Case of three captives prompts new laws, strategies for missing people
CLEVELAND - A year after three missing women escaped Cleveland's so-called House of Horrors, the tale of their long captivity has changed the way experts look for missing persons and inspired legislation aimed at protecting the vulnerable in Ohio.
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