Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Cleveland's Keystone Kops. Kee-rist!

The police are not your friend. Previously in Cleveland:
Surveillance video shows a naked Sowell standing over the semiconscious woman. She would not remember the witnesses who came over to take cellphone pictures of her. She would not know until she awoke several days later that the paramedics who responded to the scene let Sowell ride in the ambulance with her to the hospital.

“They thought he was my husband. Ain’t that some shit?” the woman later testified.

The woman decided not to inform the police, fearing they would fail to protect her should Sowell come to kill her.

On October 29, 2009, police finally arrived at Sowell’s house with a warrant based on the complaint from more than a month before. He was not at home, but there were the bodies of two partly clothed women in a third-floor room. [WARNING: Icky.] A search produced the remains of nine other women, including a human head in a bucket.
And no relation of which we are aware.
Sowell’s home was on Cleveland’s East Side, across the Cuyahoga River from the Near West Side house where Amanda Berry and two other women apparently were held after being kidnapped. But both homes were in the vast neighborhoods housing Cleveland’s working poor and downright destitute.
Oh, poor people. See also: Milwaukee, where the heat missed Jeffrey Dahmer eating his way through the poorer parts of town.
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