Serial Killer One Step Closer to Death

    Will it be life in jail or the death penalty?  A jury in Cleveland, OH made their recommendation Wednesday on what should happen to convicted serial killer Anthony Sowell.  Sowell was convicted on July 22nd on 82 counts - including aggravated murder, rape and kidnapping - in the deaths of 11 women.  Police found the remains of the women in Sowell's house and buried in his yard.

    Judge Dick Ambrose read the sentence recommendation for count one...

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    The recommendation of death was the same for each of the 11 victims.  Judge Ambrose has the final say when he imposes Sowell's sentence on Friday, with the option to lower it to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

    When Judge Ambrose adjourned court for the day, the reaction of some of the victims' families was unmistakable...

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