A killer tornado roars into south Oklahoma City on May 3, 1999. The storm, which also cut through Moore, Okla., killed 43 people and destroyed hundreds of homes in central Oklahoma. Winds in excess of 300 mph were among the most violent ever recorded.
In light of recent events and Attorney General Scott Pruitt's decision to investigate Rogers County public officials which process would you prefer?
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