described the film as "one percent reality and ninety-nine percent Hollywood." In addition, Johnson described the real life Lucas as "illiterate, vicious, violent, and everything Denzel Washington was not." Former DEA agents Jack Toal, Gregory Korniloff, and Louis Diaz filed a lawsuit against Universal, saying the events in the film were fictionalized and that the film defamed them and hundreds of other agents.

Who the hell is gonna look in a dead soldier's coffin?

My lawyer told me they couldn't take the money in the offshore accounts, and I had all my money stored in the Cayman Islands.

Lucas said that he made US$1 million per day selling drugs on 116th Street though this was later discovered to be an exaggeration.

He drifted through a life of petty crime until one particular occasion when, after a fight with a former employer, he fled to New York City on the advice of his mother.

Lucas is quoted as saying, "Ike knew everyone over there, every black guy in the Army, from the cooks on up." We did it, all right...ha, ha, ha...

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