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Crime Arson suspect in Heights museum fire says God told him to do it

23:35  04 november  2019
23:35  04 november  2019 Source:   khou.com

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Arson suspect Forrest Gordon Clark was charged with aggravated arson and criminal threats, among others. Residents are fighting to save their homes as When the judge explained the process further to him, Clark said , "I comprehend. I do not understand though." He is due back in court August 17 for

Mental evaluation ordered for arson suspect in California Holy Fire after outbursts in court. When he told Clark he wanted nothing to do with him, the suspect swore at him and called him a jerk, Millian said . The next morning, Milligan said , he got a mysterious text from an unknown number: "911 call

The man charged with arson in the fire that destroyed the Wilde Collection museum in the Heights appeared in court for the first time Monday.

a person sitting at a desk in front of a television: Court video: Arson suspect in Heights museum fire appears in front of judge© Provided by TEGNA Inc. Court video: Arson suspect in Heights museum fire appears in front of judge

A judge gave the suspect, Jonathan Jindra, a $50,000 bond.

During the probable cause hearing we learned Jindra's ex-girlfriend worked at the store, but she was not in the building during the fire. Though, there were other employees and customers in the store when Jindra allegedly ignited the fire.

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While being interviewed by authorities in a hospital, Ellison confessed to the fire , citing that God told him to do it . Spokane Valley Fire Marshal Kevin Miller told the newspaper that federal arson charges were typical for arson cases involving large apartment complexes.

The 2011–2012 Los Angeles arson attacks were a series of fires started on December 29 said that Burkhart was "motivated by rage against Americans" and sought to terrorize as many She called Harry to tell him to bring money and documents to her after which they fled Frankfurt On January 4, 2012 German prosecutors told the Associated Press that Harry Burkhart was a suspect in an

Thankfully, none of them were injured.

Jindra told investigators that God spoke to him on Halloween and told him to burn the store.

Court records state Jindra went to Walmart to purchase two gas cans before going to a gas station to fill them.

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Jindra even admitted to drinking a few beers before going to Wilde Collection because he was nervous.

Court records state he wanted to fulfill the book of Revelation.

A Twitter account with Jindra's first and last name posted Friday, “The Wilde Collection is dead. By my own hand and wrath I say this.”

That account has since been suspended.

Jindra told the judge he wants to represent himself.

Court documents indicate Jindra may have a mental health issue.

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