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Cleveland, Ohio / Missing Women #1052747

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 08, 2013
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The charges against Ariel Castro, who held Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus & Michelle Knight captive for 10 years in his house in Cleveland outlined; photo shown of DeJesus reuniting with her family.

(Cleveland: Dean Reynolds) The women’s life in captivity reviewed; scenes/photos shown from the homecomings for DeJesus & Berry while Knight remains in the hospital, Castro at Cleveland’s justice center; details given about how the women were bound and the birth of Berry’s baby inside Castro’s home. [Gina’s parents Felix DeJESUS††, Nancy RUIZ††- make statements.] [Cleveland police chief Michael McGRATH††- says there were chains and rope in the residence and the doors were padlocked.] [Gina’s cousin Robert OSORIO††- recalls seeing Castro at vigils for the missing women.] How the women were abducted discussed.

(Studio: Scott Pelley; Cleveland: Lydia Esparra) The reporter’s conversation with DeJesus and her condition discussed.

(Studio: Scott Pelley; Washington: Bob Orr) Castro’s background, his 1993 arrest, a domestic violence complaint in 2005 from the estranged mother of his daughters and the release of Castro’s brothers Pedro & Onil discussed.

Pelley, Scott;
Reynolds, Dean;
Esparra, Lydia;
Orr, Bob

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