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    Posted August 1, 2013 by
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    Castro Had More Rights Than Victims

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     DaElmersBack says he tuned in to find out what Ariel Castro's fate would be, and how he would handle it. 'I wanted to see how Castro acted as he was sentenced. I wanted to see what a monster looked like before going to jail forever. The many times he interrupted the court with little things just showed how much he didn't care or 'get it.' All I felt was hate against this man and anger towards what he had done. Seeing this final justice of a smile against a monster absolutely made my day! What strength! Nothing can ever replace what this monster took away. Any life (the victims) live now will be better than the last few they suffered. Knowing that the monster is in his cell forever must be a relief in sort sort of fashion. In the end, these women won!'
    - nsaidi, CNN iReport producer

    The sad part is, this monster had more rights than these women ever had the entire time they were imprisoned. I am glad Castro is going away forever! I believe he should be dead, but in the end the world is a safer place.

     

    Final Justice was given when his victim gave the most beautiful smile as the sentence was handed down.

     

    Jason Asselin - E Kingsford, Michigan

    https://www.facebook.com/JasonAsselin2012

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