On May 1, 2012, a fire swept through the Sullivan family’s house in Carmel, New York killing four family members. A fifth escaped unharmed. The fire was ruled an accident, but questions remain about what was found during the investigation. The sheriff’s office charged roughly $2,000 for a heavily redacted transcript of the interrogation of the lone survivor. Roughly 100 pages of the 223-page transcript were partially or fully redacted. A retired FBI agent said the survivor was treated as a suspect during the questioning.
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