Attorneys For 2 Charged In Center City Building Collapse Reveal Plan To Ask A Judge To Set Bail Contractor Griffin Campbell and heavy equipment operator Sean Benschop, both charged with third-degree murder in the June 5th, 2013 demolition site collapse that killed six and injured 13 at 22nd and Market Streets, could be set free to await trial.
Conspiracy Charge Upheld as Salvation Army Thrift Store Disaster Moves To TrialA judge sided with an earlier court ruling that the evidence shows the two defendants acted together in a risky manner, resulting in the death of six people.
Trial Ordered for 2 Men in Deadly Salvation Army Store CollapseDemolition contractor Griffin Campbell and heavy-equipment operator Sean Benschop are charged with six counts of third-degree murder.
2013 IN REVIEW: Collapse And Blame In Center City Building CatastropheA Philadelphia Grand Jury continues to investigate the deadly collapse of the Center City Salvation Army store in June.
No Bail For 2 Charged In Center City Building CollapseA judge has ruled that two men facing charges in a Philadelphia building collapse that killed six people will remain behind bars until their next court date in February.
UPDATE: Contractor In Deadly Center City Building Collapse Held Without BailGriffin Campbell, owner of the demolition company at the center of accident last June that killed six people, is being charged with six counts of third-degree murder.
OSHA Cites Demolition Contractor and Equipment Operator in Deadly Center City Building CollapseA new OSHA report a report pins much of the responsibility on demolition contractor Griffin Campbell and heavy equipment operator Sean Benschop. The building's owner and the Salvation Army are not mentioned.
Bail Reduction Denied For Demolition Worker in Deadly Center City Building CollapseDefendant Sean Benschop is the only person charged in the case, although a grand jury investigation continues.
Bail Revised For Crane Operator Charged In Deadly Building CollapseA judge has ruled that the demolition contractor charged in the deaths of six people buried when a building collapsed in Philadelphia must meet bail of $1.55 million.
Contractors Defend Their Actions In Building CollapseTwo contractors involved in a downtown Philadelphia building collapse hurled blame at each other Tuesday, through lawyers who broke their clients' weeklong silence about the disaster that killed six.
Attorney For Demolition Contractor Says Deadly Collapse Was Not His Client's FaultKenneth Edelin notes that contractor Griffin Campbell was on site when the 40-foot wall collapsed onto the Salvation Army Thrift Store, killing six people and injuring more than a dozen others.