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Sentencing phase resumes in Ohio case of 11 deaths
Sentencing phase resumes for Ohioan convicted in deaths of 11 women found dead at his property
By The Associated Press

CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) ' The sentencing phase is set to resume in the case of a Cleveland man convicted of aggravated murder in the deaths of 11 women whose remains were found in his home and yard.

The jury that convicted 51-year-old Anthony Sowell (SOH'-wehl) is scheduled to continue hearing evidence Monday. It will recommend either the death penalty or life in prison without the possibility of parole.

A lawyer for Sowell has said the defense anticipated he would speak to jurors during the sentencing phase.



The defense claims Sowell suffered from mental illnesses caused by childhood trauma. A prosecutor has presented a report that showed Sowell denied being abused as a child.

Police have said Sowell lured victims to his home with the promise of alcohol or drugs.


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