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Club Fire Tragedy: One Year Later
AG Lynch does not see a plea agreement in the case
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(Providence-AP) -- Attorney General Patrick Lynch says he can't foresee striking any agreement that would keep the three men charged in The Station nightclub fire out of jail.

Through his spokesman, Lynch tells The Associated Press there are only two outcomes in the case against club owners Jeffrey and

Michael Derderian and band tour manager Dan Biechele.

One is a plea to the charges. The other is a finding of guilt or innocence before a judge or jury.

Lynch's remarks were made on the first anniversary of The Station fire.

The Derderians and Biechele -- who lit the pyros -- are charged with 200 counts of involuntary manslaughter. They have pleaded innocent to the charges.

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