The Ohio man who imprisoned three women in his Cleveland home for a decade will speak at length during his sentencing Thursday, delivering a statement that his sister promises will allow people to see "the other side of Ariel Castro."
Castro pleaded guilty last week to 937 counts, including murder and kidnapping, in a deal that dropped a possible death penalty in exchange for life in prison plus 1,000 years.
He'll give a rather lengthy statement, explaining his life and who he really is, his sister, Marisol Alicea, told CNN on Wednesday night.FULL STORY
How much time does it take to explain that you're a monster, driven by satan?
@chrissy-eternity in H3ll?
What can this man actually say that will mitigate the circumstances of his montrous crimes? "I was lonely"?
There is nothing he could say to help the situation or change what he did.