Many Arson Convictions Being Challenged Over Outdated Science

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Daniel Dougherty of Philadelphia was was convicted of setting a fire that killed his two sons , and was sentenced to death. Because the fire started nearly simultaneously in three places, John Quinn, an assistant fire marshal, concluded it was a case of arson, says ABCNews.com. But several leading arson experts now say there was no scientific evidence of arson that night.
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