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Want to bring in mark Furman now who is of course for Braylon LAPD.
Homicide detective and a Fox News contributor mark that this is this is an incredible stories and that.
It is it's shocking and an incredible and how it's.
What's fascinating is his listen into all the police officials and public safety and the mayor -- -- that that the whole cities taken back by this.
But but it sounds like they were pretty much on top of these cases that they had a lot of concern and they were following up leads.
And and when you look at three suspects.
We -- we're not hearing they had any kind of police record.
There was no radar that they would have intersected a police investigation because there registered sex offender or parolee or on probation.
So it it's kind of interesting men like you mentioned the du -- case.
That man was on parole and paroled just failed to actually do their job.
In any regard in that case but in this case.
The one thing that's the most disturbing just on this on this first blush of this case is.
You have three Brothers that are in close proximity of age.
That are involved in conduct that is waiting beyond anything that that any of us can understand.
And it just exactly what is that rap that is going through these three Brothers -- worded they learn that their conduct.
It's bizarre that the three of them.
Nobody ever spilled the beans nobody ever did anything that open the door to this you know what looks to be some kind of bizarre an awful secret life.
For these three young ladies.
-- it that that is what you know I I think.
We are having a hard time wrapping our brains around how could you possibly keep this under wraps for ten years and it sounds like.
-- of these girls walked out in the end that they were not held in you know some sort of basement tavern -- at least maybe we'll learn that.
Well you know Martha when you look at this I mean it will weaken.
Understand it may be -- friends are true Brothers being involved in a conspiracy.
You know that they do keep the secret but when you talk about three Brothers I mean to think that they have a genetic mental deficiencies that is all aligned with each other.
And there and their lives and -- in agreement in their secret lives mean that would be incredible I mean to me that.
There are going to investigate this and I think you're going to have somebody that's.
A teacher or mentor that actually taught them that this conduct is is okay.
Mark -- around if you what we're gonna have more with mark -- and just a few minutes for half thanks mark.
Suspect in Cleveland his -- is -- Castro said a B 52 years old two of his Brothers under arrest as well.
Castro's a bus driver in the Cleveland public school system mark -- back with -- -- home.
In Idaho police said there -- other properties they are -- and mark.
And that could mean the women were moved at some point that could mean the Brothers -- to be investigated.
It could mean both what did you take from that comment.
From a short time ago.
Is generous and Billy picked up on that also I predicted today you have your Brothers -- don't live at that location I think the main suspect in this case.
His driver's license comes back to that house but I I am wondering if that was perhaps the parents' home and really none of the three Brothers actually resided there -- that they have actual.
Lives somewhere else and perhaps I'm gonna be very interested if they actually have families or.
This is actually lose their life it's almost like they're all kidnapped two their choice of why -- secret lives.
Ten years ago and they -- keep -- in one location and you know.
Great for the victims are alive and in good health and in good battle state they're going to be able.
Tell the story of just exactly what took place so we don't have to worry about the suspects not.
Talking to the police we're gonna have the victims but I still want to know about these suspects.
-- what what did you think of that press conference on behalf of police did you see any holes in it or did you bomb.
Did you think when you know when the chief said listen we have followed up countless leads time and time again anytime we get them.
We track them down what was your reaction on that mark.
Well you know what I I heard something Nelson and all their voices especially the chief he made everybody know that he -- loyal to lose to the city of of Cleveland and he's been there for 28 years he lives in the city.
And I think he felt a personal connection to what -- going down I I don't think he was defensive.
You know certainly.
They immediately found out did did we drop the ball here did anybody get -- radio called -- did we have the police fire.
The department of public services children's services any thing there.
They bail out -- that.
Right from the beginning and I think you're very heartfelt that they've done what they could and I think -- look at define where where they possibly made a mistake.
Mark thank you appreciate your insights you know after you've been through stories like these yourself.
In your time in LA.
This struck me to march of 2000 aerial Castro thirteen years ago called police because there was a fight in the street outside of this house.
Mark Furman thanks.
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