Federal Prosecutors Sue Riverside County Homeowner Over 2013 Wildfire

KTLA: The federal government Thursday sued a Riverside County homeowner, alleging that his negligent maintenance led to a 27,500-acre wildfire in 2013 that destroyed more than 20 buildings and forced thousands of residents to evacuate.

In a lawsuit filed in federal court, prosecutors from the U.S. attorney’s office in Los Angeles contend that an electrical box on Tarek M. Al-Shawaf’s 20-acre property shot sparks, igniting what was dubbed the Mountain fire.

But an attorney representing Al-Shawaf has disputed the government’s claims and said his client was not responsible for starting the inferno.  more

7 Comments on Federal Prosecutors Sue Riverside County Homeowner Over 2013 Wildfire

  1. But, But, Director Comey says you can’t determine intent.
    He was just careless, you can’t indict careless, the FBI said so.
    OH? The property owner isn’t named Clinton?
    Never mind, prosecute him to the fullest extent of the law and then some.

  2. Oh wait , Saudi? Did he donate to the Clinton’s Foundation?
    Drop the charges, you can’t determine intent, Atty. Gen. Lynch agrees with director Comey.
    Equal Justice for the elite.

  3. While I wouldn’t put it past the Muzzie to have done it on purpose, as this was a maintenance issue, why isn’t his homeowners insurance dealing with this issue?

  4. You mean his tentowners insurance. Anyway, they don’t cover infidel magic electricity problems.


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