In the end, the Ohio courts did not accept Sharen and Michael Grevelle's interpretation of "strict rules" to improve their 11 adopted special needs kids' behavior. It wasn't the starving them and forcing them to steal food, so much as the red and blue, chicken wire-covered cages they kept the kids in.
Still, the judge must have been swayed by their awe-inducing toilet training techniques--they made one kid live in the bathtub for three months--because they only got two years in jail.
Couple Gets 2 Years In 'Caged Kids' Case [ap/yahoo]
Previously: Kids In Cages: 'Next Hot Trend'