Former Wall Street Exec Beats Arson Accusation, Collects $1.5 Million

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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C. Andrew Riley is a former Wall Street executive who purchased an ornate Victorian home in the Windham County town of Pomfret after his honeymoon 31 years ago. One day in February 2009, a fire broke out in the room where Riley stored family photos and mementos from his career. In addition, his wife had just received a $30,000 bonus check from her employer. That, too, was reduce to ash. In fact, much of the home's interior sustained extensive damage.

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  • Joschmo

    This article is absolutely fraught with errors. As one of the jurors in this case, I would know. Spelling and grammatical errors aside, the factual inaccuracies are as follows.

    1.The $30,000 check was in the room where the fire originated, but it did not burn.
    2.They raised 3 kids together, not 2.
    3.They weren’t heart attacks, according to Riley. They were “coronary events”
    4.Not to put too fine a point on it, the verdict was for $1,504,346.10, to be precise.

    Mr. Nolan, if you‘re going to attempt journalism, for the love of God at least TRY.

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