Eco-Terrorism Suspected in MD Home Fires

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    www.foxnews.com/printer_friendly_story/0,3566,140723,00.html

    Some $ 10 Million in dmage was done as 41 homes burned Monday at the Hunters Brooke subdivision, about 25 miles south of Washington. A dozen homes were destroyed.
    Investigators confirmed arson caused the fires in at least four homes near Indian Head in Charles County, said Faron Taylor, a deputy state fire marshal.
     
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    Makes you wonder if the "eco-terrorists" considered the environmental effects of burning a construction site....insultation, siding, chemicals, paint, etc. etc...might have on the wildlife they were trying to save.
     
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    The carpeting and furniture are the worst of the polluters.
     
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    This is the same kind of mentality that caused the huge fires in California...
     
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    Not to mention the possible loss of life if anyone had actually moved into their new home..........Merry Christmas!!
     

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