www.eonline.com/photos/19455/true-crime-kidnapping-survivors

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Elizabeth Smart "Thrilled" Missing Teen Jayme Closs Was Found Alive:
"What a Miracle"
https://tinyurl.com/y9sssmol
E-News

Shortly after news broke that missing teen Jayme Closs had been found alive,
Elizabeth Smart took to social media to reflect on the "miracle."

 

"What a miracle!!! Jayme Closs has been found!!!!" she wrote on Instagram.
"I'm so thrilled to hear the news. What has been such a heart wrenching
tragedy finally has some happiness in the story. I'm praying for Jayme and
all her family that they can have a joyous reunion."

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Jayme Closs 'reclaiming her life' as she marks first anniversary of abduction
Guardian 
Wisconsin girl whose parents were fatally shot before she was held captive
for 88 days is ‘moving forward courageously’, attorney said
https://tinyurl.com/y7mjczvj

Jayme Closs, the Wisconsin girl whose parents were fatally shot before she was kidnapped and held captive for 88 days by an abductor from whom she escaped, marked the first anniversary of her abduction on Monday.  The 14-year-old
said she was feeling stronger every day and was thankful for the kindness and concern expressed by people all over the US.  Jayme issued a statement a day
before the first anniversary of the shootings and abduction at her home near
Barron in north-west Wisconsin. She is getting back to the activities she enjoys,
she said, and loves hanging out with her friends.  The statement was read by
family attorney Chris Gramstrup at a news conference at the Barron county
sheriff’s department.  “She continues to work very, very hard on her
emotional well-being,” Gramstrup said. “She’s moving forward courageously
and reclaiming her life. Her incredible spirit and strength continues to inspire everyone around her.”  Grampstrup said Jayme inherited her strength and
soft heart from her father and mother, James and Denise Closs, who were
killed at their home on 15 October 2018 by Jake Patterson.

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Jayme Closs: Hometown Hero
CBS News
Forty – Eight Hours
https://www.cbsnews.com/video/jayme-closs-hometown-hero/#x

CBS News journalists explore the courage of Wisconsin teenager Jayme Closs, held captive for 88 days before escaping, and how she and her community have bonded to help her heal.Jun 8, 2019

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Jayme Closs Archives
https://waow.com/category/jayme-closs/

(Video Reports)

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1 Year After Jayme Closs' Escape: A New Normal For Barron County

Residents Cite Increased Vigilance and Tighter Community
in Wake Of Double Murder, Kidnapping
By Rich Kremer 
Friday, January 10, 2020, 6:00am
https://tinyurl.com/ybm7sthe

On Jan. 10, 2019, residents of Barron County were told of an unlikely outcome in the wake of a grizzly double murder and kidnapping three months before just outside the city of Barron. In a faceook post, Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald announced that missing teen Jayme Closs had been found alive 70 miles north of where she was taken 88 days before. 

"Jayme Closs has been located," wrote Fitzgerald. "On Thursday evening the Barron County Sheriff’s Department was notified by the Douglas CO WI Sheriff’s Department that they had located Jayme Closs alive."

 

The post and following press conferences drew throngs of reporters from around the nation and the story of her escape from the man who killed her parents made international news.

 

In the year that followed, Jake Patterson of the Village of Gordon, was convicted on two counts of first-degree intentional homicide along with one count of kidnapping and sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison.

 

The Closs family home where the crimes took place was razed by the bank holding the mortgage according to Fitzgerald

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POLICE FOOTAGE:
Interview of Kyle Jaenke-Annis Regarding Disappearance of Jayme Closs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0X31Vdq7epA

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Campos-Castillo, Celeste. "Emotional Lives: Dramas of Identity in an Age of Mass Media." (2019): 555-556.

[PDF] THE SWORD

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… Jayme Closs, a 13-year-old girl from Barron, Wisconsin … The breach happened during the summer at the end of June and beginning of July when two employees of the dhs clicked on a link in a phony email that gave hackers access to patient Jayme Closs Abducted and Found …

Rinka, Madelyn, and Christina McLaughlin. "NSU presents first screening of Rubber Jellyfish."

Kenny, James F. "“Getting to Know You”: Confirming Target Suitability." In Hiding in Plain Sight, pp. 59-69. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, 2020.

