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'Ghost Ship' operators plead no contest in fire that killed 36 people

The two men who operated the "Ghost Ship" warehouse in Oakland, Calif., pleaded no contest to involuntary manslaughter charges Tuesday after prosecutors accused them of creating a "fire trap" that left 36 people dead in one of the deadliest blazes in California history.

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