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June 5th, 2003

Serial arsonist Thomas Sweatt admitted to planting an incendiary device on the porch of 2800 Evarts Street. Lou Edna "Mama Lou" Jones, 86, passed away from the resulting fire.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Sweatt

Thomas Sweatt

Thomas A. Sweatt is a convicted serial arsonist. One of the most prolific arsonists in American history, Sweatt set over 350 fires in and around Washington, D.C., most of which occurred in 2003 and 20


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