Cleveland Suicide Note: Ariel Castro Blamed Victims for Kidnapping, Addiction

Castro admitted to kidnapping and raping the girls in the letter

  Gina DeJesus (right) and Amanda Berry were found in Ariel Castro's house
An old suicide note written by Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro has been found, presumably at the Seymour Avenue address where Amanda Berry, Georgina DeJesus, and Michele Knight rescued from.

An old suicide note written by Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro has been found, presumably at the Seymour Avenue address where Amanda Berry, Georgina DeJesus, and Michele Knight rescued from.

19 Action News detailed that Castro admitted to being addicted when confessing to kidnapping and raping the girls.

The letter also states that the victims are at least partly to blame, due to their loose morals allowing them to get in the car with him.

Reporter Ed Gallek tweeted about Berry accepting a ride home from the abductor after a shift at Burger King, when she was just 16 years old.

Michele Knight before her took the same bait, saying yes to a ride. As reported, Georgina DeJesus got into the car with Castro because he was a friend of her parents.

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