Suspected Ohio serial killer due in court

    A Cleveland man suspected of killing nearly a dozen women is standing before a judge today.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    A Cleveland man suspected of killing nearly a dozen women is standing before a judge today.
     
    CNN reports that Anthony Sowell was due in court this morning for a pre-trial hearing in his mind-blowing murder case. In all, he’s up on 85 charges, including rape, kidnapping and felonious assault.



     
    Police are calling Anthony’s home, where the remains of 11 victims were uncovered, a “house of horrors.” The sickening discoveries were made after police arrested Anthony for a reported assault in late October.



     
    Authorities initially found two badly decomposing bodies in Anthony’s home, and by the end of their search, 11 victims had been identified. Most of them had been strangled to death, either by hand or other mechanical methods, but there is no word on how the others were killed off.
     
    Anthony has a criminal history that includes a 15-year prison sentence for attempted rape. He was released in 2005, but he was ordered to register as a sex offender.


     

     

    – Sonya Eskridge

     

     

     

    Here’s more:
    Police uncover more remains in Cleveland slayings

     

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