Charles Ramsey, joined Cordero at the house’s locked front door. The woman, later identified as Berry, told Ramsey that she and her baby were being kept inside the house against her will. Because the door was locked, Ramsey and Cordero together kicked a hole through the bottom of it, and Berry crawled through, carrying her daughter. According to Ramsey, Berry was wearing a jumpsuit, white tank top, rings, and mascara; he said she “didn’t look like she was kidnapped”.Upon being freed, she went to the house of another Spanish-speaking neighbor and called 9-1-1, saying, “Help me, I’m Amanda Berry… I’ve been kidnapped and I’ve been missing for 10 years. And I’m here, I’m free now.
I found it funny how people act when there is money involved. After discovering Charles would be the Winner of the reward money. Another neighbor has come forward, claiming he was the first one who discovered the girls.
Looking like that short dude from Love&HipHop New York back when Jim Jones was on the show, says he was the first to rescue kidnap victim Amanda Berry from a Seymour Avenue clapboard house where she and 2 other women were imprisoned for over a decade. Angel Cordero is staking his claim to the $25,000 reward money offered by police for information leading to the whereabouts of the missing girls.
Charles Ramsey, the neighbor credited with rescuing Berry, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper that the money should go to the three kidnap victims, Berry, 27, Gina DeJesus, 24, and Michelle Knight, 32.
It’s sad what people would do for money. Get a Job!