Gilbert Maines told Good Morning America's Robin Roberts that he hasn't seen any evidence in the case, but does find Nancy Garrido's behavior curious.
"Starting with the way they met, how they got married, when they got married, the fact that when they walked into the parole office she went placidly along, later on, I'm told, the officers asked if they searched the home, she said as long as Phillip says it was okay, it was okay, and the fact that his brother described her as a robot who would do anything Phillip told her to do," said Maines.
Maines say Nancy Garrido is distraught and frightened, but fully understands what is happening to her.
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