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Topic - Jerry Lucas
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Mentioning investigations into the Benghazi terrorist attack that left four Americans dead and the Internal Revenue Services' scrutinizing of nonprofit applications from tea party and other conservative groups, Mr. Lucas said he had expected stern consequences.
"Someone should have been prosecuted and his administration needs to do that," he said.