 

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James, Denise and Jayme Closs :: Life Changed in Four Minutes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76iefFkEyqE

 

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JAYME CLOSS 911 CALL AUDIO | JAYME IS FOUND ALIVE #jaymecloss
Added Content to Content of Generally Available Content
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nOk-gzkYbs

Jayme Closs 911 Audio has been released. #jaymecloss On the night of September 15th, Jake Patteson, a stranger to the Closs family entered the family home. He fatally shot James Closs and Denise Closs before abducting Jayme Closs. She was held captive for 88 days before escaping and getting help.

 

 

 







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David Dillard
 
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LAUREN HILL NUMBER 22 HER FIRST COLLEGE BASKETBALL GAME

 

 

MEDICAL DISEASES CANCER :  COLLEGE BASKETBALL :   Lauren Hill #22: Her First Basketball Game 

 

Lauren Hill #22: Her First College Basketball Game 

 

Lauren Hill (basketball)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lauren_Hill_(basketball)

Lauren Hill (October 1, 1995 – April 10, 2015) was an American freshman basketball player
at Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati, who suffered from terminal brain cancer.
She was runner up for 2014 Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year, coming second in
voting to Mo'ne Davis.

Lauren Hill was born in Greendale, Indiana.[2] Her battle with cancer became public
when the NCAA agreed to allow Mount St. Joseph to play Hiram College two weeks
prior to the original game date so Hill could play.[3] The location of the game was also
originally moved from Hiram's Price Gymnasium to Mount St. Joseph's Harrington
Center so that Hill would not have to travel the over 300 miles from Cincinnati to Hiram.
However, due to public interest in the game, it was later moved from the 2,000 seat
Harrington Center to the 10,250 seat Cintas Center on the campus of Xavier University.[4]
She raised US$1 million for pediatric cancer research with a Cincinnati telethon for
The Cure Starts Now Foundation.[5] The Foundation then donated $1 million to brain cancer
research[6][7] and continues to grow and donated over $4.7 million to medical research in 2015.[8]

Hill's family signed her up for hospice care on December 1, 2014.[9]

After Hill played in four games and made five layups,[10] Mount St. Joseph basketball coach
Dan Benjamin announced that she would not play in future games but would like to stay on as
an honorary coach.[11] On January 7, 2015, Hill served as an assistant coach for the team.[12]

Wheaties honored Hill with her picture on its cereal box.[13]

On February 6, 2015, Hill was given an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters degree by
Mount St. Joseph University.[14]


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A Game for Lauren | An NCAA Champion Feature | NCAA.org

http://www.ncaa.org

A-Game-for-Lauren

 

As a high school senior, Lauren Hill was diagnosed with a

 

Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG)
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Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) Diffuse intrinsic pontine gliomas (DIPG)

are highly aggressive and difficult to treat brain tumors found at the base of the brain.

They are glial tumors, meaning they arise from the brain's glial tissue —

tissue made up of cells that help support and protect the brain's neurons.

 

 

 

A GAME FOR LAUREN

 

http://www.ncaa.org/static/champion/a-game-for-lauren/

 

 

Lauren's Fight for Cure - Home | Facebook

 https://www.facebook.com/laurensfightforcure/

 

 

 

 

Top of Form

#playfor22 The Story of Lauren Hill

Eric Gerhardt

 

We met Lauren Hill on her 19th birthday shortly after she had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer called DIPG.

We followed her quest to play in one college basketball game before she died. That game was televised nationally,

and her mission to raise cancer awareness research funding became an international success story.

We followed her for the final six months of her life to tell the story she wanted the world to hear.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V53q8Z0C1uc

 

 

Lauren Hill Sources from YouTube

 

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%22lauren+hill%22

 

 

Lauren Hill Sources from Google News

 

https://tinyurl.com/yalw8kgl

 

 

"lauren hill" AND cancer AND basketball  FROM Google

 

https://tinyurl.com/y7yu8p5k

 

“LAUREN HILL” AND CANCER FROM BING

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RESEARCH GUIDES  EMPLOYMENT  SOURCES OF STATISTICS AND DATA

This is a sampling of the literature that discusses the many topics in which employment and statistics
are aspects of the subject matter of the research publications included in this extensive bibliography. 
The links found with each source listing lead to a the search results for a search of each title found in
this collection of sources.

