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Aliza Sherman's family wants justice in her murder

Aliza Sherman's murder remains unsolved. (Source: Family) Aliza Sherman's murder remains unsolved. (Source: Family)
Jennifer Sherman has not given up her fight to find justice for her mother. (Source: WOIO) Jennifer Sherman has not given up her fight to find justice for her mother. (Source: WOIO)
She wears a pin on her jacket that says "Justice for Aliza." (Source: WOIO) She wears a pin on her jacket that says "Justice for Aliza." (Source: WOIO)
There's a new call for justice for Aliza Sherman. It has been nearly two years since she was brutally murdered and her family is desperate for answers.

Jennifer Sherman is wondering when her mother's killer will be brought to justice.  

"There are no answers. Nothing," says Sherman.
 
Sherman says the prosecutor's office has the murder case, but a spokesperson with the prosecutor's office says they cannot talk about any pending investigation.

"Somebody has been able to pull off such a horrific crime and nobody has been held accountable for it 22 months later. So, it's very frustrating to me, very disturbing," explains Sherman.
 
Cleveland Police confirmed they recently turned over some information in the case to the prosecutor's office, but would not say what details specifically. 
 
A CPD spokesperson says this is not a cold case, and homicide detectives are looking into "any" and "all" possible leads.

Aliza Sherman, 53, was stabbed nearly a dozen times in March 2013 outside her attorney's office in downtown Cleveland.
 
She was going through a messy divorce at the time.
 
There are still no arrests or suspects in the case.

"I just imagine my mom laying in a pool of her own blood, screaming at the top of her lungs for help," says Sherman.
 
Sherman says she just wants to make sure her mom's case is given the attention it needs to be solved.
 
"I have not lost an ounce of my drive and desire to see this through, and that I will never stop fighting for justice," she says.
 
There's a $50,000 reward for anyone who has information leading to an arrest in this case. Call Crime Stoppers at 216-252-7463 or visit the Crime Stoppers website to submit a tip.
 
Family and friends of Aliza Sherman are planning a memorial bench in her honor. They hope to set up in the Metroparks on the upcoming anniversary of her murder.

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