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As the world awaits charges against the Ohio brothers suspected of kidnapping and holding captive three young women for over a decade, "Piers Morgan Live" welcomed experts Lisa Bloom, Ernie Allen and Mark Geragos to the program to discuss the legal aspects of the investigation.
"They should go in there and testify against them, get those guys locked up for the rest of their lives," said Bloom of the three women if the brothers Ariel Castro, Pedro Castro and Onil Castro are charged and the case goes to trial.
"There are some people who don't need to be retraumatized by going through that," warned Geragos in response. "If you go in there and subpoena somebody and they don't want to do it, and they're the victim, they shouldn't be retraumatized again."
Allen addressed the emotional complexity that arises out of the fact that a child was fathered by Ariel Castro with Amanda Berry.
"It is horribly complex," said Allen. "This six-year-old is probably very important to her and is an integral part of her life."
Dr. Lolita McDavid of Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital joined Piers Morgan to provide insight into how the three women will heal after their decade in captivity.
"They are very strong survivors," McDavid began. "And one of the things that I'm concerned about is that in all of the therapy that they're going to need, and they're going to need a lot of therapy, that perhaps in the beginning, they can start working on their therapy as a group, because they're really family to each other."
McDavid explained how the families envision their little girls coming home:
"I think what the families would like, and I can understand this, is they would like that 14-year-old girl who left for school that day to be the person who is going to walk through the door but that's not what's going to happen."