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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Brian Cummins
For some communities stung by tragedy, a wrecking ball is key to the healing process. For others, the decision to keep the site of past trauma standing is a vital step on the road to recovery.
Five men suspected of plotting to bomb an Ohio bridge were indicted Thursday on three counts each, including a new charge of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction to destroy property in interstate commerce.
"Those residents on that street that I talked to in the first week or two [after the women were rescued] felt that nothing else could be done than to take it down," said Cleveland Councilman Brian Cummins, who represents the section of the city that includes the Castro house on Seymour Avenue.
Some have suggested that the house be kept standing, Mr. Cummins said.