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News24.com | Ex-kidnapping victims: Jayme Closs needs space, time to healFormer kidnapping victims say 13-year-old Jayme Closs must be allowed to discuss her ordeal on her own terms as she tries to recover from her traumatic experiences.
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News video: Kidnapping Survivors Celebrate Jayme Closs’ Escape

Kidnapping Survivors Celebrate Jayme Closs’ Escape 02:16

  Other kidnapping survivors are celebrating Jayme Closs’ escape. Katie Beers, who was kidnapped in 1992 when she was 9 years old, was discovered in an underground bunker, where a family friend had held her hostage for 17 days. Elizabeth Smart was 14, just one year older than Closs, when she...

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