Phillip Garrido, 58 the kidnapper of Jaycee Lee Dugard, 29 who kept her isolated for 18 years, asked people to wait for the entire story at what happened at the house before making judgments, during an http://www.kcra.com/news/20591281/detail.html target=_blank>interview with KCRA3 Thursday night.

Garrido, a convicted rapist, said the story is constructive of turning a person's life around and will explain something that humans have failed to understand.

In the end this is going to be a heartwarming story, you're going to be really impressed, Garrido told KCRA yesterday.

And you're going to find the most powerful story coming from the witness, the victim - you wait. If you take this a step at a time, you're going to fall over backwards and in the end, you're going to find the most powerful heartwarming story, Garrido said in the interview.

Lee Dugard, was abducted at age 11 in 1991 at her home in South Lake Tahoe, California. This week she was found in good health and was reunited on Thursday with her family.

Authorities said she lived isolated from the world in Garrido's backyard and gave birth to his two children. Garrido is now under arrest under suspicion for various kidnapping and sex charges along with his wife Nancy Garrido, 54 who is under arrest for kidnapping and conspiracy.