Bombik told jurors that they will see hour’s worth of police interviews with Anthony Sowell. Bombik told jurors the interviews get heated at times. Bombik stressed that jurors will see Sowell's reaction when authorities told him they found bodies at his house.
- Wednesday, 15 June 2011 08:56
Each morning Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Dick Ambrose speaks to a new group of potential jurors. The judge explains that Sowell is facing 11 counts of aggravated murder with felony murder specifications, which means it carries a possible penalty of death.