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New Pictures in Cleveland Captive Case
CLEVELAND (Tara Morgan) - New details in the case of a man accused of kidnapping and holding three women hostage for ten years.
Ariel Castro kept his head down and mouth shut during a court appearance Thursday morning.
Prosecutors are looking into whether to seek charges that carry the death penalty.
This as new pictures surface of the house of horrors showing a tiny white cross in the backyard of Castro's home on Seymour Avenue.
Another picture shows the FBI digging for evidence in the backyard.
"I fully intend to seek charges on every act of sexual violence each day of kidnapping every felonious assaults all his attempted murders and each act of aggravated murder he committed by terminating pregnancies," said Cuyohoga County Prosecutor, Tim McGinty.
Relatives of two of the three women now home are taking the healing process one day at a time.
One spent her first night at home surrounded by relatives.
"The one thing she said is mom I don't want to stay in my room. I said you don't have to anymore, that's part of the healing. Now she can do whatever she wants to," said Nancy Ruiz, mother of Gina DeJesus.
Castro is being held on $8 million.