Crime Alleged Ohio serial killer's attorneys removed from case

18:36  09 november  2017
18:36  09 november  2017 Source:   WLWT Cincinnati

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a group of people standing in a kitchen © Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. The court proceedings of a convicted serial killer took another unexpected twist Thursday when the attorneys representing serial killer Anthony Kirkland asked to be removed from his case.

Calling it "a sad day for the justice system," Judge Patrick Dinkelacker granted the attorneys' request after they said that he had discussed his case with another attorney.

Kirkland was convicted of four murders, including the death of 13-year-old Esme Kenney, but a successful appeal brought his case back before a judge earlier this year.

Perry Ancona and Norm Aubin, two of the top death penalty defense attorneys in town, said they do not feel like they can represent Kirkland because a single attorney with the State Public Defender's Office called them "a*******" and said they wouldn’t represent him well.

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Kirkland has been placing calls to someone from State Public Defender's office, his attorneys said. Prosecutor Mark Piepmeier said "clowns in Columbus" engaged in egregious conduct by talking to Kirkland about his re-sentencing when they are not his attorneys.

Motions were heard last month before Dinkelacker as prosecutors and the defense prepared for a today's unusual re-sentencing hearing.

Kirkland was convicted of murder and a list of other charges in the deaths of Cassonya Crawford, MaryJo Newton, Kimya Rolison and Esme Kenney. The jury that heard the case in 2010 recommended the death penalty in two of those murders.

After an appeal, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled Kirkland was entitled to a new sentencing hearing.

The jury that considers his fate will hear about the horror of his crimes, including visiting the crime scenes.

Dinkelacker set a new hearing for Monday and said that new attorneys would be appointed.

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