The hero of Cleveland tells Anderson Cooper that he rides a bicycle.
Charles Ramsey is describing his day before he heard screaming from his neighbor’s home the other day. He had just talked with his neighbor and alleged slave master Ariel Castor and Ariel left for the afternoon. After Ariel left….
I jumped on my bike, went to McDonald’s. Came back home, I’m in my house, but I’m in the living room and I’m right by the front door, because I’m looking out the front door, and man, this girl screamed like a car had hit a kid, which made me, you know, stop eating.
You know, so when I got up, I saw this – my neighbor across the street, he run across the street and I’m, like – I’m thinking, where you going, because ain’t nobody next door because I just saw Ariel leave.
I know ain’t nobody over there. Heard that girl scream and saw him run across the street, and I went outside and wondered what he was doing, and – Amanda said, I’m stuck in here, help get me out. So he – guy don’t know English that well or panicked, he just looked at me and it’s a girl. And that’s all he did. So here I come with my, you know, half eaten Big Mac and I looked and I said well, what’s up.