All of your "history" has been debunked. Only one door was locked. All other doors were open. The deaths were mainly due to incompetent government fire services. The government water main failed, the government ladders only went up to the 8th floor and the fire was on the 9th floor and above. A trial was held and the owners were exonerated and their fire insurance was ordered to be paid. How was life on the government-run Indian reservations back then? "Trail of Tears" ring any bells?