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Eight years after her kidnapping, Natascha left and Priklopil committed suicide.
After her kidnapper's death, Natascha lamented and kept a picture of him in her wallet.
You have your death penalty now – so, please, give them a chance." Natascha Kampusch was kidnapped at age ten and kept in an insulated, dark room under the garage of Wolfgang Priklopil.
She would receive a variation of kind, physically and sexually abusive, controlling, and permissive treatment from her captor.
She was recorded denouncing her family as well as the police under her new name, "Tania", and was later seen working with the SLA to rob banks in San Francisco.
She publicly asserted her sympathetic feelings towards the SLA and their pursuits as well.
In January 2010, Kampusch said she had retained the house because it was such a big part of her formative years, also stating that she would fill in the cellar if it is ever sold, adamant that it will never become a macabre museum to her lost adolescence.
They often feel flattered by the adult attention or are afraid that disclosure will create family disruption.Kampusch now owns the house in which she was imprisoned, saying, "I know it's grotesque – I must now pay for electricity, water and taxes on a house I never wanted to live in".It was reported that she claimed the house from Přiklopil's estate because she wanted to protect it from vandals and being torn down; she also noted that she has visited it since her escape.There are four key components that generally lead to the development of Stockholm syndrome: Stockholm syndrome has also come to describe the reactions of some abuse victims beyond the context of kidnappings or hostage-taking.Actions and attitudes similar to those suffering from Stockholm syndrome have also been found in victims of sexual abuse, human trafficking, discrimination, terror, and political oppression.
These feelings, resulting from a bond formed between captor and captives during intimate time spent together, are generally considered irrational in light of the danger or risk endured by the victims.