The Cleveland man who was hailed as a hero for rescuing three woman who had been missing for over a decade, has signed a book deal to publish his memoir, NBC reports. The last time Charles Ramsey was in the news, it was revealed he was down to his last dime and homeless. Now, after […]
Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro was found dead in his Ohio cell by way of an apparent suicide Tuesday (September 3) night, according to a press statement made by correction officials.
It wasn’t even three months ago that Charles Ramsey was the toast of Ohio for inadvertantly rescuing three kidnapped women. Today he’s homeless and broke.
Ariel Castro, the Ohio man accused of holding three women captive for over a decade, pleaded not guilty to various charges Wednesday (June 12). Castro was arraigned on 329 counts of torture, r@pe, and murder, the latter for allegedly forcing one of the women to miscarry five different times.
Not only does Charles Ramsey have a burger named after him, but he can now access the go-to meal free of charge, for life. Ramsey and his Big Mac famously aided in the rescue of three kidnapped women, and the good karma has come back his way.
Ariel Castro, the man accused in a decade-long Cleveland kidnapping case, was arraigned on various charges Thursday (May 9) morning. A judge set Castro’s bond at $8 million.