In the investigation into the hellish nightmare that saw three women held captive and sexually abused for about 10 years, Action News 19 reports that authorities found what appears to be a suicide note written years ago by the man responsible for the kidnapping that blames the suspect's childhood, sex addiction and even the victims for his heinous crimes.
The note, which has yet to be confirmed by police, was found inside of Ariel Castro's home where the women were chained up and outlines what he did and why he did it. He talks about his sex addiction and needing help because of family problems and a poor childhood. The most unbelievable part of the note is where he puts blame on the victims for getting into his car on the day he abducted them.
Castro and his two brothers, Pedro and Olin, were arrested when victim Amanda Berry escaped from the house and ran to a neighbors house for help. The brothers, thought to be co-conspirators, were released without being charged, but Castro was charged with four counts of kidnapping and three counts of rape.