Church arson suspect facing hate crime charge

Holden Matthews was arrested Wednesday after investigators tied him to three church fires that spanned a 10-day period in Louisiana's St. Landry Parrish.
0:44 | 04/16/19

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Transcript for Church arson suspect facing hate crime charge
We'll hear how the Louisiana man accused of setting fire to three black churches is now facing hate crime charges. When one year old Colin Matthews was denied bail after prosecutors laid out evidence against him and added charges declaring the arsons as hate crimes. Matthews is pleading not guilty a fire official claims his phone contained images of the fires. Foreign law enforcement even arrived on the scene. The Justice Department plans to release a redacted version of the mullah report to congress and the public this Thursday grand jury testimony and other sensitive information from the Russian investigation. Will be blacked out but White House sources say president trumps advisors are concerned about. Information on obstruction and testimony from some of the witnesses the president slammed the report on Twitter sane it was written by angry Democrats.

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