'The Wolfpack' brothers, mom react to Turpin family case
The Angulo children featured in "The Wolfpack" documentary spent most of their lives in captivity inside an NYC apartment.
David Turpin, 57, and Louise Turpin, 49, allegedly forced their children to shower only once a year, never took them to a dentist, and strangled and beat them routinely, prosecutors said.
The victims weren't released from their chains, even to go to the bathroom, and were only allowed to shower once a year, according to prosecutors at a press conference today.
Children's rights activist Elizabeth Smart , who was abducted and held captive for nine months as a teenager , sent a message to the 13 siblings who were freed on Sunday from alleged torture and captivity in their parents' California home, saying she wants them to know that "life is not as dark and
When you're in a situation where you're behind me manipulated where you've been tortured like where your being hurt and especially for these children. These adults children who have been abused and manipulated and tortured. Probably their whole life it isn't just as easy is like jumping in the car
The doctor who treated some of the children of David Allen Turpin, 57, and Louise Anna Turpin, 49, told ABC News one of the children, a 29-year-old, had the body mass of a 15-year-old.
Edward Smart has an appreciation for what the family of Elizabeth Thomas -- the Tennessee teen allegedly kidnapped by former teacher Tad Cummins -- is going through. After all, his daughter Elizabeth Smart was abducted in 2002 at the age of 15 at knifepoint from her Salt Lake City home by street
Sherri Papini’s astonishing and emotional story of being found on Thanksgiving morning on the side of the road after authorities say she was kidnapped and tormented for three weeks is one that kidnapping survivor Elizabeth Smart can identify with. Smart, now 29-years-old, married and an advocate
Smart is joined by expert John Walsh on "GMA" to discuss life after an abduction.