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Nine years after he took part in an arson scheme, Damian Landry has been sentenced to six years in prison for his part in a fiery fraud plot.

The 43-year-old New Orleans, La. resident pled guilty in the case, admitting to coordinating with two other defendants to burn down his home in order to profit off of the insurance proceeds on Feb. 25, 2011. David Samuels and Charles Moss, both of whom still have yet to be sentenced, set fire to Landry’s house in December 2002. A short time after, Landry filed a claim for both the loss of his house and property, hoping to solve his own financial difficulties by collecting from the insurance company. 

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