CLEVELAND -- What did it mean that Ariel Castro was in protective custody and not on suicide watch?
Attorney Dean Valore offers some insight on how Castro was being supervised behind bars at the time of his suicide.
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Castro was sentenced in August after pleading guilty to more than 900 charges against him.
He kidnapped Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight and held them captive inside his Seymour Avenue home for years.
Castro killed himself behind bars just a few weeks after beginning his lifetime punishment.