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WOMAN WHO ‘KIDNAPPED AND SEXUALLY ABUSED TWO AMISH SISTERS’ WITH BOYFRIEND WROTE A THESIS ON THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RAPE

By MAILONLINE REPORTER

PUBLISHED: 22:17 EST, 19 August 2014 | UPDATED: 08:43 EST, 20 August 2014

The upstate New York woman accused of kidnapping and sexually abusing two Amish girls with her boyfriend studied the psychology of rape in college — and even wrote a senior thesis on the subject.

In her final year at Mercyhurst College, Nicole Vaisey researched whether watching pornography changed perceptions about rape, Syracuse.com reported.

Vaisey, who majored in psychology, hypothesized in 2011 that the research participants with more exposure to the images were more likely to blame the victim.

She received a $1,500 Psi Chi research grant to help her with the research and eventually graduated with honors, according to Syracuse.com.

Vaisey, 25, and boyfriend Stephen Howells Jr., 39, are being held without bail and have a preliminary court appearance scheduled for Thursday.

Howells, a registered nurse at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center, and Vaisey, a former dog groomer, were arrested on Friday after voluntarily going to the sheriff’s office for an interview.

They were charged with kidnapping with the intent to physically or sexually abuse the seven-year-old and 12-year-old sisters, who were snatched from their family’s roadside vegetable stand in Oswegatchie on Wednesday evening.

The father of the girls has said he feels sorry for the couple.

The parents of the girls, aged seven and 12, spoke to the Johnson Newspapers at their home in Oswegathcie on Sunday, two days after Howells and Vaisey were charged with kidnapping with the intent to physically or sexually abuse the girls.

'It's sad,' said the 44-year-old father, who is not being identified to protect his daughters. 'They must have ruined their whole life.'

Prosecutor reveals couple did sexually abuse the Amish sisters they kidnapped from roadside stall as lawyer claims male nurse had a ‘master and slave relationship’ with his female accomplice.

Father of abducted Amish girls sorry for suspects

The Amish couple, who have 14 children, did not express any anger toward the suspects, while the girls’ 19-year-old sister said her siblings were not speaking much about their ordeal.

Their mother said she is grateful to have her girls back home, but daily life has not yet returned to normal.

'We feel relieved we have them,' the mother said. 'It's still not like it was.'

They spoke out as St Lawrence County District Attorney Mary Rain revealed that more charges are expected to be brought against Howells and Vaisey.

Authorities collected computer hard drives and other potential evidence from their home on Sunday.

Authorities say the couple had prowled for easy targets and sexually abused the girls before letting them go after about 24 hours.

'I 100 per cent expect more charges,' Rain told The Associated Press in a telephone interview on Sunday.

She said the new charges, which she would not detail, could come after she meets with police investigators Monday or at the hearing Thursday.

It’s also possible prosecutors would have to wait for results from forensic tests.

The sisters were abducted on Wednesday from a farm stand in front of the family’s home in Oswegatchie, near the Canadian border. They were set free by their captors about 24 hours later and turned up safe at the door of a house 15 miles from where they were taken.

There was no answer on Sunday at the St. Lawrence County Conflict Defender’s Office, which is representing Howells.

The couple were busted after voluntarily coming in for an interview the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office. Rain would not say if the couple admitted to the crime, but they were arrested around 8:30 p.m. at the end of questioning.

Vaisey’s lawyer, Bradford Riendeau told The New York Times that she was in an abusive and submissive relationship with Howells. He said she made a ‘voluntary statement’ to investigators after her arrest and was obtaining an order of protection against him.

'She appears to have been the slave and he was the master,' Riendeau told the newspaper.

Rain said Vaisey is just as culpable as Howells.

A neighbor said they were boyfriend and girlfriend and that three other children lived in the house.

On his Facebook page, Howells appears to be a father to three children. It’s uncertain whether his girlfriend, Vaisey, is the mother.

St. Lawrence County Sheriff Kevin Wells said the girls were able to provide details to investigators about their time in captivity.

