Bill Would Benefit Cleveland Kidnap Victims

Ohio lawmaker's proposed bill would provide medical care, $25,000 a year and a college education.
0:40 | 06/05/13

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And Ohio lawmaker wants the three women abducted and held captive for a decade to get years of relief payments and a free education state representative John Barnes junior introduced the survivors of abduction act yesterday. The measure will give the victims Amanda -- Gina -- -- use and Michelle night. At least 25000 dollars a year as reparations for the time they were held captive. -- tuition and college fees would also be covered under the new -- the motion has bipartisan support. And is expected to pass the girls captor aerial Castro was charged with rape and kidnapping last month after the three women finally escaped from his Cleveland home. His attorney says Castro will plead not guilty.

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