Il serial killer di Cleveland Anthony Sowell muore in prigione

Un serial killer dell'Ohio che ha strangolato le donne e nascosto i loro cadaveri dentro e intorno alla sua casa di Cleveland è morto nella prigione di stato, ha detto un funzionario.

Anthony Sowell, 61, died Monday afternoon after being admitted to an end-of-life care unit at the Ohio prison system’s Franklin Medical Center in Columbus, state corrections spokeswoman JoEllen Smith said.
Sowell had a terminal illness that was not related to Covid-19, Smith ha detto.
Sowell was convicted in 2011 of numerous charges including kidnapping, aggravated murder and abuse of corpses in connection with the deaths of 11 African American women in Ohio’s Cuyahoga County from 2007 per 2009.
    Polizia found the first two bodies in his attic in October 2009 after investigating a woman’s complaint that he had assaulted her.
    They were the first of 11 sets of remains police would eventually discover on the property. Most of the women — età compresa tra 25 per 52 — were strangled by ligature, and at least one was strangled by hand, hanno detto le autorità.
    Sowell, a former Marine, era sentenced to death in agosto 2011.
    Sowell's Cleveland home was demolished in December 2011.

      His two-story home sat in a dilapidated Cleveland neighborhood known as Mount Pleasant. UN stench had hovered around the area, but no one initially realized it was the smell of decaying human flesh, instead assuming that it was a byproduct of a nearby sausage factory.

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