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As new developments unfold in the kidnapping case in Ohio, including the confirmation through DNA testing that kidnapping suspect, Ariel Castro, fathered a child with Amanda Berry, one of three women he held captive for nearly a decade, "Piers Morgan Live" spoke to Tito DeJesus, who played with Castro in a Salsa band and who has known Castro for 20 years.
"When we used to go performing, he was alone all the time. He wanted to always see if he could go out and dance with women, strangers," said DeJesus. "So he would go pick out somebody and say, want to dance? And many, many times, they would say 'No.'"
"But he kept going, I want to dance. I want to dance. And mostly every time, he would come back very mad because they didn't want to dance with him."
Also on the program, CNN en Espanol correspondent Maria Santana spoke about the reaction within the surrounding community of Castro, his family and the families of the three women.
"There is this feeling where some people are feeling a little bit of guilt, where they're saying, maybe I should have noticed the signs. Maybe I should have seen something. Maybe I should have said something," said Santana. "This is a very tight-knit Hispanic community, largely Puerto Rican, where people know each other. Everybody knows each other. Everybody cares about each other."
"I think that Ariel Castro was so good at fooling everybody, not only because he was so good at hiding this double life that he led, but because people are so trusting, because people genuinely care about each other here."