Does a young woman kidnapped at age 11 and kept as a sex slave for 18 years have a right to insist that the grand jury transcript detailing her experience—which even one of her captors calls a chronicle of "evil"—be permanently sealed from the eyes of the public? Does it change your answer to know that she's about to publish a book telling her story?  An El Dorado County judge is expected to rule on the sealing request, opposed by major media, on June 2, reports Demian Bulwa for the San Francisco Chronicle.