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Sowell Cash: more money from tax payers

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO)- A lot more money approved to help defend accused serial killer Anthony Sowll. An entry filed by Judge Dick Ambrose outlines approval of more than $40,000 more dollars. The money will go for more mental health testing, more research of his military records and an analysis of the evidence from the crime scene. Sowell is facing the death penalty. He is accused of killing 11 women. The bodies were found at and around his home on Cleveland's east side. The case is already setting records for tax money allotted to the case.
Sowell's trial is scheduled to start in June.

 

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