Crime

Martin Espinoza claims innocence on Facebook after "my mother's house f*cking burned down"

Martin Espinoza has been formally charged with 55 counts in relation to a giant condominium fire in Adams County that forced hundreds of people out of their homes.

But in a sprawling post shared on his Facebook page, Espinoza, twenty, claims his innocence, complains about being singled out as a suspect by authorities and laments that "my mother's house fucking burned down that day."

Photos, video and the entire Facebook post below.

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