 

 

Earnings and Employment Data for Workers Covered
Under Social Security, by State and County

Issue 13, Part 11784 of SSA publication

Contributors      United States. Social Security Administration.
Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics,

United States. Social Security Administration.
Division of Earnings Statistics and Analysis

Publisher             Social Security Administration,
Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics, 2005

https://tinyurl.com/s9zro8s

 

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Title       Employment Privacy Law in the European Union:
Human Resources and Sensitive Data

Volume 7 of Social Europe series, ISSN 0255-0776

Author  Alberto Arufe Varela

Editor    Frank Hendrickx

Publisher             Intersentia nv, 2003

ISBN      9050953018, 9789050953016

Length  344 pages

https://tinyurl.com/yggqcb8k


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Title       Occupational projections and training data

Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics

Author  United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Publisher             U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2008

Original from     Cornell University

Digitized               May 11, 2011

Subjects               Employment forecasting

Labor supply

Occupational training

https://tinyurl.com/yjt2wezr

 

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Title       Taxing Wages 2005

Taxing Wages

Author  OECD

Publisher             OECD Publishing, 2006

ISBN      9264022031, 9789264022034

Length  454 pages

https://tinyurl.com/yh9plojq

 

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Title       A Practical Guide to Equal Employment Opportunity

Authors Walter B. Connolly, Jr., Michael J. Connolly, Joshua Feinstein

Edition  revised

Publisher             Law Journal Press, 2018

ISBN      1588520013, 9781588520012

Length  2588 pages

https://tinyurl.com/ygq9kymf

 

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Title       Occupational Outlook Handbook: Bulletin 2570

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Authors Us Dept of Labor, Bureau Of Labor Statistics

Publisher             Claitor's Law Books and Publishing, 2008

ISBN      1579809251, 9781579809256

Length  696 pages

https://tinyurl.com/yhrf8nb8

 

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Title       Annuaire Des Statistiques Du Travail

Volume 41; Volume 49 of Yearbook of labour statistics, ISSN 0084-3857

Author  International Labour Office

Publisher             International Labour Organization, 1990

ISBN      9220064286, 9789220064283

Length  1059 pages

https://tinyurl.com/yhl9vdvj

 

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Title       1982 Census of Governments: Topical studies, Issue 3

1982 Census of Governments: Topical Studies, United States. Bureau of the Census

Contributor        United States. Bureau of the Census

Publisher             U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1984

Original from     the University of California

Digitized               Dec 1, 2009

https://tinyurl.com/yz5ybgyp

 

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Title       A Practical Guide to Equal Employment Opportunity

Authors Walter B. Connolly, Jr., Michael J. Connolly, Joshua Feinstein

Edition  revised

Publisher             Law Journal Press, 2018

ISBN      1588520013, 9781588520012

Length  2588 pages

https://tinyurl.com/ygq9kymf

 

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Title       Statistical Demography and Forecasting

Springer Series in Statistics

Authors Juha Alho, Bruce Spencer

Edition  illustrated

Publisher             Springer Science & Business Media, 2005

ISBN      0387225382, 9780387225388

Length  412 pages

https://tinyurl.com/yhaka7mn

  

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Title       Occupational projections and training data

Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics

Author  United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Publisher             U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2008

Original from     Cornell University

Digitized               May 11, 2011

https://tinyurl.com/yjt2wezr

 

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Title       Occupational Employment and Wages

Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics

Contributor        United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Publisher             Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2001

Original from     Indiana University

Digitized               Oct 23, 2012

ISBN      0160509726, 9780160509728

https://tinyurl.com/yz2d477q

 

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Title       Trends in Expenditure and Employment Data for the Criminal Justice System

State and local government special studies

Contributors      United States.
National Criminal Justice Information and Statistics Service,
United States. Bureau of the Census

Publisher             U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978

Original from     the University of Michigan

Digitized               Feb 9, 2007

 

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Title       Uncertainty and the Employment Dynamics of Small and Large Businesses

IMF Working Papers

Authors Vivek Ghosal, Yang Ye

Publisher             International Monetary Fund, 2015

ISBN      1484354567, 9781484354568

Length  49 pages

https://tinyurl.com/qulx5yr

 

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Maine Employment Statistical Handbook

Front Cover

Department of Labor, Division of Economic Analysis and Research, 2003

https://tinyurl.com/tz4cjfd

 

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Title       An International Statistical Survey of Government Employment and Wages, Volume 1806

