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EPA official quits after ‘crucify’ comment outcry -- what the frack?

Al Armedariz, the Environmental Protection Agency official at the center of budding scandal surrounding a 2010 video in which he said the EPA should "crucify" polluters, has resigned. Armendariz, head of the EPA's South and Southwest region in Dallas, sent a letter to EPA administrator Lisa Jackson late Sunday informing her of his decision to [...]
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