Arsonist alleges he was coerced by his boss into setting condo fire

The boss woke Jeremy Thibert in the middle of the night.   Three weeks of pressure and an offer of $6,000 had finally convinced the young man to go along with the plan.  They two men went outside and hopped in a truck, and together drove through the dark, quiet streets to the Windermere condominiums, a complex still under construction in south Edmonton.    Read the article………..


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