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Calif. District Attorney on case of captive siblings: 'Human depravity'
Riverside County District Attorney Michael Hestrin provided an overview on Jan. 18, of the state of the 13 malnourished siblings held captive at a home in Perris, Calif. before they were rescued. Officials are combing through the children's journals for additional evidence.
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