Cleveland Kidnapping Update: Victim could face Ariel Castro in court, source …
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During the hearing Thursday, prosecutors plan to bring in to court the chains they say Castro used to restrain the three women and a gun they say he used to threaten them, the source tells CBS News.
Prosecutors also plan to bring in to court the potties they say the women were forced to use and a door from the house, the source told CBS News. They will also outline the daily routine the women faced.
Experts may also testify during the hearing and will provide written reports to the court on topics such as Stockholm Syndrome, a psychological condition in which hostages sympathize with their captors, according to the source.
Friday, a judge said Castro could speak at the hearing if he chose.
The site of Castro’s home, which is set to be demolished, may be developed into a community garden or park using the $22,000 Castro had in his possession, the source says.
Earlier Friday, the three women said they are relieved that Ariel Castro has pleaded guilty to the charges that will keep him in prison for life.
“Amanda, Gina, and Michelle are relieved by today’s plea,” read a statement released Friday by a law firm representing the women. “They are satisfied by this resolution to the case, and are looking forward to having these legal proceedings draw to a final close in the near future. ”
The victims are continuing to ask for privacy and say they don’t want to speak publicly.
Berry, DeJesus, and Knight were found in Castro’s Cleveland home in May after Berry kicked in a screen door and yelled to a neighbor for help. The women disappeared separately between 2002 and 2004. Each said they had accepted a ride from Castro, who remained friends with Dejesus’ family and even attended vigils over the years marking her disappearance.
Castro is accused of repeatedly restraining the women, sometimes chaining them to a pole in a basement, to a bedroom heater or inside a van. The charges say one of the women tried to escape and he assaulted her with a vacuum cord around her neck.