(WOIO) - On Thursday 19 Action News Investigative Reporter Scott Taylor tweeted out a warning that the website supernaught.com had just started selling prison memorabilia from Chardon Shooter TJ Lane.
This site has been around since 2001 selling items from other mass murderers like Ted Bundy and Charles Manson.
It even has a school shooter category.
TJ Lane responsible for killing Chardon High School students Danny Parmertor, Demetrius Hewlin and Russell King Junior.
Nationally known victim's rights advocate and watch dog Andy Kahan discovered the Lane items up for sale and reached out to 19 Action News.
Andy Kahan says " "I don't think there is nothing more nauseating and disgusting than to find out the person who murdered your love one has items being hawked by a third party for pure profit. I really think this is just the beginning of merchandising and marketing of TJ Lane."
Lane back in the news earlier this year for escaping from prison and then being recaptured.
Last time we checked the Lane items were gone off the site but Andy tells 19 Action News just wait... they will be back under a different name like Thomas Lane.
Andy says "From a victims perspective you shouldn't be able to rob, rape and murder and turn around and make a buck off of it."
Ohio does have a law that states inmates can't make a profit off their crimes but that doesn't include 3rd parties from selling items.
Andy Kahan is pushing for a Federal Law to ban murderabilia websites.