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Cleveland, Ohio / Missing Women #1052726

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 08, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Cleveland: Ron Allen) The investigation into the kidnapping of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus & Michelle Knight, who were held captive by Ariel Castro in his home in Cleveland for 10 years, featured; scenes/photos shown of the homecoming for DeJesus & Berry while Knight remains in the hospital; details given about their living conditions, including being chained in the basement and multiple pregnancies & miscarriages. [Gina’s father Felix DeJESUS†, Amanda’s sister Beth SERRANO†- make statements.] [Cleveland assistant prosecutor Victor PEREZ†- announces kidnapping & rape charges against Castro and no charges for brothers Pedro & Onil.] [Cleveland public safety director Martin FLASK†- says they’ve only known themselves to be outside on 2 occasions.] [Castro’s cousin Maria Castro MONTES†- says we are sorry for their pain.] The break that led to their escape discussed.

Williams, Brian;
Allen, Ron

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