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RELEASE ALERT!

Robert Wells (updated 2013 photo)

Convicted child killer Robert Wells, who brutally murdered and sexually assaulted 14-year-old Barbara Sue Caulley, will be released from prison on July 13, 2013 after completing his 25-year sentence. He will be under absolutely NO SUPERVISION after he is released.

In addition, a loophole in Ohio law means that Mr. Wells will NOT be adjudicated a sexual offender and there will be NO COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION of his residence or employment. We were assured by Ohio Senators Kevin Bacon and Jim Hughes, as well as Franklin County Ohio Prosecutor Ron O' Brien, that the loophole would be corrected with the passage of Roberta's Law. Unfortunately none of these career politicians were familiar with the Ohio Constitution. Article II sec. 28 clearly states in part "The general assembly shall have no power to pass retroactive laws." This law has been in Ohio's Constitution for over 90 years and this means Mr. Wells could never have been adjudicated a sex offender.

We truly hope Mr. Wells has been rehabilitated however based on the facts of this case and the news stories below we believe he remains a SERIOUS THREAT to the community, especially to women and female children. Although we believe Mr. Wells will reside in Ohio he could relocate to any community in any state. We urge everyone to share this information with their friends and family and advise them if they see Mr. Wells to stay as far away from him as possible. Thank you and we appreciate your help.

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