In Michelle Knight's first television appearance, the Cleveland kidnapping survivor opens up about the hell she, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus endured at the hands of Arial Castro during their nearly 10 years in captivity.
Scott Taylor, an investigative reporter from Cleveland's WOIO is OutFront.
For the first time, we are hearing Ariel Castro speak on camera about how got away with kidnapping three young women and then held them captive in his Cleveland house for about a decade.
Earlier this week, Castro committed suicide, having served just one month of his life plus 1,000 year sentence.
Martin Savidge is OutFront with more on the story.
The man convicted of holding three women captive for over a decade was found dead in his prison cell Tuesday night, just over a month after being sentenced to life, plus a 1,000 years behind bars.
While public reactions to Castro's death have ranged from outrage to relief, his three victims still haven't said a word.
Martin Savidge is OutFront.
52-year-old Ariel Castro, convicted last month of holding three women captive in his Cleveland home for a decade, was found in his cell Tuesday night after hanging himself with a bedsheet.
Prison medical staff tried to revive him, but it was too late. He was pronounced dead at 10:52 pm.
CNN's Martin Savidge is outfront with more.
Demolition crews tore down two more homes in Cleveland Monday, right next door to where Ariel Castro held three women captive for more than a decade.
Castro's house was destroyed in early August, days before he was sentenced to life in prison without parole, plus another thousand years.
Crews will return to the area tomorrow to begin planting grass and flowers.
Castro's victims, meanwhile, continue with their recovery, readjusting to their new lives and even making some public appearances.
Scott Taylor, an investigative reporter with Cleveland's WOIO is OutFront.