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Re: Arsonest in the area! 20 fires since Sunday Ni


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Posted by Clod on July 22, 2003 at 18:04:52 from (209.210.28.13):

In Reply to: Arsonest in the area! 20 fires since Sunday Night! posted by Willy-N on July 22, 2003 at 17:56:15:

You may have an arsonist.But often those ctolitic converters that tree huggers love so mach will start fires along the roads.The police in Texas started a few that way.There are conditions that can contribute to fires in such dry weather that no human has planned.A glass bottle can become a magnifying glass.Not saying your theory is wrong but the police can jerk up folks off the street and make a case that looks real yet has no reality to it.It looks good on paper and in the paper and there seems to be action taken.If there is an arsonist it would great news to see him dangle from a rope.But a substitute is a poor excuse for justice.


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