Editor’s Note: Tonight Anderson Cooper will be reporting live from Cleveland with the latest developments on the three long-missing women who were found alive in a home on the city’s west side.
Two of the three women who were rescued from a Cleveland home after being held captive for years returned to their own homes today. Amanda Berry and her 6-year-old daughter, who was born in captivity, heard cheers from the crowd that gathered to celebrate her return. A few hours later, a similar scene played out at Gina DeJesus’ home, where several family members stepped up to a microphone in front of the residence. Gina’s mother, Nancy, shared what she did when she was first reunited with her daughter. “I grabbed her and hugged her. I didn’t want to let go,” she said. “I still feel as if it is a dream. I still pinch myself.” A third women rescued, Michelle Knight, remains hospitalized. The rescue of these three women gives hope to families all across America searching for a loved one.
Here’s the AC360 411 on missing children:
Hooray for Anderson Cooper!! Sylvia Brown not only has no shame, but also, no heart and no soul. She is just another kind of monster, one who preys on the broken-hearted.
Just saw Shawn Hornbeck on Anderson's show. Shawn, you said that you arent doing anything special, just working and paying your bills. Please give yourself more credit! You are an amazing example! You survived! Give yourself some credit.
For ten years,why didn't the buildings department check the property out.I have witnessed residents .being bothered,for there grass not getting cut for months.let alone boarded.on the 2010 census did anything stand out,any red flags.
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