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Topic - Marisol Alicea
Ariel Castro, the Ohio man who abducted three Cleveland-area women and kept them in his home for nearly a decade — and who pleaded guilty to 937 counts of murder, kidnapping and rape — will have a chance to show his "other side" in court sentencing on Thursday, his sister said.
"[People will] see the other side of Ariel Castro ... not the monster that everyone thinks he is," his sister, Marisol Alicea, said on CNN on Wednesday evening.
Ms. Alicea said she wouldn't attend the hearing because she didn't want to listen to what she feared would be too-graphic details.