Man Convicted of '70 Hotel Fire Released

A man who has spent more than four decades in prison for a Tucson hotel fire that killed 29 people, including some who jumped from windows to escape the searing heat, is expected to be released Tuesday as part of a deal with prosecutors. Louis Cuen Taylor was convicted of murder as a teen but has maintained his innocence in the December 1970 fire at the Pioneer Hotel. The Tucson man, who turns 59 this week, is scheduled to plead no contest to murder in an agreement that sets aside...Full Story
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