People who escape fatal fires with their lives may face a tangle of emotions: fear, regret, relief.
In many cases, they also face criminal charges.
"If you survive a fatal fire, you've got a very good chance of being charged with setting it," said John Lentini, one of the nation's leading fire experts.
If just 5 percent of the nation's half-a-million yearly structure fires are suspicious, Lentini said, then that means 25,000 chances to mistakenly charge someone with arson.
"And if they...Full Story