An International Statistical Survey of Government Employment and Wages

Policy research working papers

Authors Salvatore Schiavo-Campo, Giulio De Tommaso, Amitava Mukherjee

Contributor        World Bank.
Office of the Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, Development Economics

Publisher             World Bank Publications, 1997

Length  83 pages

https://tinyurl.com/wjxgetw

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https://tinyurl.com/r3bskg5

 

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Title       History of the ... economic censuses

Author  United States. Bureau of the Census

Publisher             U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1977

Original from     the University of Virginia

Digitized               Mar 11, 2008

https://tinyurl.com/rkeadj7

 

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Title       Mini-guide to the 1977 Economic Censuses

Edition  revised

Publisher             Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1978

Original from     Indiana University

Digitized               Mar 6, 2013

Length  39 pages

https://tinyurl.com/un3wyky

 

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Title       Statistics on research and development employment in the U.S.S.R.

Issue 76 of International population reports

Authors Louvan E. Nolting, Murray Feshbach,
United States. Bureau of the Census, United States. Bureau of the Census.
Foreign Demographic Analysis Division

Publisher             U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1981

Original from     University of Minnesota

Digitized               Mar 24, 2009

Length  87 pages

https://tinyurl.com/ra697kv

 

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Title       A Data-pooling Approach to Estimate Employment Multipliers for Small Regional Economics

Issue 1583 of Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture)

Author  Jeff V. Conopask

Contributors      United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service,

United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development

Publisher             Department of Agriculture, Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service, 1978

Original from     the University of Virginia

Digitized               Jun 24, 2008

Length  31 pages

https://tinyurl.com/s8rglzo

 

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Bibliographic information

QR code for Expenditure and Employment Data for the Criminal Justice System, 1975

Title       Expenditure and Employment Data for the Criminal Justice System, 1975, Volume 3

Expenditure and Employment Data for the Criminal Justice System, 1975,

National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice. Statistics Division

Issue 9 of National Criminal Justice Information and Statistics Service

Issue 82 of State and local government special studies, United States Bureau of the Census

Issue 82 of United States. Bureau of the Census. State and local government special studies

Publisher             U.S. Department of Justice, 1977

Original from     Pennsylvania State University

Digitized               May 6, 2014

Length  376 pages

https://tinyurl.com/ttrbvtz

 

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Title       Expenditure and Employment Data for the Criminal Justice System,

1975, Volume 3

Expenditure and Employment Data for the Criminal Justice System, 1975,

National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice. Statistics Division

Issue 9 of National Criminal Justice Information and Statistics Service

Issue 82 of State and local government special studies,

United States Bureau of the Census

Issue 82 of United States. Bureau of the Census.

State and local government special studies

Publisher             U.S. Department of Justice, 1977

Original from     Pennsylvania State University

Digitized               May 6, 2014

Length  376 pages

https://tinyurl.com/wb39j5v

 

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Title       Uncertainty and the Employment Dynamics of Small and Large Businesses

IMF Working Papers

Authors Vivek Ghosal, Yang Ye

Publisher             International Monetary Fund, 2015

ISBN      1484354567, 9781484354568

Length  49 pages

https://tinyurl.com/qulx5yr

 

 

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Title       Employment, Hours, and Earnings 2012: States and Areas

Employment, Hours and Earnings, States and Areas

G - Reference, Information and Interdisciplinary Subjects Series

Editor    Gwenavere W. Dunn

Publisher             Rowman & Littlefield, 2012

ISBN      1598885308, 9781598885309

Length  601 pages

https://tinyurl.com/sqb3w82

 

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Title       Internal Labor Markets and Employment Transitions in South Korea

G - Reference, Information and Interdisciplinary Subjects Series

Author  Kim Sunghoon

Publisher             University Press of America, 2005

ISBN      0761830766, 9780761830764

Length  131 pages

https://tinyurl.com/sylxfb2

 

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Title       Statistical Abstract of the United States 2010

Author  Census Bureau

Editor    Census Bureau

Compiled by       Census Bureau

Edition  illustrated

Publisher             Government Printing Office, 2009

ISBN      0160838843, 9780160838842

Length  985 pages

https://tinyurl.com/v7rvyyc

 

https://tinyurl.com/y4lm96te

  

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Title       Family-friendly Employment Policies in Britain

