CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Ohio's sex offender laws are about to loosen up.
The Ohio Supreme Court just threw out sections of a new, stronger sex offender law on Thursday.
This means potentially hundreds of local sex offenders who were sentenced before 2008 may no longer have to appear on a sex offender registry.
Just how lousy of an idea is this?
Anthony Sowell, the man accused of murdering eleven women would be among those who fall under the looser guidelines.
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