The girls are not being identified as they are victims of sexual abuse. 

The kidnappings touched off a massive search in the family’s remote farming community. Searchers scoured the community of about 4,000 people but were hampered by a lack of photos of the girls.

The Amish typically avoid modern technology, and the family had to work with an artist who spoke their language, a German dialect known as Pennsylvania Dutch, to produce a sketch of the older girl.

The girls ‘seem to be healthy’ after being reunited with family, officials said.

Patricia Ritchie, the state senator representing the region, said many families in the area are now reluctant to let their children play outdoors unattended.

Ritchie said the Amish are responding in a way that may forever change a familiar feature of the local landscape: Some are taking down their roadside stands.

'This has sent a shockwave through their community,' she said.

The couple could face 25 years to life in prison if convicted.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2729519/Woman-kidnapped-sexually-abused-two-Amish-sisters-boyfriend-wrote-thesis-psychology-rape.html#ixzz3B403gWko 

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WOMAN ACCUSED IN AMISH GIRLS KIDNAPPING ‘WAS IN A MASTER-SLAVE RELATIONSHIP’, ATTORNEY SAYS

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A woman accused along with her boyfriend of abducting two young Amish sisters from a farm stand and sexually abusing them is due in court for a preliminary hearing.

Nicole Vaisey, 25, was expected to be in court Thursday.

The couple from Hermon were arrested Friday, accused of abducting the 7-year-old and 12-year-old sisters from the family’s rural farm stand near the Canadian border. The sisters turned up the next night at the door of a house 15 miles from their home.

St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary Rain said last week that they were sexually abused and other charges are likely.

Vaisey’s lawyer said she was the victim of an abusive relationship.

"She was in a master-slave relationship," with 39-year-old boyfriend Stephen Howells Jr., said attorney Bradford Riendeau. "I believe she’s not as culpable as he is."

Howells waived his right to a preliminary hearing and his case will go straight to a grand jury. There was no answer late Tuesday at the county public defender’s office, which is representing Howells.

The couple is in jail without bail.

The Associated Press generally does not identify victims of sexual abuse and is not naming the girls.

St. Lawrence County Sheriff Kevin Wells said the couple were prowling for easy targets and may have planned to abduct other children. He said the girls were able to provide details to investigators about their time in captivity.

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/21/nicole-vaisey-amish-girls-kidnapping_n_5697386.html

"And now, my beauties, something with poison in it, I think. With poison in it, but attractive to the eye, and soothing to the smell. Poppies… Poppies. Poppies will put them to sleep. Sleeeeep. Now they’ll sleeeeep!"

"And now, my beauties, something with poison in it, I think. With poison in it, but attractive to the eye, and soothing to the smell. Poppies… Poppies. Poppies will put them to sleep. Sleeeeep. Now they’ll sleeeeep!"

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KIDNAPPING SUSPECT MAY HAVE DRUGGED AMISH GIRLS

Investigators said Stephen Howells may have given one or both of the Amish sisters a prescription sedative or injected them with a drug before allegedly abusing them inside his home on County Route 21 in the town of Hermon.

Officials said the drugs may have been used to relax the girls and cause them to forget.

St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary Rain said both girls were sexually abused.

Authorities now say as many as four victims, in addition to the two Amish sisters, are now believed to have fallen prey to Howells and his live-in girlfriend Nicole Vaisey.

Vaisey’s attorney claims she was being controlled by Howells and was in a “master-slave” relationship with him.

Howells and Vaisey allegedly kidnapped the girls from their home near Heuvelton last Wednesday.

The girls escaped and were found about 24 hours later near Richville.

7 News has learned that the oldest Amish girl was injected in the foot with a substance by Howell shortly after being abducted from the family’s roadside vegetable stand last week and victimized at the Hermon residence by Howells and Vaisey.

A number of hypodermic needles and syringes with residue were recovered inside the house where Howells was attempting to build a sound-proof room to hold his victims. 

Computer hard drives, cameras and other recording equipment were seized by investigators and are being analyzed.

