A memorial hall built in the 1950s to commemorate the deaths of three people in the Great Florida Fire was recently demolished.
The memorial hall was built in a former industrial park in Outwood and is now the site of a community memorial.
The center has since become a place of remembrance for the victims of the fire.
But in a new lawsuit filed in federal court, the victims’ family says that the memorial was a “deceptive, deceitful and false” scheme.
According to the lawsuit, the center was set up to honor the memory of the deceased by putting up memorials to their friends and loved ones, but in reality, the owners of the memorials were in on the deception.
The lawsuit also alleges that the owner of the site is responsible for the damage to the memorial, which is now covered in debris.
According a press release from the Justice Department, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, David J. Weintraub, and the FBI have opened criminal investigations.
The suit claims that the owners, the company that built the memorial and the state of Florida are guilty of engaging in “fraudulent, deceptive, and fraudulent practices.”
“The defendants’ fraudulent scheme resulted in the wrongful destruction of property and destroyed the lives of the victims and their loved ones,” according to the Justice Department’s statement.
“The Defendants violated victims’ rights by deliberately deceiving the public about the existence and function of the Ards Memorial Hall and its activities and misrepresenting the nature and extent of the damages resulting from their conduct.”
According to court documents, the ardrosan memorial was constructed in the late 1950s in the aftermath of the Great Fire of 1925 and is located in OutWOOD, Florida, near Lake Okeechobee.
According the lawsuit: “The Ards memorial Hall was constructed with the intent to honor those who died during the fire and the subsequent rebuilding efforts.
The purpose of the ards memorial hall is to remember those who lost their lives during the Great Lake Fire of 1926, a devastating fire that destroyed approximately 2,200 acres of the lake.
The Ards is a small memorial to those who perished in the fire, and to the many lives that were lost during the course of the fires restoration effort.
The ards is located at a point of intersection of the North Avenue and South Avenue avenues, on the site where the Great Falls Tower was built.
The structure was designed to be a memorial to the people who lost life during the fires and their families.
The design was intended to honor all of the people, families and individuals who lost loved ones in the fires that swept through the Everglades in 1925.”
In addition to the Ardrosa Memorial Hall, the state has several memorials that are located on land owned by the Arrdrosa family.
One of the main sites is the Arndrosa Family Park, which was built with the help of a private donor.
The park has several ards that were erected to commemorate deceased victims of a fire that occurred on July 31, 1926, that claimed the lives the Ardenys.
The building has a plaque dedicated to the memory and legacy of the four deceased victims.
“This memorial is a memorial, a monument, a tribute to all those who have lost loved one in the great fires,” said Attorney Robert F. Loeffler, the lead counsel in the ArDS case.
“It is a monument to those victims who died and their family members who lost the chance to have a memorial in their own name.
It is a tribute, a symbol, and a reminder of the many sacrifices they and their children made in order to build the Arda’s memorial.”