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Man who set fire to subway station gets 7 years

A firebug who admitted to setting a blaze in a subway token booth — with a station worker still inside — was sentenced to 7 years behind bars Wednesday. “Yeah, I did it,” Everett Robinson told Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Bruce Balter. Robinson had faced up to 15 years before copping to reduced charges in July...
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