This dude kept these women tied up and chained in his house against their will and raped them repeatedly over the course of 10 years. That sounds like sex-slavery to me.
And regardless of what TYPE of slaver it is….Slavery, in the United States, is against the 13th Amendment and has been since 1865. Oh, yeah. True story.
Sooooooooooo, how does one go about prosecuting for the practice of slavery? Or is it because it’s violating the 13th Amendment, does it have to be handled in civil courts? I’m no lawyer, obviously. But it
does make me wonder if there will be federal charges brought against this guy or will they only leave it up
to the state of Ohio to prosecute him on kidnapping, rape, and possibly murder charges? (It was pointed
out to me by a friend in Ohio that one of the young women was pregnant and due to the rape, the fetus
died. According to Ohio state laws, this is considered murder.)