CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 09, 2013
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(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper, Pamela Brown. Martin Savidge) What Castro is saying to authorities, including a detailed confession, what is seen in photos from the backyard taken by neighbors, how the FBI is building a timeline, how nearby houses are vacant and the backyard is isolated/secluded, how the girls were treated, the taking of Castro's DNA for legal and paternity reasons discussed; photo shown. [WOIO reporter Scott TAYLOR- comments on source reports on Castro's writings found in the house about the three women: picking them up in 2002, 2003, 2004, how they were taken out of the basement after Amanda's baby were born, the bond between the three captives.]
(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper: Cleveland: Brian Todd) Castro's behavior in court during his arraignment, what Berry said in the police report that Castro is the father of her daughter, other possible charges against Castro re: miscarriages for Michelle discussed.
(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper) The bond for Castro noted. [Legal consultant former prosecutor Sunny HOSTIN - explains why Castro got bond for kidnapping, how the counts so far are "holding" accounts and possible murder charges for terminating pregnancies and how such pregnancies could be determined.]
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