Transcript for Three Women Kidnapped In Cleveland Speak of Horror
It was a stunning sight this morning, the amazing strength of women taken captive a decade ago now free and grown up. Here's how we remember them, young amanda berry, gina DeJESUS, MICHELLE KNIGHT. Their smiles frozen in time. Now tonight two months after their escape we are setting every word, every smile, every clue about how they survived and alex perez takes us through that tape right now. Reporter: Ever since the day police stormed that house of horrors, the three women imprisoned inside have kept silent. Michelle knight, 20-years-old when she disappeared -- 32 today -- was held captive the longest. gina DeJesus, just 14 when she was kidnapped, now 23-years-old. And amanda berry, vanished at 16 -- today she is 27. I want everyone to know how happy I am to be with my family and my friends. It has been unbelievable. Reporter: Berry was the one who squeezed through the front door, screamed for help and frantically called 911. I have been kidnapped and missing for ten years and I'm here, I'm free now. Reporter: She had been raped repeatedly allegedly by this man, ariel castro, her 6-year-old daughter jocelyn born in that house. 0 I'm stronger today and my privacy has helped. Reporter: We saw her thumb's up the day of her release. In the video she appeared with her parents, her lawyer prompting her to speak. If you could say something to each and every person out there who contributed money to help you, what would you say to them? I would say thank you for support. Reporter: Since her release she's making one dream come true, learning how to drive. I may have en through hell and back, but I am strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face. And with my head held high. Reporter: Michelle knight may have suffered the most. Investigators say she became pregnant five times in captivity and was beaten until she miss carried. Upon her release she stayed with gina DeJesus and her family. Walking hand in hand with my best friend, I will not let the situation define who I am. I will define the situation. I'm looking forward to my brand new life. Thank you. Reporter: Diane, as you can see that house here on seymour street now boarded and fenced up. The women were being recognized on the street. Their attorney says that's one of the reasons they decided to come forward, to thank their supporters. That fund that was created for them has already raised more than $1 million. Thank you so much.
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