Ariel Castro's Brothers: 'If I Knew I Would Have Reported It'

Men closest to the man accused of kidnapping and holding 3 women for nearly a decade spoke to CNN.
2:08 | 05/13/13

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Transcript for Ariel Castro's Brothers: 'If I Knew I Would Have Reported It'
Let's get to the latest on the two brothers of cleveland kidnapping suspect ariel castro. Alex perez has the latest from cleveland. Good morning, alex. Reporter: Good morning, robin. This is the first time we're hearing from the castro brothers. In many ways, they feel like they're victims. After a number of death threats, they feel like they're being hunted. This morning, for the first time, we're hearing from the two men closest to ariel castro, his brers. I could never think of doing anything like that. If I knew that my brother was doing this, in a minute, I would call the cops. Reporter: In an interview with cnn, the two men, arrested with their brother, but later cleared and released, say they had nothing to do with kidnapping and holding three women hostage inside this house for a cade. Still, they say, they fear no one will ever believe them. The people out there that know me. They know that onil castro is not that person. Has nothing to do with that. People going to think, yeah, pedro got something to do with this. Pedro don't got nothing to do with this. If I knew, I would have reported it. Brother or no brother. Reporter: This morning, also a closer look at this. Got the others in the house. Reporter: The tense moments as cleveland police pried open the front door of ariel castro's HOME, FREEING G IING gina DeJesus and michele knight. The police, detectives, ambulances came out of in where. Reporter: Moments earlier, amanda berry and her daughter escaped out this door. Then pleading with an officer. She said we're in danger, please protect me. She kept grabbing him. Reporter: An attorney for the three young women says they spent the first full weekend of freedom with their loved ones and filled with gratitude.

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