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Investigators find note of admission believed to be written by Ariel Castro

Ariel Castro (Source: CPD) Ariel Castro (Source: CPD)

19 Action News Reporter Ed Gallek is uncovering more about the dark world inside the home where three women were held hostage for years and years getting sexually abused.

Multiple sources say that the man living there had written a suicide note years ago outlining what he did and why. Ariel Castro is sitting in the city jail, so of course, he never did take his own life.

But Gallek has learned that in the note, Castro talks about a sex addiction and needing help. It puts some blame on the victims for getting in the car with him, and it refers to family problems and a poor childhood.

Castro and his two brothers, Pedro and Olin,  are being held in jail in separate cells. A source who's been in the jail says the suspects are getting a lot of verbal abuse from other inmates.

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