A new update in the case of the Cleveland Kidnapping victims: The dispatcher who handled Cleveland kidnap victim Amanda Berry’s frantic 911 call is under investigation to determine if the dispatcher cursed at Amanda.
Allegations have surfaced that the person who fielded the 911 call cursed Amanda at the very end, calling her an “f***ing b*tch.”
Berry and Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were held prisoner by Ariel Castro, 52, for ten years, repeatedly raped and beaten. He is the father of Berry’s six-year-old daughter.
When Amanda finally broke free of Castro’s house on May 6 she placed a frantic 911 call, begging for police and telling the call taker her identity and that she had been in the news.
“I need police. I’ve been kidnapped. I’ve been missing for 10 years,” Berry says, giving her address.
The dispatcher says they will send a car as soon as they have one which causes Berry to become upset and ask for a car now. “I told you they (the police) are on the way. Talk to them when they get there,” says the dispatcher, possibly sounding agitated.
Cleveland TV stations are using a police forensic audio team to examine the call; The investigation is ongoing.
Source: Radar Online