Three years ago, Vaisey received a $1,500 grant for a psychology research project while attending Mercyhurst University that dealt with viewing sexually suggestive images on rape myth acceptance.

Members of the Amish community have become more cautious since the abduction of the two sisters. 

Some vegetable stands operated by the Amish have have become self-service for the time being while others, including the victims’ family, have been moved closer to their homes.

Source: http://www.wwnytv.com/news/local/Kidnapping-Suspect-May-Have-Drugged-Amish-Girls-271899151.html

PREDATOR REGIMEN
Day 1:
Machine Chest Press: 10 sets of 10 repetitions
Hammerstrength Incline Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions
Pectoral Flye Machine: 20 repetition warm-up set followed by 7 sets of 10 repetitions
Cable Tricep Pulldowns: 10 sets of 10 to 20 repetitions
Barbell Skull Crushers: 4 sets of 20 repetitions
Cable Crossovers: 7 sets of 20 repetitions
Tricep Rope Pulls: 3 sets of 20 repetitions
3 Mile forced march

Day 2: 
Dumbell Curls: 7 sets of 12 repetitions
Barbell Military Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions
Barbell Curls: 7 sets of 10 repetitions
Machine Shoulder Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions
Cable Curls: 7 sets of 10 to 20 repetitions
Front Deltoid Raises: 4 sets of 20 repetitions
Reverse Overhead Deltoid Laterals: 7 sets of 20 repetitions
Seated Rows: 7 sets of 10 repetitions
Diverging Lateral Pulldowns: 7 sets of 10 repetitions
3 Mile forced march

Day 3:
Machine Chest Press: 10 sets of 10 repetitions
Hammerstrength Incline Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions
Pectoral Flye Machine: 20 repetition warm-up set followed by 7 sets of 10 repetitions
Cable Tricep Pulldowns: 10 sets of 10 to 20 repetitions
Barbell Skull Crushers: 4 sets of 20 repetitions
Cable Crossovers: 7 sets of 20 repetitions
Tricep Rope Pulls: 3 sets of 20 repetitions
3 Mile forced march

Day 4: 
Navy SEALs warm-up and leg routine:
Warmup: 
Jumping jacks: 25-4 count
Half jumping jacks: 25-4 count
Windmills: (first rep slow stretch), 10-4 count
Windmills: (2 count) 15-2 count
Trunk side stretch 10-3 count
Navy SEAL workout warmup:  http://youtu.be/ZlMP6rIrmtI
Legs:
Lunges: 20-3 count
Squats: 50-4 count
Charlie Chaplins: 30
Charlie Chaplins (pigeon toed): 30
Charlie Chaplins: 30
Squats: 50
Navy SEAL Leg Workout: http://youtu.be/SKfs5Bjgo6c

Day 5:
Barbell Bench Press: 11 sets of 10 repetitions
Dumbell Incline Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions
Dumbell Curls: 7 sets of 12 repetitions
Dumbell Flyes: 7 sets of 12 repetitions
Barbell Military Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions
Barbell Curls: 7 sets of 10 repetitions
Tricep Extensions: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Day 6: 
6 Mile forced march

PREDATOR REGIMEN

Day 1:

Machine Chest Press: 10 sets of 10 repetitions

Hammerstrength Incline Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Pectoral Flye Machine: 20 repetition warm-up set followed by 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Cable Tricep Pulldowns: 10 sets of 10 to 20 repetitions

Barbell Skull Crushers: 4 sets of 20 repetitions

Cable Crossovers: 7 sets of 20 repetitions

Tricep Rope Pulls: 3 sets of 20 repetitions

3 Mile forced march

Day 2

Dumbell Curls: 7 sets of 12 repetitions

Barbell Military Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Barbell Curls: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Machine Shoulder Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Cable Curls: 7 sets of 10 to 20 repetitions

Front Deltoid Raises: 4 sets of 20 repetitions

Reverse Overhead Deltoid Laterals: 7 sets of 20 repetitions

Seated Rows: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Diverging Lateral Pulldowns: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

