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Cleveland, Ohio / Missing Women #1052707

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, May 07, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Cleveland: Kristen Dahlgren) The escape of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus & Michelle Knight, who had been held captive for 10 years in a house in Cleveland, reviewed; scenes shown of the house; photos shown of Berry with her family; Berry’s 911 call played. [Neighbor Charles RAMSEY†- describes how he helped Berry get out.] [Neighbor Anthony WESTRY†, DeJesus’ cousin Robert OSORIO††, aunt Sandra RUIZ†, Berry’s cousin Michael SNEED††- comment.] [FBI special agent Steve ANTHONY†- says the nightmare is over.] [“America's Most Wanted” creator John WALSH†- says don’t ever give up.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Cleveland: Ron Allen) The investigation of this case reviewed; photos shown of kidnapper Ariel Castro and his brothers Pedro & Onil†; map shown of the area; Pedro’s remark about a search for Berry’s body in 2012 quoted. [Castros’ UNCLE – says they might have been living 2 different lives.] [2 NEIGHBORS – comment on suspicions about the house.] [WALSH – notes sociopaths are cunning and know how to avoid the police.] [In 2005, Ariel’s daughter Arlene CASTRO††- comments on the disappearance of DeJesus.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) An award for kidnapping survivor Jaycee Dugard from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children noted; statement from Dugard about the Cleveland women quoted.

Williams, Brian;
Dahlgren, Kristen;
Allen, Ron

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