Castro appears in court, details emerge of the decade long captivity

Castro appears in court, details emerge of the decade long captivity

The man accused of holding three women captive for a decade in the US has faced court for the first time.

The judge has ruled that bail for the accused, Ariel Castro, should be set at $8 million.

Castro is facing 4 kidnapping charges and 3 counts of rape, as details have emerged as to what happened in his Cleveland house, over the past decade.

The three women who were found on Tuesday, were held captive under threat of death, suffered multiple miscarriages, were repeatedly raped and suffered from savage beatings.

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