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Prosecutors in the Ariel Castro case filed a document late Wednesday describing Castro’s admitted crimes, as new details emerge from his three victims’ diaries about their time in captivity. NBC’s Kate Snow reports and TODAY legal analyst Lisa Bloom discusses the case.