Should he be charged?

@ricki_911 (19461)
Toronto, Ontario
January 2, 2018 7:26pm CST
A tragic event happened last night when a house burnt down. The one lady couldnt get out and died. Luckily the two young kids and husband got out. Investigation shows no smoke alarm worked in the house or they didnt have any installed (which is actually illegal here). They believe the woman was dead before the flames got to her. It also damaged the neighbours house its a townhouse. Now should the husband be charged?
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@maezee (32284)
• United States
3 Jan
Why would the husband be charged? Did he start the fire?
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@ricki_911 (19461)
• Toronto, Ontario
3 Jan
Still investigating that. But no smoke alarms the home owner is charged. Example my landloed would be charged if i didnt have smoke alarms. This is endangering a minor as well.
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@paigea (22199)
• Canada
3 Jan
Did he cause the fire?
@ricki_911 (19461)
• Toronto, Ontario
3 Jan
The cause hasn't been released. But example if ny place burnt down and i don't have any working smoke alarms then my landlord would be chsrged.
@paigea (22199)
• Canada
3 Jan
@ricki_911 I suppose. But she was also the homeowner.
• Lucknow, India
3 Jan
If evidence suggests that it wasn't an accident and the husband is involved then yes... Otherwise Why??
@ricki_911 (19461)
• Toronto, Ontario
3 Jan
Home owner are charged when no smoke alarm or non working.