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Chip will actually have another chance to hear from those three women next Thursday at aerial Castro sentencing hearing.
We're prosecutors have said.
They're also going to be putting on what they're calling it -- mini trial essentially laying out what life was like for those women during their teen years in captivity.
After today's hearing Cuyahoga County prosecutor Tim McGinty laid out what -- -- his future will hold.
But it turned this -- this man is going to prison for the rest of his life is never coming out got nailed in a black.
Or a and he has can't -- that step and now he's going down broke he's leaving it debt that's behind.
And there's justice.
The former school bus driver along with members of his family will also have a chance to speak on his behalf at sentencing next week.
And if life without parole plus a thousand years wasn't enough -- judge could still decide to tack on an additional 8000 years.
Champ -- -- in Chicago and -- there's also the matter of aerial Castro's home.
The prosecutor says the state of Ohio now owns it and planned to demolish its quote very soon.
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