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Neighborhood Copes With Triple Kidnap Aftermath

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CLEVELAND, OHIO - MAY 11: Supporters of the the Purple Lotus Project (including co-founder Pat Fogo in center, wearing blue raincoat) held a prayer vigil on Seymour Ave. to raise awareness about domestic violence. Their tent was flanked by photos of Ashley Nicole Summers, a woman who has been missing from the area since 2007. The group feels that laws to protect women are particularly weak in Ohio. Information is still surfacing regarding the decade-long saga of three kidnapped Cleveland women and their amazing rescue. Photo by Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images
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CLEVELAND, OHIO - MAY 11: Supporters of the the Purple Lotus Project (including co-founder Pat Fogo in center, wearing blue raincoat) held a prayer vigil on Seymour Ave. to raise awareness about domestic violence. Their tent was flanked by photos of Ashley Nicole Summers, a woman who has been missing from the area since 2007. The group feels that laws to protect women are particularly weak in Ohio. Information is still surfacing regarding the decade-long saga of three kidnapped Cleveland women and their amazing rescue. Photo by Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images
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Supporters of the the Purple Lotus Project held a prayer vigil on... News Photo 168587763Alertness,Cleveland - Ohio,Domestic,Hold,Horizontal,Human Interest,Ohio,Praying,Raise,Supporter,USA,Vigil,ViolencePhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostCLEVELAND, OHIO - MAY 11: Supporters of the the Purple Lotus Project (including co-founder Pat Fogo in center, wearing blue raincoat) held a prayer vigil on Seymour Ave. to raise awareness about domestic violence. Their tent was flanked by photos of Ashley Nicole Summers, a woman who has been missing from the area since 2007. The group feels that laws to protect women are particularly weak in Ohio. Information is still surfacing regarding the decade-long saga of three kidnapped Cleveland women and their amazing rescue. Photo by Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images