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A security guard accused of torching dozens of homes at a Maryland housing development now admits he was there when the fires were set. Court documents show Aaron Speed told investigators he knew of the arson plan and helped others pull it off. Speeds, the first person charged in connection with the Indian head fires. Investigators now say they have a better idea about why he may have done it. Megan Kendall with the Fox Report live now from the NEWSROOM in D.C.. Megan. Shep, Aaron Speed [Megyn ...
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