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  Iyar 14, 5773 , 24/04/13

Cleveland Jewish Community Rallies for Murdered Nurse

About 100 people held a rally last week in memory of Aliza Sherman a local nurse and mother who was well known in the Jewish community of Cleveland, Ohio in the United States. So far there is no suspect. The 53-year-old was stabbed to death on a street in downtown Cleveland. A  reward of $25,000 has been offered for any information regarding the case. Over 600 people attended her funeral. According to the Cleveland Jewish News. her children vowed to do whatever they could to assist finding the suspect including starting online information portals on social media sites. Security camera video footage has been released to the public depicted an individual in a hooded sweatshirt running from the scene of the crime.

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