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March 28, 1990 | From Associated Press
Prosecutors on Tuesday investigated the tangled ownership of the Happy Land social club to determine whether the landlords, including actress Kathleen Turner's husband, share responsibility in the fiery deaths of 87 people. The district attorney's office also said a grand jury had begun hearing evidence against Julio Gonzalez, a 36-year-old Cuban emigre who reportedly confessed to setting the fire at the illegal discotheque early Sunday.
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March 28, 1990 | From Associated Press
Prosecutors on Tuesday investigated the tangled ownership of the Happy Land social club to determine whether the landlords, including actress Kathleen Turner's husband, share responsibility in the fiery deaths of 87 people. The district attorney's office also said a grand jury had begun hearing evidence against Julio Gonzalez, a 36-year-old Cuban emigre who reportedly confessed to setting the fire at the illegal discotheque early Sunday.
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March 27, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
The husband of actress Kathleen Turner is one of the landlords of the illegal social club where arson killed 87 people, his lawyer said today. Roger Boyle said in a statement that Jay Weiss and a partner, Morris Jaffe, principals of Little Peach Realty Inc., leased the Bronx site in 1985 from Clarendon Place, a corporation controlled by Alex DiLorenzo III.
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March 31, 1990 | Associated Press
The man accused of torching an illegal Bronx social club was indicted on 178 counts of murder, arson and other charges Friday in connection with the blaze that killed 87 people. A state grand jury indicted Julio Gonzalez on one count of second-degree murder and one count of murder in the commission of a felony for each person killed early last Sunday inside the Happy Land social club. Gonzalez was also indicted on two counts of arson and single counts of attempted murder and assault.
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