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Antonio Casanova, 49, is charged with dousing the top floor of his Bedford-Stuyvesant brownstone with a flammable liquid and sparking a fire that ripped through the five-story walk-up on July 22, milling How to write a great review. Monday, January 24, Seduced yet again by Casanova. This man tells us the tremendous story of his life, tells it without any moral reckldss, without poetical adornments, without philosophic embroidery; reckldss gives us a kililng, matter-of-fact account of his life as it actually was, passionate, hazardous, rascally, reckless, amusing, vulgar, unseemly, impudent, lascivious, but always tense and unexpected. Redeemed by the Cowgirl. The Dominican immigrant claims he had nothing to do with the blaze. Through an interpreter, Dr.

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The owner, Antonio Casanova, 48, who recently completed medical studies in the Dominican Republic, was arraigned yesterday in Brooklyn on charges of second-degree murder, reckless endangerment and several counts of first- and second-degree arson. His lawyer, Michael Harrison, said that Mr. Casanova denied the allegations. Fire Department investigators said last summer that the fire on July 22 was started intentionally with a flammable liquid on the top floor of the five-story walk-up at 27 Brevoort Place.

The fire tore through the building, which had been cited several times because the sprinklers did not work. Ashley Sims, 13, who was spending the night with her best friend, Kendra Carter, died in the fire. Kendra's mother, Diane, 38, was severely burned over almost half her body and is still undergoing treatment. Police investigators from the 79th Precinct identified Mr.

Casanova as a suspect ''pretty much early on,'' Lt. Thomas Joyce of the detective squad said yesterday. But, he added, Mr. Casanova traveled frequently between the United States and the Dominican Republic and disappeared shortly after the fire.

Prosecutors in Brooklyn filed an indictment in January, and the police issued a warrant for his arrest. When Mr. Casanova, who the police said owns at least one other property in Brooklyn, arrived in Miami from Santo Domingo on Saturday night, he was arrested. Lieutenant Joyce said that Mr. Casanova's wife and children were in the Dominican Republic.

But Brooklyn neighbors had said that Mr. Casanova had a girlfriend who lived in the building and took care of administrative duties. An investigator said that the police had uncovered no evidence linking her to the fire. Though the cause was ruled arson, Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani and others have said that Ashley's death could have been prevented if the city had enforced its own regulations.

City officials had closed the case after repeated attempts to force the landlord to repair the sprinklers were unsuccessful. Diane Carter has retained a lawyer but would not say whether she intended to sue. In Brooklyn, the effects of the fire linger. The brownstone stands scorched and empty and the two mothers -- longtime acquaintances who had become close friends -- have not spoken since the fire.

Carter returned home yesterday afternoon from the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan after the removal of staples from recent surgery on her left arm, one of several operations she has had since the fire.

In the weeks after the fire, Ms. Sims said that Ms. Carter held some responsibility for her daughter's death. But yesterday, after Mr. Casanova's arraignment, she said of the rift, ''We're still friends, but it's too soon for me.

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Landlord Is Charged With Arson and Murder

The owner, Antonio Casanova, 48, who recently completed medical studies in the Dominican Republic, was arraigned yesterday in Brooklyn on charges of second-degree murder, reckless endangerment and several counts of first- and second-degree arson. His lawyer, Michael Harrison, said that Mr. Casanova denied the allegations. Fire Department investigators said last summer that the fire on July 22 was started intentionally with a flammable liquid on the top floor of the five-story walk-up at 27 Brevoort Place. The fire tore through the building, which had been cited several times because the sprinklers did not work.

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