Too many questions were never answered about the investigation into the 1988 arson and explosion that killed six Kansas City firefighters. A new lawsuit filed by defendant Bryan Sheppard, who served nearly 22 years in prison, could compel the Department of Justice to finally release the records in the case.
Too many questions were never answered about the investigation into the 1988 arson and explosion that killed six Kansas City firefighters. A new lawsuit filed by defendant Bryan Sheppard, who served nearly 22 years in prison, could compel the Department of Justice to finally release the records in the case. Tammy Ljungblad File photo
Too many questions were never answered about the investigation into the 1988 arson and explosion that killed six Kansas City firefighters. A new lawsuit filed by defendant Bryan Sheppard, who served nearly 22 years in prison, could compel the Department of Justice to finally release the records in the case. Tammy Ljungblad File photo

Could Bryan Sheppard’s lawsuit provide answers about six KC firefighter deaths?

December 20, 2017 06:38 PM

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