FILE - In this Sept. 29, 2006 file photo, Michael Derderian, left, and brother Jeffrey Derderian stand in Kent County Superior Court in Warwick, R.I., during a sentencing hearing for a 2003 fire at their West Warwick nightclub that killed 100 people. Ten years later, the imprint of the fire remains - including in the state's strict fire code, passed soon after the blaze, that requires all nightclubs like The Station to install sprinklers. (AP Photo/Bob Breidenbach, Pool, File)

Associated Press
FILE - In this Sept. 29, 2006 file photo, Michael Derderian, left, and brother Jeffrey Derderian stand in Kent County Superior Court in Warwick, R.I., during a sentencing hearing for a 2003 fire at their West Warwick nightclub that killed 100 people.  Ten years later, the imprint of the fire remains - including in the state's strict fire code, passed soon after the blaze, that requires all nightclubs like The Station to install sprinklers. (AP Photo/Bob Breidenbach, Pool, File)
FILE - In this Sept. 29, 2006 file photo, Michael Derderian, left, and brother Jeffrey Derderian stand in Kent County Superior Court in Warwick, R.I., during a sentencing hearing for a 2003 fire at their West Warwick nightclub that killed 100 people. Ten years later, the imprint of the fire remains - including in the state's strict fire code, passed soon after the blaze, that requires all nightclubs like The Station to install sprinklers. (AP Photo/Bob Breidenbach, Pool, File)
View Comments (0)