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3 Women Missing for a Decade Found in Cleveland, World Laughs At Rescuer

Culture

3 Women Missing for a Decade Found in Cleveland, World Laughs At Rescuer

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On Monday afternoon, three Ohio women who had been missing for ten or more years, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight, were discovered when Berry managed to call police to report she was alive and being held prisoner. The owner of the home, Ariel Castro, was arrested. It’s a horrifying story, and one where there are still many questions to be answered. The home where they were being held is said to be within a few miles of where Berry went missing, in what became a high profile case in the city for years. But who cares about any of that, because we’ve got a quotable African American on the local news to make good sport of. Let’s all have a laugh, shall we, at one Mr. Charles Ramsey, who came to the aid of the women when he noticed Berry screaming from within the home.

“Bro, I knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into the arms of a black man,” Ramsey tells the reporter from WEWSTV, who then promptly ends that interview sweating bullets before it can go any further. LOL we all said. It’s funny because it’s true.

Anyway, I wonder how that whole being held captive for a decade thing worked out?

Shout out to dude with the sunglasses, hat, goatee, and leather vest, though. Now that’s actually worth a laugh.