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Must See: Eye-opening investigation into Northeast Ohio's student sex offenders

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(WOIO) -  Your children are supposed to be protected from sex offenders, but some offenders - even those that have repeatedly raped - are legally allowed around your children every single day!

Their names and crimes, however, are kept secret because they're kids!

19 Action News with an eye-opening investigation into Northeast Ohio's Student Sex Offenders. 

 

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