Family and Work series

Authors Dex, Shirley, Smith, Colin

Contributor        Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Edition  illustrated

Publisher             Policy Press, 2002

ISBN      1861344333, 9781861344335

Length  56 pages

 

https://tinyurl.com/wudvs8w

 

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Title       International and Comparative Employment Relations

Editors  Professor Greg J Bamber, Greg J. Bamber,

Russell D Lansbury, Nick Wailes

Edition  illustrated, reprint

Publisher             SAGE, 2004

ISBN      1412901251, 9781412901253

Length  454 pages

https://tinyurl.com/useszox

 

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Title       Employment Outlook, 1998-2008: Occupational Change

from an Industry Perspective

Volume 2522 of Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics

Contributor        United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Edition  illustrated

Publisher             The Bureau, 2000

Original from     University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Digitized               Feb 4, 2011

Length  75 pages

https://tinyurl.com/v2w6wzl

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DaVanzo, Julie.
"Does unemployment affect migration? Evidence from micro data."
The Review of Economics and Statistics (1978): 504-514.
https://tinyurl.com/sqvbe3t

 

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Wielgosz, John B., and Susan Carpenter.
"The effectiveness of alternative methods of searching

for jobs and finding them:
An exploratory analysis of the data bearing

upon the ways of coping with joblessness."
American Journal of Economics and Sociology 46, no. 2 (1987): 151-164.

https://tinyurl.com/s8fw6f6

 

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DaVanzo, Julie.

"Does unemployment affect migration? Evidence from micro data."

The Review of Economics and Statistics (1978): 504-514.

https://tinyurl.com/sqvbe3t

 

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McDonald, Steve, and Glen H. Elder Jr.

"When does social capital matter? Non-searching for jobs across the life course."

Social Forces 85, no. 1 (2006): 521-549.

https://tinyurl.com/sl2zle6

 

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Krueger, Alan B., and Andreas Mueller.

"Job search and unemployment insurance: New evidence from time use data."

Journal of Public Economics 94, no. 3-4 (2010): 298-307.

https://tinyurl.com/sx384kf

 

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Davidsson, Per, and Frederic Delmar.

"Hunting for new employment: the role of high-growth firms."

In Small firms and economic development

in developed and transition economies:

A reader, pp. 7-20. Ashgate, 2003.

https://tinyurl.com/u5h8s6g

 

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Daunfeldt, Sven-Olov, Niklas Elert, and Dan Johansson.

"The economic contribution of high-growth firms:

do policy implications depend on the choice of growth indicator?."

Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade 14, no. 3 (2014): 337-365.

https://tinyurl.com/u3y4uoz

 

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Fountain, Christine.

"Finding a job in the internet age."

Social Forces 83, no. 3 (2005): 1235-1262.

https://tinyurl.com/th9lqcs

 

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Feldman, Daniel C., and Brian S. Klaas.

"Internet job hunting:

A field study of applicant experiences with online recruiting."

Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation

with the School of Business Administration,

The University of Michigan

and in alliance with the Society of Human Resources Management

41, no. 2 (2002): 175-192.

https://tinyurl.com/vo32kr3

 

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Mouw, Ted.

"Racial differences in the effects of job contacts:

Conflicting evidence from cross-sectional and longitudinal data."

Social Science Research 31, no. 4 (2002): 511-538.

https://tinyurl.com/vu28bws

 

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Herz, Benedikt, and Thijs Van Rens.

"Structural unemployment." (2011).

https://tinyurl.com/rnwjle6

 

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Slamet, Cepy, Rian Andrian, Dian Sa'adillah Maylawati,

W. Darmalaksana, and M. A. Ramdhani.

"Web scraping and Naïve Bayes classification for job search engine."

In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering,

 vol. 288, no. 1, p. 012038. IOP Publishing, 2018.

https://tinyurl.com/r62pqg8

 

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Ports, Michelle Harrison.

"Trends in job search methods, 1970-92."

Monthly Labor Review 116, no. 10 (1993): 63-68.

https://tinyurl.com/qtlwm93

 

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Thomas, Zachary, Shawn Sterling, and SaiPrasad Kapila.

"System and method for managing job applicant data."

U.S. Patent Application 10/621,267, filed January 22, 2004.

https://tinyurl.com/v4585k5

 

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Krueger, Alan B., Andreas Mueller, Steven J. Davis, and Ayşegül Şahin.

