Caleb Ackley and Ryan Murphy, the two prison guards who were meant to be watching Cleveland Monster Ariel Castro lied in logbooks, a new report says.
Caleb Ackley and Ryan Murphy will go on paid leave pending an investigation into Castro’s death.
The Cleveland monster took his own life at around 9:20 p.m. on September 3.
Today the house where Ariel Castro raped, murdered and enslaved was torn down. Watch the video here of the house being ripped apart and demolished.
Ariel Castro gave a chilling speech today before being sentenced to life in prison plus 1,000 years. He said that most of the sex was “consensual” with victims.
Michelle Knight, who was raped, beaten, and held captive by Ariel Castro for over a decade, gave an emotional statement in court today while he was sentenced.
It’s official, the Cleveland monster will never see the light of day again.
New details of the Cleveland kidnapping case emerged after prosecutors submitted a memorandum compiled with evidence including diaries kept by the kidnapped women.
Ariel Castro will never be a free man, will never see a dime from the sale of his home but will keep his personal family items.
Castro told The Today Show’s Savannah Guthrie: “I think that if he really can’t control his impulses and he really doesn’t have any value for human life.”
If Castro accepts the deal, he would receive life without parole plus 1,000 years.
It’s the first time the women spoke publicly since their homecoming.
Lawyers for the alleged Cleveland kidnapper say he’s not the “monster” everyone thinks he is.
Nancy Ruiz was speaking to ABC’s 20/20.
Michelle Knight has been released from the hospital and is now staying with fellow abductee Gina DeJesus.