The Cleveland Kidnapper Ariel Castro recently had his bail set at $8 million dollars - which is well deserved.
But police investigators may have found a handwritten letter from Castro from 2004 where the man who kidnapped and held Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus for ten years, expresses remorse for what he has done.
However, at this point the letter has not been released to the public.
One reporter claims to have seen the letter and released a few excerpts from it on his Twitter page.
Anderson Cooper conducted an amazing interview with one of the key figures from the Cleveland kidnapping case - Charles Ramsey.
This heroic man lived next door to the house that held Amanda Berry captive along with Michelle Knight and Gina DeJesus for ten years.
He rescued Berry after he heard her cries for help, and even though everyone is calling him a hero - Ramsey says he only did the right thing, and does not want any reward money! Which consequently is only further proof of his heroism.
Ramsey also tells Coop that he never saw any of the victims previously, but that he DID see two little girls whom he thought were the main suspect Ariel Castro's grandkids. One of those little girls was most likely Berry's daughter, who was conceived and born while Amanda was held captive.
Check out the full interview by clicking PLAY directly (above) !!!
Many expect charges to be filed today against Ariel Castro and his two brothers for kidnapping three Cleveland women, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, who were rescued on Monday after a decade of imprisonment.
In the meanwhile though - many new and terrible details have emerged about what life was like for the imprisoned girls during their captivity in Castro's house - which was only several blocks away from where two of the girls were kidnapped originally.
Authorities have reported that Ariel Castro and his two brothers, Pedro and Oneil, have been arrested in connection with the Cleveland kidnappings of Georgina DeJesus, Amanda Berry, and Michele Knight.
The three women had vanished nearly a decade ago before they were found on Monday.
But now the police in Cleveland have revealed that they were twice called to the home of Ariel Castro, the main suspect in the Cleveland kidnappings, before the three victims were discovered.