"Job search, emotional well-being, and job finding in a period of mass unemployment:

Evidence from high frequency longitudinal data [with comments and discussion]."

Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (2011): 1-81.

https://tinyurl.com/rm5yyf7

 

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Richardson, Mary L.

"Method and system for employment placement."

U.S. Patent 7,505,919, issued March 17, 2009.

https://tinyurl.com/yx8efh2l

 

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Frijters, Paul, Michael A. Shields, and Stephen Wheatley Price.

"Immigrant job search in the UK: evidence from panel data." (2003).

https://tinyurl.com/tpk9f39

 

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Iyengar, Sheena S., Rachael E. Wells, and Barry Schwartz.

"Doing better but feeling worse: Looking for the “best” job undermines satisfaction."

Psychological Science 17, no. 2 (2006): 143-150.

https://tinyurl.com/qr594ta

 

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Collins, Michael.

"Unemployment in interwar Britain: Still searching for an explanation."

Journal of Political Economy 90, no. 2 (1982): 369-379.

https://tinyurl.com/tglolzd

 

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Sheehan, Eugene P., Teresa M. McDevitt, and Heather C. Ross.

"Looking for a job as a psychology professor? Factors affecting applicant success."

Teaching of Psychology 25, no. 1 (1998): 8-11.

https://tinyurl.com/rbcc439

 

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Clark, Andrew E.

"Unemployment as a social norm: Psychological evidence from panel data."

Journal of labor economics 21, no. 2 (2003): 323-351.

https://tinyurl.com/vvdkrqq

 

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Jansen, Bernard J., Karen J. Jansen, and Amanda Spink.

"Using the web to look for work: Implications for online job seeking and recruiting."

Internet research 15, no. 1 (2005): 49-66.

https://tinyurl.com/s9lr3mw

 

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Schöer, Volker, and Murray Leibbrandt.
"Determinants of job search strategies:
Evidence from the Khayelitsha/Mitchell's Plain survey."
South African Journal of Economics 74, no. 4 (2006): 702-724.

https://tinyurl.com/tjwz75w

 

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Micklewright, John, and Gyula Nagy.

"The informational value of job search data and the dynamics of search behaviour:

Evidence from Hungary."

Available at SSRN 154679 (1999).

https://tinyurl.com/v74b42j

 

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Garfinkle, Stuart H.

"The outcome of a spell of unemployment."

Monthly Lab. Rev. 100 (1977): 54.

https://tinyurl.com/r9enfd9

 

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Gebel, Michael.

"Is a temporary job better than unemployment?

A cross-country comparison based on British, German, and Swiss panel data."

A Cross-Country Comparison Based on British, German, and Swiss Panel Data

(March 2013). SOEPpaper 543 (2013).

https://tinyurl.com/tf24ns9

 

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Harry, Holzer.

"Informal job search and black youth unemployment."

American Economic Review 77, no. 3 (1987): 446-52.

https://tinyurl.com/vwu35ho

 

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Moorhouse, Anne, and Marie L. Caltabiano.

"Resilience and unemployment:

Exploring risk and protective influences for the outcome variables of depression

and assertive job searching."

Journal of Employment Counseling 44, no. 3 (2007): 115-125.

https://tinyurl.com/s8enpnl

 

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Applegate, Rachel.

"Job ads, jobs, and researchers: Searching for valid sources."

Library & Information Science Research 32, no. 2 (2010): 163-170.

https://tinyurl.com/sjjwg3p

 

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Livingston, Gretchen.

"Gender, job searching, and employment outcomes among Mexican immigrants."

Population Research and Policy Review 25, no. 1 (2006): 43-66.

https://tinyurl.com/urcqt3f

 

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Brown, Deborah Wright.
"Job searching in a labyrinth of opportunity: The strategies, the contacts, the outcomes."
Journal of Social Behavior and Personality 15, no. 2 (2000): 227.

https://tinyurl.com/tx539r5

 

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Hu, Yueqin, and Yiqun Gan.

"Future-oriented coping and job hunting among college students."

The Psychological Record 61, no. 2 (2011): 253-268.

https://tinyurl.com/ryg3plh

 

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Arellano, Manuel, and Costas Meghir.

"Female labour supply and on-the-job search: an empirical model estimated

using complementary data sets."

