The families of the six firefighters who died in an arson-related explosion at a construction site in November 1988 deserve to find the truth about who was responsible, writes Bryan Sheppard. Sheppard was released from prison earlier this year after what he says was a wrongful conviction in the deaths.
The families of the six firefighters who died in an arson-related explosion at a construction site in November 1988 deserve to find the truth about who was responsible, writes Bryan Sheppard. Sheppard was released from prison earlier this year after what he says was a wrongful conviction in the deaths. Keith Myers File photo
The families of the six firefighters who died in an arson-related explosion at a construction site in November 1988 deserve to find the truth about who was responsible, writes Bryan Sheppard. Sheppard was released from prison earlier this year after what he says was a wrongful conviction in the deaths. Keith Myers File photo

I’m out of prison, but still fighting for my freedom after the 1988 firefighters explosion

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