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Tennessee Drops Case Against Teens Accused Of Causing Deadly Wildfire

Newsy Friday, 30 June 2017
Tennessee Drops Case Against Teens Accused Of Causing Deadly WildfireWatch VideoAggravated arson charges against two teenagers accused of starting a deadly wildfire in Tennessee have been dropped.

Defense attorneys said the state couldn't prove "beyond a reasonable doubt" that the two teens were responsible for last year's Gatlinburg fire. They called the case "an unfortunate rush to...
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News video: Charges Dropped for Teens Accused of Causing Gatlinburg Fire

Charges Dropped for Teens Accused of Causing Gatlinburg Fire 01:05

Attorneys say Tennessee couldn't prove "beyond a reasonable doubt" that two teens accused of starting the Gatlinburg wildfire were responsible.

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