Rape is forever and Ohio law should be, too. That’s the opinion of two state senators who want to eliminate the 20-year statute of limitations for prosecuting rape and sexual battery. Senate Bill 83 was prompted, in part, by the events that unfolded in Cleveland recently when three young women were freed after a decade of captivity during which they were repeatedly raped and assaulted. The current 20-year limit won’t affect the case against Ariel Castro. However, it could impact other cases involving both females and males, the bill’s sponsors said.
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