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"I heard over the (police) radio that they were setting the place on fire."

--Philadelphia police lieutenant Frank Powell, attempting to blame members of the radical group MOVE for setting the blaze that killed 11 people, including five children, and destroyed a block of homes, on May 13, 1995. The blaze began when Powell dropped a bomb containing C-4 explosive on the roof of MOVE's rowhouse on the fourth day of the group's standoff with police.

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