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-- Newsday we could do two hours tonight back to one of our big stories.
Prosecutors in Cleveland have now filed charges in that nightmare kidnapping case aerial Castro as I mentioned faces charges of -- -- kidnapping three women.
Keeping them locked up in a home for about a decade a fourth kidnapping charge relates to the six year old daughter of one of those women.
The daughter authorities now say was conceived.
Jury her mother's captivity.
As for the other two men police arrested prosecutors say there's no evidence at all that Castro's Brothers were involved at all.
What is now criminal defense attorney Heather Hanson.
Whose lives in our newsroom in Philadelphia Heather.
Lots of changes today and and and I guess the possibilities are almost limitless your thoughts.
-- definitely limitless and that limitless shot tomorrow's going to be the arraignment and then his case for the go before a grand jury.
The thing with the grand jury is -- gonna see all kinds of other evidence there's a lot of questions we've heard a lot in the press about.
That you talked about a little bit earlier tonight the question that perhaps another person have been kidnapped there's been a lot of issues that perhaps there had been other.
Pregnancies that have -- to miscarriages.
All of these could lead to other allegations and other possible criminal counts against mr.
It and you you wonder.
Is it possible that nobody on earth knew about this for -- we say ten years it's actually been eleven and a half for one of these girls.
Well and that's exactly right and remember in Ohio from that Ohio rape case that happened earlier this year it's -- -- a crime in Ohio not to report when you know about a crime.
So if that investigator stuck to get wind that any of the neighbors anyone that mr.
Castro came in contact with actually knew that a crime was being committed.
They can use that to pressure them to perhaps get more evidence against mr.
Shamed and ropes to a wall sexually molested for eleven years.
Forced to give birth to a child in a swimming pool in a home without any medical personnel what are.
What are the possibilities upon conviction.
-- -- that he's going to be spending never hit it's too bad that there aren't more possibilities he is definitely going to be spending the rest of his life in prison.
Obviously he I don't know if you've heard the news today he has a daughter who's in jail currently -- -- Attempted murder of her eleven year old -- she was found guilty but mentally ill which is not an option for mr.
Castro however he -- -- insanity.
But no matter what.
The rape charge because he committed rape with serious physical harm that's a mandatory life sentence there's three charges of that they'll run consecutively.
He -- not see the light of day and another in a again there's also.
Go ahead of guys are entered -- -- There's also the possibility of a capital.
Offense here depending on what they find out -- the investigation in the grand jury -- that's still on the table as well and they do have capital punishment in Ohio.
And still missing one that young teenage girl who disappeared.
And has not been seen sense and the word from one of these captives.
That she wants all quote another girl in the house.
Well and those girls I mean they are so brave and they are gonna be so integral and to the investigation here and into the grand jury investigation.
You mentioned earlier they've gone to another house.
There is so much yet that we have to learn about what went on with mr.
Castro's life what happened in those homes we're hearing now about his domestic abuse against his ex wife.
There's just so much to -- Heather Hansen thank you -- continue.
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