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Ohio suspects’ cousin: ‘We are so sorry’

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Julio “Cesi” Castro and Maria Castro Montes, the uncle and cousin of of Ariel, Pedro, and Onil Castro, the men accused of holding three women captive in Ohio for over ten years speak to TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie about the Castro brothers and say “we are elated that these girls were found.”