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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    A close-up of a model of the house on Seymour Ave., where Ariel Castro held three women is displayed in court, Aug. 1, 2013, in Cleveland, Ohio. Castro, a onetime school bus driver, was sentenced to life plus 1,000 years for kidnapping three women and subjecting them to years of sexual and physical abuse.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    The inside of the bedroom shared by Amanda Berry and her daughter, as shown in court.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    Castro kept the women behind doors that could only be locked from the outside.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    The entrance to the bedroom shared by Amanda Berry and her daughter in Ariel Castro's house. The windows were boarded with heavy closet doors and a hole was cut in the door for ventilation.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    The women were restrained by chains attached to their ankles with access only to plastic toilets in the bedrooms that were rarely emptied, according to a sentencing memorandum.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    The women were chained to the wall, "being held like a prisoner of war," the sentencing memorandum said.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight shared a bedroom, which was attached to a larger one Berry shared with her daughter.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    The bed shared by Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Kidnapping Case

    The one bathroom in Castro's house that was shared by all of the occupants.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    Evidence from Ariel Castro kidnapping Case in Cleveland, Aug 1, 2013.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    A child's drawings and workbook pages hung on the wall in Castro's home.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    A heavy curtain hung at the top of the stairs in Castro's home.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    The front door of Castro's house had a homemade security system made of alarm clocks and wires.
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  • Evidence in Ariel Castro Case

    Some of the heavy chains Castro used to restrain the women.
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