Ariel Castro's victims will probably never forget the horrors they endured over the past decade, but everything is being done to try and wipe as much evidence of his terrifying crimes from our minds.
The Cleveland Kidnapper's home was demolished in front of a small crowd of onlookers earlier this morning as a part of a plea deal he agreed to in order to avoid the death penalty.
One of the faces in the crowd was one of the victims Michelle Knight, who said it was important for her to be in attendance since nobody was there for her in her time of need.
She also mentioned her hopes of moving on to become a motivational speaker to create a support system for parents who's children have gone missing. Soon after, Michelle released a handful of yellow balloons in honor of all of the missing kids who have not been found or have lost their lives.
It's great to see that the victims are getting closer and closer to being able to move on with their lives and try to erase what happened from their memory completely.
Check out the house of horrors being demolished (above).
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