Skip to comments.Three naked women ... spotted being led around on leashes in ... yard of kidnap house TWO years ago
Posted on 05/08/2013 5:39:35 AM PDT by Zakeet
Complete Headline: Three naked women on all fours were spotted being led around on leashes in backyard of Cleveland kidnap house TWO years ago - but police didn't take the neighbor who called it in seriously
Neighbors of accused kidnapper Ariel Castro have revealed they saw three naked young girls crawling in the backyard of his house on all fours with dog leashes around their necks and three men controlling them, but amazingly police never responded to their call.
The shocking revelation is one of a number of stories to have emerged from neighbors who say they reported unusual goings-on at Castro's Seymour Avenue, Cleveland home to local police who either didn't respond or didn't enter the house when they did show up.
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight all disappeared about a decade ago, when they were in their teens or early 20s. They were rescued Monday after Berry kicked out the bottom portion of a locked screen door and used a neighbor's telephone to call 911.
'We thought it was funny at first, and then we thought that was weird so we called the cops.' she told CNN. 'They thought we was playing, joking, they didn't believe us.'
Soon after Castro covered his garden in tarps so no-one could see in.
Cleveland police officials said on Tuesday that the department has no records of a call for service to that home.
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Shame to waste all that taxpayer money on a trial for these animals in a case like this where guilt has been so clearly established.
Here is his facebook page.
I hope some inmate guts him alive.
1. Where were they born?
2. Are they citizens?
3. Get three ropes.
Amazing his FB page is still up.
I wonder how they voted.
Just a quick search of “women on leashes” will show that depravity isn’t uncommon in America.
(Not exactly a child safe search term)
Dumbest cops ever since the LEO let Jeffrey Dahmer go when they literally had him in their grasp with a naked 14 year old Asian kid. “He’s just my gay b*tch, and I’m taking him home we were playing a sex game.” Cops: “Oh, okay, go ahead, take your friend home.” Next time they saw the kid his head was in a jar in Dahmer’s fridge.
Worst Castro brothers this side of Cuba.
I heard on Fox this morning that at least one of them was born in Puerto Rico.
And give the address of the house next door.
Hey, but libs want PRIVACY — it’s not supposed to matter what you or I or anyone does in the PRIVACY of their own home, their own backyard now .....remember that.
You want to put your captive on a leash naked in the backyard? You have EVERY right to do so, no questions asked!
I mean, in this day, how are we supposed to separate criminal acts from everyday accepted depravity and perversion?
How many alarm signals did those cops miss? Was he bribing the cops or something?
I can't decide between that and his being a$$raped by Leroy for the rest of his life.
How many identities did the Ohio Beastie Brothers use to ride the US gravy train? No question the Beastie Brothers who abducted, imprisoned, raped and tortured three girls were on the dole. Ariel Castro owned a home, motorcycles, played in a band, went clubbing....with no visible means of support.
Establishing multiple identities is a ritual w/ these lowlifes---the latino Washington state rapist had some 30 identities. Another latino ripped off UI for $3.5 million using multiple identities........and its very easy to do.
REFERENCE---NJ BERGEN RECORD CIRCA 2004---Pelcastre brothers, Angel and Jorge, Dallas, Texas, were a walking threat to US national security, expert document forgers who, for a few thousand dollars, could give anyone a new identity (many latinos establish multiple identities in order to ride the US gravy train).
The Texas brothers were a "one-stop shop" for a myriad of fake US documents, including birth certificates, Social Security cards, driver's licenses----for any state in the US------ passports and resident alien cards, said NJ state police.
The Texas brothers turned a NJ hotel room into a business office and were readying a massive cache of fake Social Security cards for delivery to a local NJ identity broker. Officers happened upon two cars bearing Texas plates in a NJ hotel parking lot.
The Texas brothers were followed to a NJ office supply store nearby where they purchased computer supplies. Officers then followed the Texans to a NJ storage facility in Secaucus, NJ, where the Texans loaded several boxes into a car. One of them stood lookout.
After a search, police recovered laminating sheets with built-in security features, pages of blank documents waiting for fake names and information, finished documents, computers and software to create the fake IDs.
All told, the haul was worth about $500,000 on the street when sold to "impoverished illegals." Police also recovered $6,000 in cash, which was the first payment from a NJ fake document broker for a shipment of 500 phony Social Security cards. ####
The terrorist Tsarnaev family sucked up tax dollars bigtime---"impoverished" terrorist Tamerlan drove a flashy silver Mercedes and dressed in designer clothes.
Thanks to federal and state taxpayers, he had the time and money to travel to Russia, buy pressure cookers and bomb components and was fed well as he built at least six bombs in Boston.
HOW MANY IDENTITIES DID THE BOSTON BOMBER FAMILY USE TO RIDE THE US GRAVY TRAIN? The terrorist Tsarnaev family scattered over several states need rigorous scrutiny WRT to the financing of their lifestyles.
A look at Tamerlan's reading list on Amazon reveals his interest in creating faked/forged identities.....a common practice by illegal immigrants. Each identity collects bigtime---riding the US gravy train.
When this is all said and done, my 2 bits says that law enforcement really dropped the ball in this case.
Exactly, Police aren’t the problem, society is.
I think the sick bastard's would enjoy that to much..
Yes and so does anyone else who thinks freedom is important. If you were actually thinking you'd still want privacy too. The risk of stuff like this is called the price of freedom. You have to take some risks to be free.
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated ...