Watch Castro’s House ‘Clevland Kidnapper’ be Demolished

Watch Castro’s House ‘Clevland Kidnapper’ be Demolished

The planned demolition of the home of Ariel Castro, the man who imprisoned three young women for nearly a decade, began this morning in Cleveland’s west side. The demolition comes less than a week after Castro was sentenced to life in prison, with no chance for parole, plus 1,000 years.

Castro had signed the deed to the three-story home over to Cuyahoga County after he pled guilty. The house’s destruction was part of the deal that prevented Castro from a possible death sentence. The 53-year-old cried while he signed the deed, talking of his “many happy memories” with his captives in this home. The police discovered $22,000 in the washing machine in the home’s basement and this money will help to fund the razing.

The three women, along with one’s six-year-old daughter by Castro, were freed on May 6 after neighbors heard them yelling. Castro pled guilty to 937 charges, including aggravated murder after causing one of the women to miscarry.

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