3 Mile forced march

Day 3:

Machine Chest Press: 10 sets of 10 repetitions

Hammerstrength Incline Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Pectoral Flye Machine: 20 repetition warm-up set followed by 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Cable Tricep Pulldowns: 10 sets of 10 to 20 repetitions

Barbell Skull Crushers: 4 sets of 20 repetitions

Cable Crossovers: 7 sets of 20 repetitions

Tricep Rope Pulls: 3 sets of 20 repetitions

3 Mile forced march

Day 4

Navy SEALs warm-up and leg routine:

Warmup: 

Jumping jacks: 25-4 count

Half jumping jacks: 25-4 count

Windmills: (first rep slow stretch), 10-4 count

Windmills: (2 count) 15-2 count

Trunk side stretch 10-3 count

Navy SEAL workout warmup:  http://youtu.be/ZlMP6rIrmtI

Legs:

Lunges: 20-3 count

Squats: 50-4 count

Charlie Chaplins: 30

Charlie Chaplins (pigeon toed): 30

Charlie Chaplins: 30

Squats: 50

Navy SEAL Leg Workout: http://youtu.be/SKfs5Bjgo6c

Day 5:

Barbell Bench Press: 11 sets of 10 repetitions

Dumbell Incline Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Dumbell Curls: 7 sets of 12 repetitions

Dumbell Flyes: 7 sets of 12 repetitions

Barbell Military Press: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Barbell Curls: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Tricep Extensions: 7 sets of 10 repetitions

Day 6

6 Mile forced march

NY COUPLE ARRESTED IN AMISH GIRLS’ KIDNAPPING
Albany, N.Y. (AP) — A northern New York couple was arrested Friday in the kidnapping of two Amish sisters from their family’s roadside farm stand.
St. Lawrence County’s District Attorney Mary Rain said Stephen Howells II, 39, and Nicole Vaisey, 25, both of Hermon, were each charged with two counts of first-degree kidnapping.
She said they were in custody awaiting arraignment Friday night and additional charges are possible. Both will have lawyers, but no pleas will be taken or bail granted, the prosecutor said.
She said they were in custody awaiting arraignment Friday night and additional charges are possible. Both will have lawyers, but no pleas will be taken or bail granted, the prosecutor said.
Rain declined to discuss a motive for the abduction or provide any other specifics about the suspects. She said information provided by the girls helped lead to Howells and Vaisey. The suspects’ home is about 13 miles from where the girls live.
"The suspects agreed to go to the sheriff’s office to be interviewed earlier today and they were arrested after those interviews," Rain said.
The sisters vanished Wednesday evening in Oswegatchie, touching off a massive search in the farming community near the Canadian border.
Authorities had been tight-lipped about details, including what happened to 7-year-old Delila Miller and 12-year-old Fannie Miller while they were missing. And Rain said Friday she would not release more details before a news conference with the county sheriff Saturday morning.
Searchers had scoured the farming community of about 4,000 people, in a hunt hampered by a lack of photos of the girls for authorities to circulate. The Amish typically avoid modern technology, and the family had to work with an artist who spoke their language, a German dialect known as Pennsylvania Dutch, to produce a sketch of the older girl.
The girls are among the youngest of Mose and Barb Miller’s 13 children, who range in age from 1 to 21 years, said neighbor Dot Simmons. The girls routinely took on the chore of selling the fruits, vegetables, jams and other products of the farm and had left the rest of their family during evening milking when they saw the car at the stand.
The episode left a sense of vulnerability in a community where residents said even small children often walk unaccompanied to school.
"One thing that comes from this is that people learn this can happen in a small town," the prosecutor said. "I think the public will take precautions, and that’s the sad thing."
Patricia Ritchie, the state senator representing the region, said many are now reluctant to let their children play outdoors unattended.
Ritchie said the Amish are responding in a way that may forever change a familiar feature of the local landscape: Some are taking down their roadside stands.
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/search-2-amish-sisters-ends-safe-return-065224870.html

NY COUPLE ARRESTED IN AMISH GIRLS’ KIDNAPPING

Albany, N.Y. (AP) — A northern New York couple was arrested Friday in the kidnapping of two Amish sisters from their family’s roadside farm stand.

