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Smart tells jurors she was too scared to speak up

In second day of
testimony, Smart
says she told police
she was someone else
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Eliz-
abeth Smart was so terrified of her
abductor that on the day police
found her, she told them she was
someone else.
She took the stand at her alleged
kidnapper's trial for a second day
yesterday, telling jurors she was
also too scared to speak up when
a detective tried to question her in
a public library months before she
was finally freed.
Smart spent nearly six hours
testifying in a steady voice before
a rapt audience in U.S. District
Court.
She told jurors Brian David
Mitchell raped her almost daily
and forced her to drink, use drugs
and view pornography. once she
tried to flee, and Mitchell and his
wife caught her and told her an
angel would cut her down with a
sword if she ever tried it again.
Mitchell, who knew Smart
because her mother had hired
him to fix the family's leaky roof,
is accused of kidnapping her from
her bed in June 2002, when she
was 14.
His attorneys say the homeless
street preacher known as Imman-
uel was influenced by a worsening
mental illness and religious beliefs
that made him think he was doing
what God wanted.

Smart testified Tuesday that
when police finally found her in
March 2003, wearing a wig and
sunglasses and walking along a
suburban Salt Lake City street
with Mitchell and his wife, she
told them she was Augustine Mar-
shall, the daughter of traveling
preachers.
Smart, now 23, said that was
the story Mitchell had instructed
her to tell if ever the three were
approached.
Police separated them and pep-
pered Smart with questions. They
were tipped off by drivers who
reported seeing the girl.
"I was very scared. I knew the
threats that I had been told for
nine months," said Smart, who
was handcuffed and placed in the
back of a police car. "I thought
maybe at the same time that this is
it. This is it, this is over."
Smart also told jurors about a
missed chance to tell police what
had happened when a detective
approached her at the Salt Lake
City library in the early fall, a few
months after she was kidnapped.
She was wearing a robe and a
veil that covered her face, and the
detective asked if he could look
under it.
"He said he was looking for
Elizabeth Smart," Smart said.
Under the table, Mitchell's
now-estranged wife, Wanda
Eileen Barzee, squeezed her leg,
a sign that Smart should remain
quiet. Mitchell refused to let the
detective talk to her, saying it was
not allowed in their religion and
only her husband would ever see

JIM URQUHART/AP
Brian David Mitchell, the man accused of kidnapping Elizabeth Smart, is escorted into the Frank E. Moss Federal Courthouse in Salt Lake City Monday.

her face.
The detective pressed.
"He asked if he could be a part
of our religion for a day, just so he
could see my face, just so he could
go back (to the police station)
and say, 'No it wasn't Elizabeth
Smart'," she said.
Mitchell calmly refused, and
the detective gave up and left.
"I was mad at myself, that I
didn't say anything," she said.
"I felt terrible that the detective
hadn't pushed harder and had just
walked away."
Afterward, Mitchell sped up

plans to move the trio away from
Utah, so Smart would not be dis-
covered, she told jurors. They
spent the summer in California
before hitchhiking back to Utah
the day before she was found.
The three pitched a tent in
an Orem campground called
Camelot, about 30 miles south of
Salt Lake City, after getting a ride
from a truck driver.
"The tent was set up and I was
raped for the last time," Smart
said.
The Associated Press does not
typically name victims of sexual

assault, but the details of Smart's
case have become public.
She also told jurors that soon
after she was kidnapped, Mitch-
ell tried to abduct her cousin from
another part of Salt Lake City.
"He decided it was time to go
and kidnap another girl to be
another wife," she said.
The attempt was thwarted
when Mitchell tried to get through
a window but pushed over some
knickknacks and awakened the
sleeping household.
The following day, Mitchell
forced Smart to metaphorically

sever any remaining ties with her
family by burning the red pajamas
she had been wearing the night
she was taken.
Smart said she dropped the
pajamas into a campfire and
watched them burn. Afterward,
she found in the ashes a safety
pin that she had used to keep the
neck of the pajamas closed. She
fastened it to a small piece of rub-
ber from her tennis shoes - which
Mitchell had thrown out - and
hid it.
"I didn't want to let go of my
family, of my life," she said.

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