Wow. Well there's certainly a first time everything then!
Randall Lee Church spent 26 years in a Texas prison for the murder of another man when he was 18, but apparently, when he was released in April of 2011, the real world wasn't to his liking, so he decided that the only way to get back behind bars was to commit another crime - and burned a house a down!
Only 96 days after being released, re-acclimating to the modern world was just too difficult for him, so he set an abandoned house on fire, pled guilty to arson, and willingly went back into custody!
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Monterrey's Casino Royale is home to Mexico's worst massacre since a gang crackdown over five years ago.
The arson attack occurred shortly after 3pm Thursday afternoon as armed men burst into the doors, lined the floors with flammable liquid, and lit the place in blazes.
Witnesses say they saw at least a dozen men rush in during the act of terror. Some say the men gave a quick warning to the casino's visitors, yelling "everyone get out" just moments before executing their plan.
Tags: arson, attack, casino royale, crime, fire, gangs, general hospital, mexico, monterrey, organized crime
Sony Digital Audio Disc Corporation’s distribution warehouse in London was destroyed in an arson attack during the citywide riots.
The fire ruined up to 30 million discs from independent music and film companies. The initial damage estimates are around $49.5 million!
Tags: arson, fire, london, london riots, riots, sony, warehouse
Nothing says TOUGH like a "Vegan" neck tattoo!
Walter Bond was arrested and charged with arson after starting a fire at the Sheepskin Factory in Denver, CO.
He's also believed to have started a fire at leather store as well as a restaurant that served goose liver.
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