Teenager Hannah Anderson and her alleged abductor James Lee DiMaggio were found at a wilderness campsite in Idaho. Ms. Anderson was rescued safely and Mr. DiMaggio was shot and killed by an FBI tactical team.
The abduction of California teenager Hannah Anderson by a 40-year-old family friend came to a violent end Saturday evening when James Lee DiMaggio was shot and killed by an FBI tactical team in the Idaho wilderness following three days of searching marked by Amber Alerts in five western states.
Law enforcement authorities report that 16-year-old Hannah was rescued – apparently unhurt, but taken to an area hospital for evaluation.
Although the main point of the search and rescue mission has been completed, many important questions remain to be answered.
Was Mr. DiMaggio directly responsible for the fire at his home that killed Hannah’s mother, Christina Anderson, and her younger brother, Ethan?