Skip to comments.Chairman Hastings: Documents Raise Serious Questions
Posted on 05/10/2012 2:04:02 PM PDT by sheikdetailfeather
Chairman Hastings: Documents Raise Serious Questions about Thoroughness and Independence of Inspector Generals Investigation into Drilling Moratorium Report Hastings sends letter to IG and releases documents received by Committee to date
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 10, 2012 - House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Doc Hastings (WA-04) today sent a letter to Department of the Interiors Acting Inspector General Mary Kendall expressing deep concern with the thoroughness of the Office of Inspector Generals (IG) investigation into whether an Obama Administration report that recommended a six-month drilling moratorium was intentionally edited to incorrectly state the views of peer reviewers, and with the IGs explanation for refusing to comply with a Congressional subpoena for further information. Chairman Hastings today also released documents the Committee has received to date from the Interior Department and the Office of Inspector General. This includes emails from the IGs lead investigators that details how they were not able to obtain all DOI documents that may have been relevant to their investigation or interview White House staff involved in the editing of the report. Chairman Hastings has already requested additional emails from the IGs office so that the Committee can continue to look into this matter. Click here to view documents.
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I don’t mean to be rude; but, take a deep breath and post a cogent sentence so the rest of us might have a better understanding of the subject matter.
my thoughts exactly, nothing like a rambling disjointed story to fire up the base.
Amen. If you can’t express your thoughts in conversational English, don’t.
Read the Press Release which has the stilted language.
White House lied, jobs died
Thanks for the update. Obama has caused a lot of job loss with this moratorium and should be held accountable. Malkin is worth following on Twitter.
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