Charles Ramsey: 'Either I'm Stupid' or He's That Good

George Stephanopoulos talks to the man who helped rescue 3 allegedly kidnapped women.
3:52 | 05/08/13

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Transcript for Charles Ramsey: 'Either I'm Stupid' or He's That Good
And we are joined now by the man who made this rescue happen. Charles ramsey, mr. Ramsey, thank you very much for joining us this morning. Boy, I know it's been a whirlwind for you since monday night. How are you feeling? I'm happy. I'm, you know, pushing through the level, here. A little red bull helps. I also know you do not like the word hero but it is true when you answered that door and helped kick it down those young women were finally rescued after so long. Has that sunk in for you? Huh-uh. No? It's going to be a while, bro. No, no, I mean I'm just -- I'm speechless. You had never seen amanda berry before that moment when you went to her door. No. What did you she say to you in those moments after you finally were able to get her out there and get her on the phone for the 911 call? She says, it's more girls in that house and I was just blown away from that statement, you know what I mean? And then the police got there, they went up there and brought the rest of them out. And you had never seen anything of any of them before, even though you knew ariel castro a bit? Not only -- I didn't see nothing, apparently my neighbors haven't seen anything either. I've been there a year. She been right there next door to me for a year. Every day since I been -- now, let me tell you something, when you move to a new neighborhood, see, I'm from the east side of cleveland. I'm from richmond heights. I went to brush high school, okay. I went to orange. We're rivals. It's cool. It's cool. It's cool. It's cool. But you didn't see anything. Not one iota. Because I wouldn't have been speaking to this dude. I give this dude his mail when he comes to my house. I eat his food when he feels like barbecuing. When he feels like playing salsa music, I try to, you know, merengue. Had I known that, it would be a whole different interview, wouldn't it? It sure would. You ate ribs with him. You danced with him. You saw him every once in a while and there was nothing at all in his demeanor that would give you the inkling that he could do something like this? No. Isn't that scary? It is. So I'm that stupid or his kind are that good. You've really become a phenomenon all across the country in the last 48 hours. I'm sure you've seen some of all the craziness across the internet including that auto tune of your original interview. How does that feel to you. If people are happy -- there is no feeling. You do what you got to do. And you did what you had to do at the right moment, charles ramsey, thanks very much.

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