The spreading scandal at the EPA

Russell Cook
American Thinker

A potentially major scandal is unfolding at the EPA, as the agency’s former head, Lisa Jackson, has been discovered to have used an email account under an alias for communication within her agency, evidently to avoid disclosure when FOIA requests ask to see her communications sent under her genuine name.

See Chris Horner’s guest post “EPA Doubles Down on ‘Richard Windsor’ Stonewall” at Anthony Watts’ blog today, the PDF file for the inital 2100 ’emails’ is at this link:

Do a screen search in that PDF file for the words American Thinker, and you see it appear 5 times among the “lisa jackson epa” Google Alert emails sent to the redacted “Administrator (b)(6)” recipient.

But did Ms Jackson ever bother to read ’em?

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