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| Mon Feb 6, 2017 | 7:50pm EST Three arrested in '93 Los Angeles arson fire called deadliest in California By Dan Whitcomb | LOS ANGELES LOS ANGELES Three people with alleged ties to a notorious gang have been arrested in what prosecutors called the deadliest arson in California history, the intentionally set 1993 fire at a Los Angeles apartment building that killed 12 people, including two unborn babies. An unnamed fourth suspect wanted in connection with the nearly quarter-century old case has fled the country, authorities said at a press conference on Monday, and remains a fugitive. "This is a crime that resonates with every parent and really every human being," Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey said at a press conference. Ramiro Valerio, 43, and Joseph Monge, 41, were taken into custody on Friday and were each expected to face 12 counts of murder with special circumstances that could make them eligible for the death penalty, Lacey said. Johanna Lopez, 51, was arrested in 2011 and was awaiting trial in the case and will be re-arrested on charges of murder with special circumstances. Valerio's attorney, Gregory Rubel, said that his client was "not involved" in the fire and would ultimately be cleared of the charges. "He's been arrested six times in the last 24 years and each time he's been released. The same thing is going to happen in this case," he said. Rubel said that other suspects were arrested in connection with the arson in the late 1990s but that charges were ultimately dismissed against them. "It's a horrible case but at same time they've never been able to prosecute it," he said. Authorities say witnesses who had been too afraid of the powerful 18th Street gang to give evidence in 1993 were now more willing to testify.