Amanda Berry tells 911 dispatcher "I've been kidnapped. I've been missing for 10 years. I'm here. I'm free now."
— Kimberly H. Wiggins (@KimHWiggins) May 7, 2013
Twitchy has already introduced you to Cleveland’s newest hero, Charles Ramsey, also known as “Dead Giveaway Guy,” who reportedly rescued three women from captivity. Police have released the desperate 911 call made by Amanda Berry, who had been missing for 10 years, and the dispatcher who took Berry’s call isn’t getting the rave reviews that Ramsey is enjoying.
— Yaucolion (@Yaucolion71) May 7, 2013
I hope this 911 dispatcher loses his(? her?) job for the way this call was handled. Disgusting! Listen to the end: http://t.co/TwiUA0et9h
— Lisa Marie (@TeeteeintheCity) May 7, 2013
— Brian Ventura (@bvent) May 7, 2013
Wow. It may just be me, but that 911 dispatcher I think is going to get some flak for how she handled this call. http://t.co/ABsgZAyKyq
— Andrew Asmus (@aasmus) May 7, 2013
Amanda Berry's 911 call. Is it just me or does the dispatcher have all the empathy of a brick? http://t.co/0G0SiYkBHW
— Misty Harris (@popcultini) May 7, 2013
911 call: Help me, I'm Amanda Berry http://t.co/7u01wIv4gd the more I listen, the more upset I get with the ineptness of the dispatcher.
— Joecephus (@_joecephus) May 7, 2013
And who has started the countdown clock on that Cleveland 911 dispatcher putting put on administrative leave?
— Jennifer Mendelsohn (@CleverTitleTK) May 7, 2013
Editor’s note: This post has been amended to reflect that the people rescued in Cleveland are now adult women.