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I want justice served. Because no amount of explanations can tell why a backfire was mistaken for gunfire. Why Cleveland Police, in all their glory thought they were privileged enough to send 60+ cars up Euclid? And yes, why would any alleged officers, need to fire 137 bullets at 2 un-armed people, with Brelo firing 49? This story is begging for rationality. Will it happen???
This is great to hear about Robert Kool Bell and The Gang. I hope they come to CLE.
There was a movie with a similar theme. The guy who played the "father" also played the boss on the Alice TV show in the 70's. If anybody know the title please post. Both the movie and this real-life story are still super creepy. EEEWWW
By the way is this true? Several sources said that when cops got to the scene they assumed that Charles Ramsey had something to do with the kidnapping. Charles and Amanda had to repeatedly tell them he was the rescuer. Even then, they put Charles in a squad car and questioned him, cautioning him not to mention it. Was Anthony Cordero also detained and questioned? If not, why? If any of this is true it bolsters Charles story even more. I'm not hating on anybody but every story I've read says that Charles is who he says he is. I wish him the best.
This is heartbreaking for Amanda, Gina, and Michelle, and their families. But it's also a blow to Castro's family. That Pedro and Onil knew Gina's family (while Ariel participated in her search) has to be unsettling for them. This is so sad.
We got this same line after Anthony Sowell. "Oh we're so sorry. We will do a better job of looking for missing people. We will change. You'll see". May 6, 2013. Just like Anthony Sowell's house of horrors, this is essentially a missing person's case gone haywire. CPD is very lazy. They
CANNOT claim that they did everything to find these women, and all along they were right in the area. I am warning everybody that this will happen again because none of us is doing anything to improve the situation!
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