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Photo: Reuters Beth Serrano, sister of Amanda Berry, addresses the media in Cleveland, Ohio, May 8, 2013. Photo: Reuters The man accused of holding three women captive for 10 years has been charged with four counts of kidnapping and three counts of rape, amid further reports of the years of sexual abuse and beatings endured by the women in the Cleveland kidnapping case. Investigators have also said they have recovered a suicide note left by Ariel Castro that hinted at his motives. ''We have confirmation that they were bound, and there were chains and ropes in the home,'' said Michael McGrath, the Cleveland police chief. Brothers Pedro and Onil are not being charged with crimes related to the kidnapping at this time, said Cleveland City prosecutor Victor Perez. ''There is nothing that leads us to believe that they were involved or had any knowledge of this,'' deputy city police chief Ed Tomba said of the brothers. 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Halappanavar's husband, Praveen, said doctors determined that she was miscarrying within hours of her hospitalization for severe pain on Sunday, Oct. 21. He said that over the next three days doctors refused their requests for a termination of her fetus to combat her own surging pain and fading health."Savita was really in agony. She was very upset, but she accepted she was losing the baby," her husband told The Irish Times in a telephone interview from Belgaum, southwest India. "When the consultant came on the ward rounds on Monday morning, Savita asked: 'If they could not save the baby, could they induce to end the pregnancy?' The consultant said: 'As long as there is a fetal heartbeat, we can't do anything.'" "Again on Tuesday morning . the consultant said it was the law, that this is a Catholic country. Savita said: "I am neither Irish nor Catholic," but they said there was nothing they could do," Praveen Halappanavar was quoted as saying. He said his wife vomited repeatedly and collapsed in a restroom that night, but doctors wouldn't terminate the fetus because its heart was still beating. The fetus died the following day and its remains were surgically removed. Within hours, Praveen Halappanavar said, his wife was placed under sedation in intensive care with systemic blood poisoning and he was never able to speak with her again. By Saturday, her heart, kidneys and liver had stopped working and she was pronounced dead early Sunday, Oct. 28. In case you haven't heard who savita is, here's the Irish Times article. Enough's enough. 3. News of the circumstances that led to her death emerged Tuesday in Galway after the Indian community canceled the city's annual Diwali festival. Savita had been one of the festival's organizers. At the vigil in Cork, child psychologist Mary Phelan told The Irish Times that she was furious about what had happened. 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