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originally posted by: Kentuckymama
After watching the news this morning and hearing them say there is no sign of arson, I went online to see pictures. In an article I found a quote from NBC.
from NBC News:
“The entire roof is fully destroyed,” Picaud said. “The fire started up near the roof top while another fire started in the north bell tower.”
Doesn't that make it more likely it was arson? Or, is it common for a fire to spontaneously start in two locations at the same time? Honest question, as this is not an area I am knowledgeable in. How are the able to definitively rule out arson and terrorism when three hours ago they said it was still unstable and forensic police haven't been able to go into the church yet?
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: vinifalou
500 million Euros have been raised already to rebuild this building.
That's all well and good, but i have to love the attitude and tenacity of some people with some of the other socioeconomic dilemma that are staring us in the face as a race.
Can you imagine well all banded together and tried to raise the capital to end world peace instead?
Bloody well let the Vatican foot the bill to rebuild the place!
After all its not like they or there coffers and vaults would in any way even notice.
originally posted by: RMFX1
It was reported that there was no one there. I suppose that they would still want to interview them seeing as they were working on the roof, apparently where the fire started wether they had left fir the day or not.