Transcript for Lawmaker Opposes State Funds for Cleveland Kidnap Victims
Ten years of their lines taken away. Three young ladies were outside only twice and -- chains and -- worse than prisoners of war. Aerial Castro's crimes against Amanda -- Gina -- has Susan Michelle -- captured international headlines. Representative John Barnes out of Cleveland wants to fix it is merely to restore. What these three people lost if they've been -- One month after the girls escape their house of -- this summer -- -- the survivors don't. Grants all three plus Amanda's daughter born in captivity. Nearly 900000. Dollars collectively over the next ten years that's an addition to Medicaid and college tuition. They had -- opportunity to go to school. And -- opportunity but don't here but when it was time to take a volt. Matt Matt lynch and two others it said no it certainly. Begs the question as to who -- of the more -- the victims and it's it's such a horrible concept but that's really what we're doing it. The money would come from the -- victims of crime fund which is made up -- court costs and fees. Last year it's that at twelve million dollars -- gave thousands of crime victims on average 2600. Dollars this bill. Gives a hundred times more than that despite the opposition the proposal passed overwhelmingly. Out of committee its next stop the house floor. Lisa -- -- fox 28 news.
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