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On the backdrop of a remarkable story in Cleveland, Ohio, in which three women were found alive after having allegedly been held captive for 10 years, "Piers Morgan Live" invited Julio Castro to share his specific perspective on a case that is quickly becoming one of the most shocking in recent memory.
Joining Piers Morgan for a special live midnight broadcast, Castro spoke about his nephews, the three men currently under arrest and being held in the city jail:
"It is something that is nerve-wracking. I was very surprised to hear that my nephews had done something like that," said Castro.
Asked by the host if there had been any indication that the three brothers were capable of such a crime, Castro struggled to make sense of it all:
"Well, I know that two of them – Pedro and O'Neal – used to drink a lot, I don't know whether they still do," said Castro, via telephone from Cleveland. "But Ariel was never a big drinker."
Formal charges are expected to come within the next 36 hours, but Castro told Morgan he has no plans to visit the brother's while they're in custody:
"No. No. I never want to see them again."
Watch the clip, and listen to the rest of Castro's interview, as the uncle of the three suspects further explains his shock at learning of the accusations stemming from three separate missing persons cases.
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