In an exclusive interview with CNN, Ariel Castro's brothers say they no longer refer to him as kin. Instead, they call him "a monster" who should rot in jail after being accused of kidnapping and holding three young women hostage in his home for a decade.
The full interview with the brothers will air at 9 a.m. ET on CNN TV, CNN.com and CNN Mobile.
"I had nothing to do with this, and I don't know how my brother got away with it for so many years," Pedro Castro, 54, said when he and brother Onil Castro, 50, sat down with CNN's Martin Savidge this weekend.
Ariel Castro, 52, faces charges of rape and kidnapping in the decade-long captivity of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.
Pedro and Onil were taken into custody when Ariel Castro was arrested, but authorities later said they had no evidence connecting the two to the captive women. The men have been receiving death threats and are in hiding an undisclosed location.
The Castr o brothers say they are grateful the three girls are finally free and safe, but they are haunted by missing clues and hunted by the media.
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