St. Lawrence County’s District Attorney Mary Rain said Stephen Howells II, 39, and Nicole Vaisey, 25, both of Hermon, were each charged with two counts of first-degree kidnapping.

She said they were in custody awaiting arraignment Friday night and additional charges are possible. Both will have lawyers, but no pleas will be taken or bail granted, the prosecutor said.

She said they were in custody awaiting arraignment Friday night and additional charges are possible. Both will have lawyers, but no pleas will be taken or bail granted, the prosecutor said.

Rain declined to discuss a motive for the abduction or provide any other specifics about the suspects. She said information provided by the girls helped lead to Howells and Vaisey. The suspects’ home is about 13 miles from where the girls live.

"The suspects agreed to go to the sheriff’s office to be interviewed earlier today and they were arrested after those interviews," Rain said.

The sisters vanished Wednesday evening in Oswegatchie, touching off a massive search in the farming community near the Canadian border.

Authorities had been tight-lipped about details, including what happened to 7-year-old Delila Miller and 12-year-old Fannie Miller while they were missing. And Rain said Friday she would not release more details before a news conference with the county sheriff Saturday morning.

Searchers had scoured the farming community of about 4,000 people, in a hunt hampered by a lack of photos of the girls for authorities to circulate. The Amish typically avoid modern technology, and the family had to work with an artist who spoke their language, a German dialect known as Pennsylvania Dutch, to produce a sketch of the older girl.

The girls are among the youngest of Mose and Barb Miller’s 13 children, who range in age from 1 to 21 years, said neighbor Dot Simmons. The girls routinely took on the chore of selling the fruits, vegetables, jams and other products of the farm and had left the rest of their family during evening milking when they saw the car at the stand.

The episode left a sense of vulnerability in a community where residents said even small children often walk unaccompanied to school.

"One thing that comes from this is that people learn this can happen in a small town," the prosecutor said. "I think the public will take precautions, and that’s the sad thing."

Patricia Ritchie, the state senator representing the region, said many are now reluctant to let their children play outdoors unattended.

Ritchie said the Amish are responding in a way that may forever change a familiar feature of the local landscape: Some are taking down their roadside stands.

Source: http://news.yahoo.com/search-2-amish-sisters-ends-safe-return-065224870.html

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OFFICIAL: AMISH GIRLS SEXUALLY ABUSED IN ABDUCTION

Canton, N.Y. (AP) — Two young Amish sisters were sexually abused after their abduction from a roadside farm stand in northern New York, a prosecutor said Saturday.

Stephen Howells Jr. and Nicole Vaisey, both of Hermon, were arrested and arraigned Friday on charges they abducted the 7-year-old and 12-year-old sisters with the intent to physically or sexually abuse them.

"We felt that there was the definite potential that there was going to be other victims," St. Lawrence County Sheriff Kevin Wells said.

The sisters were abducted Wednesday from the farm stand in front of the family’s home in Oswegatchie, near the Canadian border. They were set free by their captors about 24 hours later and turned up safe at the door of a house 15 miles from where they were taken.

The sheriff said Howells, 39, and Vaisey, 25, “were targeting opportunities” and did not necessarily grab the girls because they were Amish.

"There was a lot of thought process that went into this," Wells said. "They were looking for opportunities to victimize."

The suspects are being held without bail. A preliminary court appearance is scheduled for Thursday.

Vaisey’s lawyer, Bradford Riendeau told The New York Times that Howells had abused Vaisey and treated her submissively. He said she made a “voluntary statement” to investigators after her arrest and was obtaining an order of protection against him.

"She appears to have been the slave and he was the master," Riendeau told the newspaper.

There was no answer Saturday at the St. Lawrence County Conflict Defender’s Office, which is representing Howells.

Wells said the girls were able to provide details to investigators about their time in captivity.

The Associated Press generally does not identify people who may be victims of sexual abuse.

