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The youngest defendant convicted in the 1988 arson fire explosion that killed six Kansas City firefighters was resentenced Friday to 20 years in prison. But because Bryan Sheppard, now 45, has served almost 22 years, he soon will be released. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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