The Review of Economic Studies 59, no. 3 (1992): 537-559.

https://tinyurl.com/s6h3zy5

 

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Kuhn, Peter, and Mikal Skuterud.

"Internet job search and unemployment durations."

American Economic Review 94, no. 1 (2004): 218-232.

https://tinyurl.com/s6etjrj

 

 

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Sutton, Andrew.

"On the determinants of UK unemployment and the Great Recession:

analysing the gross flows data."

Applied Economics 45, no. 25 (2013): 3599-3616.

https://tinyurl.com/qwjx63o

 

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Bazen, Stephen, and Velayoudom Marimoutou.

"Looking for a Needle in a Haystack?

A Reexamination of the Time Series Relationship between Teenage Employment

and Minimum Wages in the United States." Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics

64 (2002): 699-725.

https://tinyurl.com/s6bj6y7

 

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Hall, Robert E., R. A. Gordon, and Charles Holt.

"Why is the unemployment rate so high at full employment?."

Brookings papers on economic activity 1970, no. 3 (1970): 369-410.

https://tinyurl.com/soqsmex

 

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Kingdon, Geeta, and John Knight.

"The measurement of unemployment when unemployment is high."

Labour Economics 13, no. 3 (2006): 291-315.

https://tinyurl.com/uvn2jv6

 

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Hartog, Joop, Eddie Mekkelholt, and Hans Van Ophem.

"Testing the relevance of job search for job mobility."

Economics Letters 27, no. 3 (1988): 299-303.

https://tinyurl.com/vudkgze

 

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Kingdon, Geeta, and John Knight.

"What have we learnt about unemployment from microdatasets in South Africa?."

Social Dynamics 27, no. 1 (2001): 79-95.

https://tinyurl.com/wkwe5qd

 

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Frijters, Paul, Michael A. Shields, and Stephen Wheatley Price.

"Immigrant job search in the UK: evidence from panel data." (2003).

https://tinyurl.com/tpk9f39

 

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Bloemen, Hans G. "Job search, search intensity,

and labor market transitions an empirical analysis."

Journal of Human resources 40, no. 1 (2005): 232-269.

https://tinyurl.com/w7vb9yj

 

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Sheehan, Eugene P., Teresa M. McDevitt, and Heather C. Ross.

"Looking for a job as a psychology professor? Factors affecting applicant success."

Teaching of Psychology 25, no. 1 (1998): 8-11.

https://tinyurl.com/rbcc439

 

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Schöer, Volker, and Murray Leibbrandt.

"Determinants of job search strategies:

Evidence from the Khayelitsha/Mitchell's Plain survey."

South African Journal of Economics 74, no. 4 (2006): 702-724.

https://tinyurl.com/tjwz75w

 

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Kooreman, Peter, and Geert Ridder.

"The effects of age and unemployment percentage

on the duration of unemployment: Evidence from aggregate data."

European Economic Review 20, no. 1-3 (1983): 41-57.

https://tinyurl.com/tpl6y4o

 

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McGovern, Robert J., James A. Winchester Jr, Andrew B. Evans,

Brian E. Farmer, Jennie A. Koffman, and Aaron P. Walker.

"Employment recruiting system and method using a computer network

for posting job openings and which provides

for automatic periodic searching of the posted job openings."

U.S. Patent 6,370,510, issued April 9, 2002.

https://tinyurl.com/waauuq4

 

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Metcalf, David, Stephen J. Nickell, and Nicos Floros.

"Still searching for an explanation of unemployment in interwar Britain."

Journal of Political Economy 90, no. 2 (1982): 386-399.

https://tinyurl.com/stzrjz3

 

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Yoneyama, Hiroyuki, Kaname Nishiwaki, Takanori Udagawa, and Yoichi Enomoto.

"Job offer/job seeker information processing system."

U.S. Patent Application 10/220,144, filed January 16, 2003.

https://tinyurl.com/ucvk8zn

 

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Nattrass, Nicoli. "Unemployment, employment and labour-force participation

 in Khayelitsha/Mitchell's Plain." (2002).

https://tinyurl.com/sevkzxv

 

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Johnson, Richard S.

"System and method for agency based posting and searching for job openings

via a computer system and network."

U.S. Patent 7,725,405, issued May 25, 2010.

https://tinyurl.com/sfte7c5

 

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Stutzer, Alois, and Rafael Lalive.

