CLEVELAND (Reuters) - Two of the women imprisoned in a Cleveland house in conditions described as similar to a prisoner of war camp suffered from severe malnutrition and will require long-term therapy for injuries such as hearing loss and joint and muscle damage, two sources with direct knowledge sa Full story
As the Castro brothers speak for the first time about their brother Ariel’s disgusting behavior, AP reporter Meghan Barr shares her stories from the other friends and family who knew Castro’s monstrous side, especially his abuse of the mother of his children.
Cleveland city councilman Matt Zone said there were “lots of tears” when Gina DeJesus, who was kept captive for ten years, was reunited with her family. He talks about Gina’s dramatic rescue this week.
Gina DeJesus, one of three women who were held captive for a decade in a home in Cleveland, Ohio, appeared to finally return home with her family. MSNBC’s Tamron Hall reports.
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, the three Cleveland women who escaped in May after about a decade of captivity, released a thank-you video to show their appreciation to all the people who have offered their support.
Gina DeJesus speaks in a video to express gratitude to people from Cleveland and across the world who have offered support to her, Amanda Berry and Michelle Knight in a video that was filmed last week in the offices of the law firm managing a trust fund established for the three women and released J
A combination photo shows (L-R) Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight expressing gratitude to people from Cleveland and across the world who have offered support to them in a video that was filmed last week in the offices of the law firm managing a trust fund established for the three women