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Originally posted by Ladycoils Ladycoils wrote:

uh-oh.. Folks are calling Charles a liar saying he called the police after she was saved and was already on the phone with 911.
 
he said this himself, he said that he couldn't call fast enough so he told her to ask someone else, after he stopped fumbling he called with her
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wasn't there another man that held a girl in his room for years? He lived with his parents I think, and the girl ws left in the room alone while he went to work but parents never knew she was up there.
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the other hero is on Piers M /Cnn now
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I didn't know about dude in the yellow shirt. (angel cordero)
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Originally posted by Alias_Avi Alias_Avi wrote:

It's so ironic that I wrote this LOL

Turns out Mr. Ramsey wasn't the "real" hero (albeit he did help). Turns out, the one who started to help the girl can't speak english... oh my

Originally posted by Alias_Avi Alias_Avi wrote:

Mr. Ramsey is a great humble guy
A real life Hero and had he been White, the media would've covered the "hero" angle to no end




yeah. if you listen to both of his interviews the one he gave with piers, he kind of did say that someone else started running to help as well then he joined. he also contradicted himself when he said he told the 9-1-1 operator it was amanda berry, when he in fact said linda berry and said he didn't know who that was.

nonetheless, he did acknowledge he wasn't the only one that helped...though he will be the one associated with the case especially due to the language barrier.

kudos to both of the men and all who assisted.

ps- on the piers interview, he also said that he asked amanda who the little girls father was and she said the castro guy. i wonder if that was true or was he just caught up in the moment of everything.



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Originally posted by Omni Harmony Omni Harmony wrote:

Originally posted by BrownQtee BrownQtee wrote:

Originally posted by Omni Harmony Omni Harmony wrote:

Originally posted by uNaTtaiNAblE88 uNaTtaiNAblE88 wrote:


he was a chunky greasy looking spic. I see the pic on the news. He has 3 kids of his own and was a school bus driver. Neighbors say he was friendly and quiet. He has a 4 wheeler that he used to ride with neighborhood kids. You can't trust ANYBODY

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The bolded is a dirty, dirty word and quite offensive. please don't use it again. TIA.



with that being said, evil is scary because it can be so easily hidden. There's always someone interviewed who says that they had no idea because the offender was such a "nice person" or seemed "normal". trust no one, indeed.
I don't know why you single me out but it is no different from cracker or nig ger. Funny I don't see you caping for those words. I will continue to say what I want, when I want.



 

Weren't you the one going hard in the paint the other day about a member telling another to go make some tacos? But you up here calling people spics? Ole hypocrit ass. Sit down somewhere. smdh.
[/QUOTE] it was about enchiladas not tacos. If you are going to quote me do it right. That was said about another member here I don't condone that. I will never call another member anything racist or derogatory like Bitch, ho, nig ga, fag, cracker, spic etc.. There is a line. We should respect each other enough not to do so. Ariel Castro gets no respect for me at all. You can cape for him if you want but my opinion still stands[/QUOTE]
 
in the 20-something pages between your post and mine, no one addressed your slight. I did. there are plenty of posters taking issue with those other words.
 
you mentioned in your other post that you don't condone calling another member derogatory words. and yet, i'm telling you as a member of this forum that the word is offensive, and you maintain your stance... is it because the insult was indirect? I doubt that anyone is "caping" for this base, depraved man, the problem lies in the word being used to describe him. Is Mr. Cordero also a sp**?
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I'm blown away at this story.
The daughter slashed the throat of her own child and then attempted suicide???
Dad and uncles kidnapping and keeping sex slaves.
Spousal and child abuse?? I'm wondering if there was sexual abuse also?

This is so much more than dysfunctional, they're fckd up.

I really hope those 3 girls/ladies can rejoin society with little to no complications. 
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I'm still can't process the fact that this bastard attended vigils of the missing girls, consoled the mother of one of the victims AND played guitar and the vigils with Dejesus's uncle....

Really???


What...The...Actual...FUUUCC!!! ConfusedAngryCryDead


I hope they tear is ass up in prison......literally & figuratively!
 

You can't trust NO ONE these days Cry


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'Best of friends': Neighbors describe close bond between victim, Castro's daughter

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Classmates and best friends, from left, Kayla Rogers, Gina DeJesus and Arlene Castro, who were classmates at Wilbur Wright Middle School in 2004.

By Matthew DeLuca, Staff Writer, NBC News

The three girls were "like Three Musketeers" in sixth grade. Now, the father of one of them, Ariel Castro, has been charged with kidnapping one of the other "musketeers" and holding her captive for a decade with two other women, and raping all three, in a westside Cleveland home. The women were rescued on Monday.

