Law’s Michael Benza explains why suspect’s house to be preserved

Future of house where Ohio victims held debated

Associated Press: A 10-foot privacy fence will surround the home of kidnapping suspect Ariel Castro, as officials try to keep the public out of the house. “The prosecutors are going to want to preserve it so they can take jurors into it to view, and the defense would want it preserved so at least they could do their own investigation,” said Michael Benza, senior instructor in law.