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CLEVELAND  -- The Cuyahoga County Land Bank is taking many precautions so any debris or rubble from the Seymour Avenue home of Ariel Castro does not end up for sale online or anywhere else, more commonly referred to as "murderabilia."

The Land Bank says it will have the home demolished in one day and have all the debris carted away to a reclamation site where it will be shredded and pulverized.

Independence Excavating is doing the demolition at no charge.

Castro, 53, pleaded guilty to 937 charges in late July of kidnapping, torturing and raping Amanda Berry, Michelle Knight and Gina DeJesus for a decade in the home.

They were able to finally escape May 6.

Castro is already serving a life sentence without parole plus 1,000 years.


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