Transcript for Video shows captive California siblings after their parents' arrest
We turn next here to striking new video of those S siblings held captive in their own home. A surveillance camera showing the moment those siblings had been arrefreed. ABC's Matt Gutman has more. Reporter: Tonight, we're learning more about the rescue of 13 children from that California home. In this video you can see their walk to their freedom. An older sibling carrying a toddler. One child even running to that silver van. All that, after their 17-year-old sister escaped through a window, calling 911. David and Louise turpin arrested, charged with torture, abuse and false imprisonment, pleading not guilty. This is severe, emotional, physical abuse. There is no way around that. This is depraved conduct. Reporter: This as more details emerge about lives prosecutors say were led in captivity. The turpin's eldest son attended a local college, chaperoned by his mother. Louise turpin would accompany him, wait outside the classroom for him. When he was finished with class, she would take him home. Reporter: Tonight, his transcript. A near-perfect GPA. The children still being treated after those many years of near total isolation. Much of what you are doing now is sort of teaching them social behavior. We are the first stage of their introduction to the outside world. Reporter: Matt Gutman, ABC news, Riverside, California.
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