You do know that people with knowledge of the effect of hot tear gas canisters on wood are perfectly capable of using that information to deliberately cause a fire?
Other sources have suggested there's evidence of the police deliberately allowing the fire to burn through the entire building including basement before allowing in the fire brigade. If the fire was an accident, why let it burn?
Recording a radio frequency does not support your claim that there were sources present at the scene that was cordoned off by law enforcement.
Let's not think too hard. Blizzard. Mountainous area. Police lock down. Guns. If you start thinking for a change you'll easily understand it's not an easy task to even consider trying to put out the fire.
There is no reason why fire rescue should be put in danger. Let the house burn.
The house was not purposely set on fire. There is no evidence to support that. None. Zero.
Indeed, I'm listening to some of the info coming out now. (not sure if it's true)
The guy sounds like a real hard ass. Silencers on nearly all his guns, Those "hundreds of rounds" were the cops guessing where he was within the house. The guy was definitely a pro. They were forced to burn the cabin down.