Man sets self on deadly fire outside Trump’s trial

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A man set himself on fire in a park across the street from the New York City courthouse where former President Donald Trump is on trial for hush money. 

NBC News reported that the man was in an area across from Manhattan Supreme Court that was cordoned off for protestors. Flames from the fire reached 20 feet into the air.

Trump was inside the downtown Manhattan courthouse and has been made aware of the fire outside, sources told ABC News.

Officials told people inside the courtroom – including Trump — that they were free to leave the building.

It was not clear if court would adjourn for the day as a result of the incident, nor was it immediately clear if the incident was related to Trump’s trial, but conspiracy theory pamphlets – the nature of which has not been specified – were found around the 37-year old Floridian. 

The man was badly burned and taken away from the scene on a stretcher. He later died in hospital. 

The man’s motives were unknown but papers involving conspiracy theories were said to be found around him. 

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