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Dispatch audio reveals the first moments of the Ohio rescue as the officers enter the house.
Truly amazing this time, the cops following a tip given by a victim with a precise name and address of their captor. The cops then go to the address and find the missing women of ten years. What a marvel of police work first receiving the escaped victim's call giving them an exact address and name of the man holding them for ten years, then police receive the dispatch and go to that very address and are able to find the other girls. Just an incredible piece of police work ! They actually had a reliable phone call from one of the victims this time and not just from another nosy neighbor who's motive for making such a call would be unclear enough to disregard it. Jam up Police work This Time guys. I wonder if that person that called years ago about a woman and child screaming for help at he same address, is wondering now about the reward money he or she missed out on. Now there is a part of the story that may be a minor footnote, but somewhat interesting don't you think ? Feel free to send me a check for that bit of insight, if you can't do that, I'm really wondering about that Oil Spill in Arkansas, that I haven't been able to get any updates on since, lets see...Oh Yeah..since the Boston Marathon Bombing. Wag the Dog.
Hey Wolf just watching coverage of the kidnapping. You said Mr. Castro received "unemployment benefits or tax payer money". Unemployment isn't tax payer money its a return of the money you paid into the system should you become unemployed. Kind of like a mandatory insurance policy. It's not the same as welfare which is tax payer money.
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