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We're learning more now about the three Ohio women who were kidnapped this teenagers only to escape.
Nearly a decade later.
Police fire ambulance I -- You can help hey you know what's going on there until you have and I didn't know completely yeah.
And it brings out.
So while the night -- being held hostage may be over what psychological battles will the women now faces up.
Are joined by forensic psychiatrist doctor -- -- -- good to see you again doctor apple.
Good morning Gretchen essentially for hours since we first spoke to in this story started unfolding -- do have -- -- do you have any different initial thoughts now.
The fact that these three Brothers are joint ventures -- they're accused of being a trio.
Is one literally for the psychiatric journals.
Normally we have three people one of them would have a conscience -- moral underpinnings to and not go along to get along.
And so it goes right back Gretchen you'd want to know what did those boys grow up with.
That shattered their capacity for empathy and why -- two of them live at home as adults with their mother that's not a good sign.
Well apparently they were alleged to be alcoholics -- unemployed which could be part of the reason but that doesn't explain being a psychopath.
-- but but I and and also interest and we touched on this a little bit yesterday how good the three of them being.
So secretive for ten years and never tell anybody else your thoughts on that.
Again it's this isolation.
You know when you're dealing with people.
Who are able to feel nothing for others it's not just that they can beat women.
Or imprison them -- that literally they don't feel they -- to the outside world or to others.
Any communication necessarily.
So the filter of friendship.
Of blood of being a relative to someone none of this apparently registered with these Brothers who were caught off.
From others in a tremendously.
Frightening way and that doesn't happen today.
Doesn't happen a month ago that happened as they were children growing up and a house -- promised you that would curl the hair the back your neck if you knew what they went through.
-- what about these young women now and that's six year old little girl.
Kind of battles and they gonna face I shudder to think -- It's just starting so when we say they're free.
You know we should have an asterisk because here's the thing you know with posttraumatic stress disorders when you think good nightmares.
Terrors during the day.
That the likelihood that you might seek to it quiet some of your anxiety depression using alcohol or drugs.
A six year old who emerges -- relationships could be.
Forever unable to be balanced and that equilibrium.
Unable to find comfort in the world.
Raised in terror the question is how much of that can be repaired psychiatry to grade art.
And for that reason there's some hope but with many caveats.
Hopefully they'll get the kind of help that they all deserve at this point -- doctor -- outlook.
So great I don't because I think -- so much.
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