The kidnappings touched off a massive search in the family’s remote farming community. Searchers scoured the community of about 4,000 people, but were hampered by a lack of photos of the girls.

The Amish typically avoid modern technology, and the family had to work with an artist who spoke their language, a German dialect known as Pennsylvania Dutch, to produce a sketch of the older girl.

Source: http://news.yahoo.com/charges-couple-took-intended-hurt-amish-girls-050859167.html

 

KIDNAPPED N.H. TEEN SUFFERED “UNSPEAKABLE VIOLENCE”
A New Hampshire teen who vanished for nearly a year was violently abducted by a stranger and “suffered numerous acts of unspeakable violence,” her lawyers said in a statement, as details continue to slowly emerge in a case where investigators have been tight-lipped.
Abigail Hernandez was 14 when she disappeared on her way home from school last year in Conway, N.H., a small tourist town in the northeastern part of the state.
Authorities launched a wide search for the teen and offered rewards. Missing posters went up through the region, but for nine months the only trace of the girl was a single letter she wrote to her mother. She returned home the night of July 20 wearing the same clothes she had on when she disappeared.
A SWAT team arrested Nathaniel Kibby, 34, on July 28 at his home in Gorham, N.H., located about 30 miles from Abigail’s home. The now 15-year-old provided information that led to Kibby’s arrest, including details for a police sketch, prosecutors said at the time.
Kibby pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of kidnapping on July 28, but few other details have been released. He is currently jailed on $1 million bail.
More information and the probable cause statement were originally due to be shared in court this week, but that hearing has been pushed back until September, according to ABC News.
"It is going to be a long process in pursuit of justice for Abby and for Abby to get physically and emotionally stronger," said the statement issued Tuesday by attorneys Michael Coyne, Steven Hyde and Briana Coakley, who are representing the Hernandez family.
The attorneys called her survival nothing short of “miraculous.”
"As the justice system moves forward, and the evidence is revealed, questions about this horrific event will be answered," they said.
Coyne told the Associated Press on Wednesday that he “would expect that there will be further charges consistent with the evidence in the case.”
Kibby’s lawyer, public defender Jesse Friedman, declined to comment on the statement.
A judge recently ordered investigators to leave in place a moible home and a large storage container belonging to Kibby. Prosecutors had sought to haul away the two items and place them in storage. They believe Kibby held Abigail on his property, but it was not clear if they think she was kept inside the structures or was at the trailer park for her entire nine-month disappearance, according to The Boston Globe.
Prosecutors have released few details about the case or said if additional charges will be filed against Kibby.
Debbie Demers, a neighbor of Kibby, previously told NECN.com the suspect had a large, soundproof shipping container behind his mobile home.
"He’s been called crazy Nate. I don’t know too much about him, he’s pretty much a loner," she told the website. "I always told the girls stay away from that trailer. He likes his guns and it was a little shooting range back there."
Wally Corrigan Jr., whose father owns the trailer park, told the website that Kibby often railed against the government.
"I figured he’d be like somebody who would be holding up the town selectmen or something because the taxes went up," he said.
In a July 28 interview on NBC’s Today, Abby’s mother, Zenya Hernandez, said that when her daughter returned home she had “a look in her eyes I’ve never, ever seen before. And that’s something that’s haunting me, and I think will haunt me for the rest of my life.”
Coyne said Abigail is getting professional help, but he declined to discuss details.
Contributing: John Bacon, Michael Winter and the Associated Press
Source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/08/13/abigail-hernandez-abduction-teen/14000841/

KIDNAPPED N.H. TEEN SUFFERED “UNSPEAKABLE VIOLENCE”

A New Hampshire teen who vanished for nearly a year was violently abducted by a stranger and “suffered numerous acts of unspeakable violence,” her lawyers said in a statement, as details continue to slowly emerge in a case where investigators have been tight-lipped.

Abigail Hernandez was 14 when she disappeared on her way home from school last year in Conway, N.H., a small tourist town in the northeastern part of the state.

