As details of the kidnapping case still unfold, a lot of people are asking why Jaycee Lee Dugard didn't manage to escape during her 18 years of captivity in an Antioch backyard. Why didn't she scream for help? Alert a neighbor? Jump the fence?

SFist reader Tendernob brought to our attention this quote, spewed forth by Dugard's admitted kidnapper Phillip Garrido during an interview with CNN from his jail cell.

Garrido said he had "completely turned my life around" in the past several years. "You're going to find the most powerful story coming from the witness, from the victim," he promised. "If you take this a step at a time, you're going to fall over backward and in the end you're going to find the most powerful, heartwarming story." He added, "Wait till you hear the story of what took place at this house. You're going to be absolutely impressed. It's a disgusting thing that took place with me in the beginning, but I turned my life completely around."

Describing his two daughters, he said, "Those two girls slept in my arms every single night from birth; I never kissed them."

Speaking of completely turning his life around, Garrido's blog, Voices Revealed, would suggest otherwise. (Side note: comments on his site jumped from 1 to over 250 overnight. And, some of the recently posted comments have been "removed by author." Strange. Wonder who's manning his site while he's in the clink.)