Friends Kayla Rogers, Arlene Castro and Georgina "Gina" DeJesus attended Wilbur Wright Middle School in Cleveland together. In their sixth-grade yearbook they are pictured pages apart, with the smiles of young teenagers.

John Makely / NBC News

Leonard Allmon looks on Wednesday, May 8, 2013, as his daughter Kayla Rogers flips through the pages of her Wilbur Wright Middle School yearbook to show photos of her best friends Arlene Castro and Gina DeJesus.

"They were the best of the best of the best of friends," said Lupe Collins, whose daughter Jackie, 22, was also friends with the girls. She called Arlene "Ariana."


Kayla met Gina in elementary school, and they both met Arlene in middle school. The girls realized they all hung out in the same neighborhood around the DeJesus home on West 71st Street. That home was ringed by squad cars and police tape on Wednesday afternoon as family members and close friends gathered. Dozens of balloons decorated the house's front porch, and a banner on the side of the house proclaimed: "Welcome Home Gina!" as the kidnap victim returned to the world she'd left behind nearly 10 years ago.

Arlene Castro and Gina DeJesus were "pretty close," said Lupe's daughter, the girls' friend Jackie Collins, 22. They spent most of their time together doing "normal middle-school things," she said.

Yet much about why DeJesus, who along with two other women -- Amanda Berry and Michelle Knight -- might have been targeted to be kidnapped and held in a house on Seymour Avenue remained unclear two days after their escape.

John Makely / NBC News

Gina DeJesus in a yearbook photo on which her friend Kayla Rogers wrote "I love you" after Gina went missing.

Arlene Castro was interviewed for an "America's Most Wanted" video in 2005 in which she said she called her mom to say she had been invited to the DeJesus house on the afternoon the girl disappeared. Castro's mother -- separated from Ariel Castro and living her Arlene elsewhere -- said she could not go. The video also mentions the disappearance of Amanda Berry, who vanished only blocks away.

"And so I told her I couldn't, and she said, 'Well, OK, I'll talk to you later,'" Castro says in the video. DeJesus wasn't heard from again for 10 years.

Going to DeJesus' house after school would not have been unusual, their friend and  fellow "musketeer" Kayla Rogers, 22, told NBC News. She had spent plenty of time hanging out in the neighborhood with the two other girls. Rogers' father, Leonard Allmon, remembers the girls as happy-go-lucky teens -- and said that the tragedy struck so close to his daughter still chills him.

"Gina loved to dance. She was over here dancing and listening to music, just having a good time," Allmon, 45, said. "It could have been my daughter. It could have been my daughter because they all used to walk home together."

"We used to hang out on Gina's porch," Rogers said. "We had a couple sleepovers."

The girls did what most kids in the neighborhood did, Rogers said. They hung out around each others' houses and at school. They listened to Spanish music and rap and practiced their dance moves.

The three would "listen to music, talk on the phone, talk about boys," Rogers said. "We were gossips. Gossip girls."

"I remember going to Wilbur Wright and the girls running up the hallways like girls do," said Collins, mother of Gina's friend Jackie. "You know how they hang out, push boys and run."

The DeJesus and Castro families have known each other for years, according to Gina DeJesus' great uncle Noel Ruiz Sr. On Tuesday, he sipped a Corona in a corner store owned by Julio Castro, Ariel Castro's uncle, only about half a block from where the three girls, including DeJesus, were held.

"We used to throw parties here," Ruiz said of Castro's store, where he said he's been coming for decades.

Members of the Castro and DeJesus families also mixed at a 14th birthday party for Gina DeJesus shortly before she disappeared in 2004, Kayla Rogers said. Members of DeJesus' large extended family were there, she said, as well as Arlene Castro.

Rogers said she never saw much of her friend Arlene's father except at his job as a school bus driver.

"He was my bus driver, also," Rogers said. "He'd wink at me and … ugh."

Rogers said she used to call Arlene "Rosie," for her rosy cheeks. They fell out of touch after DeJesus disappeared, she said, and she has not heard from Arlene in nearly 10 years.

She also said she has not seen DeJesus since she was rescued by police Monday night. The image in her mind of the girl is 10 years out of date at this point. "She would always wear her hair curly. She would swoop it over and wear it in a ponytail," Rogers said.

Looking at DeJesus' photo in the yearbook, the young teen beaming and wearing her eyeglasses, Rogers wished away the years.

"I hope she looks exactly the same," Rogers said. "I hope she does."

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