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Cleveland, Ohio / Women's Kidnapping / Castro #1061875

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 01, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Cleveland: Kate Snow) The sentencing hearing for Ariel Castro, who was convicted of kidnapping & raping 3 women for a decade in his Cleveland house, reviewed; scenes shown from the courtroom, where victim Michelle Knight recounted her life in captivity with Amanda Berry & Gina DeJesus; photos from inside the house shown. [KNIGHT – tells Castro his hell is just beginning.] [Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Frank OCHBERG†- speaks about how the women were deprived.] [Cleveland police officer Barbara JOHNSON†- describes finding Knight in the house.] [CASTRO – says he is not a monster.] [Judge Michael RUSSO††– tells Castro he will be confined for the remainder of his days.]

Williams, Brian;
Snow, Kate

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