Idaho Kids' Ordeal Described

In this image made from security camera video provided by the owner of the convenience store, Shasta Groene and her alleged abductor, Joseph Edward Duncan III, are seen inside a convenience store Friday evening, July 1, 2005 in Kellogg, Idaho, hours before she was rescued.
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As Joseph Duncan made his first court appearance on charges of kidnapping Dylan and Shasta Groene, court documents provided shocking details of the children's captivity, and make even more poignant the security camera video of Shasta and Duncan taken just hours before her rescue.

In a handwritten transcript an investigator gives details of interviews with Shasta.

The court document shows that Shasta told investigators she and her 9-year-old brother were taken to a remote campsite and repeatedly molested, reports CBS News Correspondent John Blackstone.

Although it is CBS News policy to not name victims of sexual assault, the Idaho children's names were widely disseminated before the new allegations.

Police said that before her ordeal ended six weeks later, Shasta would be repeatedly molested by a convicted sex offender and become the only apparent survivor of the five people in the home.

"This little girl really went through more than any little girl should ever have to think about," Kootenai County Sheriff's Capt. Ben Wolfinger said Tuesday.

Shasta was recognized by a waitress who called police around 2 a.m. Saturday.

Joseph Edward Duncan III, 42, of Fargo, N.D., a convicted sex offender on the run from an earlier child molestation count, was charged Tuesday in 1st District Court with two counts of first-degree kidnapping.

"Nobody in the family has ever seen this man before. Ever," said Shasta's grandmother, Darlene Torres, Wednesday on CBS News' The Early Show.

Shasta Groene's statements place Duncan inside the rural home near here where the girl's mother, older brother and mother's boyfriend were bound and bludgeoned to death. Their bodies were found on May 16.