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Relatives of Anthony Sowell's victims cheered the jury's decision to sentence the serial killer to death
A sequestered jury continued deliberating through lunch Wednesday on whether Anthony Sowell should be put to death or get life in prison
The jury began deliberating the life of Anthony Sowell Tuesday afternoon and stopped for the day just before 7 p.m.
Prosecutors in Cleveland are trying to show a serial killer has good mental function and should be executed for murdering 11 women whose remains were dumped around his house.
The convicted killer of 11 women took the stand Monday afternoon for a "guided, unsworn statement."
A social worker appealing to save the life of an Ohio man who killed 11 women says he grew up in a "horrible" home and has a family history that includes drug abuse, mental illness, epilepsy and sexual abuse.
The sentencing phase has resumed in the Anthony Sowell trial.
A prosecutor is grilling a mental health expert on his diagnosis that a serial killer who hid the bodies of 11 women in his home and yard suffers from mental illness.
A mental health expert says a serial killer who hid the remains of 11 women in his home and yard suffers from sexual compulsions
The half-sister of a serial killer who hid the remains of 11 women in his home and yard appealed to a jury Thursday to spare his life.
A man who killed 11 women and dumped their bodies around his property cried as his prison buddy, himself a convicted rapist, appealed to a jury Wednesday to spare his friend's life.
The niece of a Cleveland man convicted of killing 11 women has testified that he began sexually assaulting her when she was 10 and he was 11.
The same jury which convicted Anthony Sowell of 11 murders has begun to hear arguments about the death sentence
Jury should hear that Anthony Sowell offered to plead guilty to avoid the death penalty
Defense expected to call family members and friends in the next phase of the Anthony Sowell trial next week
Convicted killer and ex-Marine Anthony Sowell appeared today in Judge Dick Ambrose's courtroom for a bench trial.
Defense lawyers will try to save convicted killer Anthony Sowell from death penalty; two more names added to witness list
Families members of Anthony Sowell's 11 murder victims held each other and wiped tears as dozens of guilty verdicts were read
She offered some of the most gut-wrenching and harrowing testimony in the Anthony Sowell trial.
After a jury handed down guilty verdicts on 11 aggravated murder charges and dozens of others, what's ahead in the Anthony Sowell trial.
A jury convicted Anthony Sowell on 11 counts of aggravated murder.
The men and women deciding the fate of an accused serial killer have now deliberated a total of 15 hours over 3 days
Judge Dick Ambrose has outlined what jurors can and cannot do while they deliberate the fate of Anthony Sowell
A World War II veteran attended the trial of Anthony Sowell to study what an accused serial killer looks like
Jurors in Cleveland have returned for their second day of deliberations in the trial of a man accused of killing 11 women.
Jurors deliberating the fate of an accused serial killer will work through the weekend if necessary.
The jury has started its deliberations in the trial of accused serial killer Anthony Sowell
The lead prosecutor in the Anthony Sowell murder trial called the accused killer, "vile and disgusting" in closing statements
An accused serial killer's lawyer questioned the credibility of women who survived attacks and lived to testify.
One of the jurors hearing the case of accused serial killer became ill early Wednesday afternoon.