BROOKLYN - The three supervisors charged in connection with the deadly 2007 fire at the Deutsche Bank tower were acquitted of all charges today.
The judge did find the John Galt Corporation guilty of a misdemeanor charge of reckless endangerment.
The fire resulted in the deaths of firefighters Joseph Graffagnino, of Brooklyn, and Robert Beddia.
Prosecutors had alleged that the three men and company knew about a broken water pipe in the tower. When the fire broke out, the two firefighters became trapped inside and were killed.
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