Authorities launched a wide search for the teen and offered rewards. Missing posters went up through the region, but for nine months the only trace of the girl was a single letter she wrote to her mother. She returned home the night of July 20 wearing the same clothes she had on when she disappeared.

A SWAT team arrested Nathaniel Kibby, 34, on July 28 at his home in Gorham, N.H., located about 30 miles from Abigail’s home. The now 15-year-old provided information that led to Kibby’s arrest, including details for a police sketch, prosecutors said at the time.

Kibby pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of kidnapping on July 28, but few other details have been released. He is currently jailed on $1 million bail.

More information and the probable cause statement were originally due to be shared in court this week, but that hearing has been pushed back until September, according to ABC News.

"It is going to be a long process in pursuit of justice for Abby and for Abby to get physically and emotionally stronger," said the statement issued Tuesday by attorneys Michael Coyne, Steven Hyde and Briana Coakley, who are representing the Hernandez family.

The attorneys called her survival nothing short of “miraculous.”

"As the justice system moves forward, and the evidence is revealed, questions about this horrific event will be answered," they said.

Coyne told the Associated Press on Wednesday that he “would expect that there will be further charges consistent with the evidence in the case.”

Kibby’s lawyer, public defender Jesse Friedman, declined to comment on the statement.

A judge recently ordered investigators to leave in place a moible home and a large storage container belonging to Kibby. Prosecutors had sought to haul away the two items and place them in storage. They believe Kibby held Abigail on his property, but it was not clear if they think she was kept inside the structures or was at the trailer park for her entire nine-month disappearance, according to The Boston Globe.

Prosecutors have released few details about the case or said if additional charges will be filed against Kibby.

Debbie Demers, a neighbor of Kibby, previously told NECN.com the suspect had a large, soundproof shipping container behind his mobile home.

"He’s been called crazy Nate. I don’t know too much about him, he’s pretty much a loner," she told the website. "I always told the girls stay away from that trailer. He likes his guns and it was a little shooting range back there."

Wally Corrigan Jr., whose father owns the trailer park, told the website that Kibby often railed against the government.

"I figured he’d be like somebody who would be holding up the town selectmen or something because the taxes went up," he said.

In a July 28 interview on NBC’s Today, Abby’s mother, Zenya Hernandez, said that when her daughter returned home she had “a look in her eyes I’ve never, ever seen before. And that’s something that’s haunting me, and I think will haunt me for the rest of my life.”

Coyne said Abigail is getting professional help, but he declined to discuss details.

Contributing: John Bacon, Michael Winter and the Associated Press

Source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/08/13/abigail-hernandez-abduction-teen/14000841/

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In the Hermitage of Vasistha the miscreant band devoured a hundred and eighty-eight brahmanas and nine other ascetics. They went to the holy hermitage of Cyavana, which is visited by the twice-born, and ate one hundred of the hermits, who lived on fruit and roots. This they did in the nighttime; by day they vanished into the ocean. At the Hermitage of Bharadvaja they destroyed twenty restrained celibates who lived on wind and water. In this fashion the Kaleya Danavas gradually invaded all the hermitages, maddened by their confidence in the strength of their arms, killing many hosts of the twice-born, until Time crawled in upon them. The people did not know about the Daityas, the best of men, even as they were oppressing the suffering ascetics. In the morning they would find the hermits, who were lean from their fasts, lying on the ground in lifeless bodies. The land was filled with unfleshed, bloodless, marrowless, disembowled, and disjointed corpses like piles of conch shells.

While men were wasting away in this manner, O lord of men, they ran from fear into all directions to save themselves. Some hid in caves, others behind waterfalls, some were so fearful of death that fear killed them. There were also proud and heroic bowmen who did their utmost to hunt down the Danavas; but they could not find them, for they were hidden in the ocean; and the bowmen succumbed to exhaustion and death. - from Harm’s Way: Inimical Behavior of Vedic Humanoids Toward Humans in Alien Identites: Ancient Insights into Modern UFO Phenomena by Richard L. Thompson, 1993