Hannah Anderson gives kidnapping details via social media
The 16-year-old girl hasn’t given any interviews to media outlets, but did answer questions online. She offered details on her ordeal and her thoughts on James DiMaggio’s death. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.
十六岁的汉娜没有接受任何媒体的采访，不过她在网上回答了问题。她公布了自己所受的煎熬，还有她对James DiMaggio死的态度 。NBC的Joe Fryer报道 。
We're learning new details about the harrowing experience of 16-year-old Hannah Anderson. Her six days held captive by the man suspected of killing her mother and 8-year-old brother. And it appears Anderson herself maybe speaking out about it. NBC's Joe Fryer is in San Diego with the latest for us. Joe, good evening.
reporter: Good evening, Lester. The account was created by someone claiming to be Hannah Anderson. It was created long ago and is activated today. Authorities will not say if Hannah made these posts which contain a lot of information about what happened. Sidestepping the mainstream media, the information and new images of Hannah were shared through social media on Ask fm, which allow users to ask each other questions. The account baring Hannah 's name was very active until august 3rd. On the 4th she was abducted and the messages stopped until this Monday when she returned home and appeared to start responding to hundreds of questions and comments. The quotes say suspect James Dimaggio tricked us when he invited Hannah's family over saying he was losing his house because of money issues. Investigators later found the bodies of her mother and brother inside that home after it burned to the ground. The website says Dimaggio had the house set to where it would catch on fire at a certain time. Another comment says Dimaggio was armed.
Kind of a gut feeling, you know like they didn't belong.
reporter: When they ran into two couples riding horses in Idaho's back country, the post says, I had to act calm, I didn't want them to get hurt. I was scared he would kill them. While in the wilderness, the website said Dimaggio forced Hannah to camouflage his car with tree branches and made her carry 50 pound backpacks up mountains back and forth. Adding he took me to get him to the river. It's unclear what exactly that means. Psychiatrists say coming back from such trauma is painful but possible.
The most important thing for them to do as a family is to mourn and grieve. So going through the processes, whether it's a funeral or a memorial service, those are the next best steps to be able to allow those feelings to ensue.
reporter: One post is heavy with grief for a lost mother and brother. It reads, I wish I could go back in time and risk my life to try and save theirs. I will never forgive myself for not trying harder to save them. Today we also learned from an idaho coroner that dimaggio was shot at least five times in the head and chest on confrontation saturday with fbi agents . Authorities said earlier this
week that Dimaggio did fire at them, Lester?
Alright, Joe, thank you.