"The role of social work norms in job searching and subjective well-being."

Journal of the European Economic Association 2, no. 4 (2004): 696-719.

https://tinyurl.com/snok2fu

 

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McDonald, Steve.

"Patterns of Informal Job Matching across the Life Course:

EntryLevel, ReentryLevel, and Elite NonSearching."

Sociological Inquiry 75, no. 3 (2005): 403-428.

https://tinyurl.com/u3ujkeq

 

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Stiles, Peter N., Chris A. Bodenhorn, and Robert J. Szczerba.

"Dynamic optimal sensor employment for searching an area."

U.S. Patent 6,212,471, issued April 3, 2001.

https://tinyurl.com/qsfc5ow

 

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Atkins, Stephen, Richard Fletcher, and C. C. Stuart.

"Immigrant job hunting, labour market experiences,

and feelings about occupational satisfaction in New Zealand:

An exploratory study."

New Zealand Journal of Psychology 34, no. 1 (2005): 97-110.

https://tinyurl.com/rda2c3b

 

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Park, In-Kyoo, and Gyoo-Seok Choi.

"A variable-precision information-entropy rough set approach for job searching."

Information Systems 48 (2015): 279-288.

https://tinyurl.com/qvjak22

 

 

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Bortnick, Steven M., and Michelle Harrison Ports.

"Job search methods and results: Tracking the unemployed, 1991."

Monthly Lab. Rev. 115 (1992): 29.

https://tinyurl.com/yx6mun6m

 

 

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Van Oort, Madison.

"Making the neoliberal precariat: Two faces of job searching in Minneapolis."

Ethnography 16, no. 1 (2015): 74-94.

https://tinyurl.com/uv3dy7p

 

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Banerjee, Biswajit, and Gabriella A. Bucci.

"On-the-job search in a developing country:

an analysis based on Indian data on migrants."

Economic Development and Cultural Change 43, no. 3 (1995): 565-583.

https://tinyurl.com/sjrrpjt

 

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Farinde-Wu, Abiola, and Paul G. Fitchett.

"Searching for satisfaction:

Black female teachers’ workplace climate and job satisfaction."

Urban Education 53, no. 1 (2018): 86-112.

https://tinyurl.com/qmjuwpk

 

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Zweimüller, Josef, and Rudolf Winter-Ebmer.

"Firm-specific training: consequences for job mobility." (2000).

https://tinyurl.com/ttb4hz2

 

 

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Kuhn, Peter, and Mikal Skuterud. "

Internet job search and unemployment durations."

American Economic Review 94, no. 1 (2004): 218-232.

https://tinyurl.com/s6etjrj

 

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Concordia, David Joseph, Daniel Scott DcMaioNewton, William M. Bradbury,

Sundaresan Lakshminarayana, and Gregory F. Valeri.

"Method For Interactive Employment Searching, Rating, And Selecting of Employment Listing."

U.S. Patent Application 11/615,765, filed March 20, 2008.

https://tinyurl.com/v2qeawr

 

 

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Frijters, Paul, Michael A. Shields, and Stephen Wheatley Price.

"Immigrant job search in the UK: evidence from panel data." (2003).

https://tinyurl.com/tpk9f39

 

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Livingston, Gretchen.

"Gender, job searching, and employment outcomes among Mexican immigrants."

Population Research and Policy Review 25, no. 1 (2006): 43-66.

https://tinyurl.com/urcqt3f

 

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MacDaniel, Aaron, and Joseph Sikare.

"System and method for facilitating online employment opportunities

between employers and job seekers."

U.S. Patent 7,827,117, issued November 2, 2010.

https://tinyurl.com/wlb22cu

 

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Sharone, Ofer.

"Social capital activation and job searching: Embedding the use of weak ties

in the American institutional context."

Work and Occupations 41, no. 4 (2014): 409-439.

https://tinyurl.com/rpex93x

 

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Basker, Emek.

"Education, job search and migration."

University of Missouri-Columbia Working Paper 02-16 (2002).

https://tinyurl.com/rb622hd

 

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Thomas, Zachary, Shawn Sterling, and SaiPrasad Kapila.

"System and method for managing job applicant data."

U.S. Patent Application 10/621,267, filed January 22, 2004.

https://tinyurl.com/v4585k5

 

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Trivedi, Pravin K., and Gregory M. Baker.

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