While jury selection started this week for Anthony Sowell, the Cleveland man accused of killing 11 women and leaving their remains at hisImperial Avenue home, a rally was held at the location of the brutal murders.
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Police served a search warrant at the house on Sept. 26 looking for evidence in connection with a rape and felonious assault, Cleveland police Lt. Stacho said. Police entered the house and found two decomposing bodies on the third floor of the home.
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Sowell, who spent 15 years in prison for choking and raping a woman, was remanded in custody. In an ongoing investigation into the discovery of at least 11 bodies in his home and yard on Imperial Avenue on the city’s East Side, six bodies were found buried in the home’s backyard and four bodies along with a skull were found inside of the home.