Onil (left) and Pedro Castro in an exclusive interview broadcast Monday morning on CNN.
May 13, 2013 "I want him to suffer," Onil Castro tells CNN about his brother Ariel, who is accused of kidnapping three young women and holding them captive in his home for about a decade. Onil and Pedro Castro, another brother, say they knew nothing about what was allegedly happening inside their brother's home.
What happened here? The home on Seymour Avenue in Cleveland where three young women who had been missing for about a decade, as well as a child, were rescued on Monday.
David Maxwell /EPA /LANDOV
May 8, 2013 As investigators piece together what happened to three young women who appear to have been held captive for about a decade, the residents of the Cleveland neighborhood where they were found are in shock.
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