VIDEO: Women Rescued In Ohio Break Their Silence
CLEVELAND, OH – (FOX8) – Video has been released today of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.
This is the public’s first look at the three women since they were rescued on May 6 from a home in Cleveland. They had been kidnapped and held against their will for nearly a decade.
The three ladies share a message in a video that was posted on YouTube. Amanda, Gina and Michelle thank everyone in Cleveland and around the world for their support.
All three women “still have a strong desire for privacy,” according to James Wooley, attorney for both Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus.
Ariel Castro is accused of holding them hostage for nearly a decade.
Here is more from WHNT’s sister station in Cleveland, FOX8.
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