Skip to comments.The Mysterious Case Of Richard Windsor
Posted on 01/18/2013 12:57:51 PM PST by Nachum
All is not as it appears in the case of Richard Windsor, the alias used by outgoing EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, apparently to shield email messages from discovery and disclosure. Under court order to cough up the email messages to Chris Horner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and having turned over a first installment of 2,100 such email messages earlier this week, the Obama administration is making this a case that might challenge the ingenuity of Sherlock Holmes. With Horners assistance, my daughter Eliana tries to pierce the fog of administrative war in her NRO column Lisa Jacksons gadfly.
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If you were a government contractor or financial officer who had pulled something like this to avoid disclosure laws, you would be sitting in a Federal Prison awaiting trial.
Holder was held in civil contempt for F&F; it should have been criminal, and IIRC, Issa's committee is still awaiting documents.
She’s not the only one, just the one who was caught.
Wasn’t she the one who was responsible for the turning off the irrigation water to the California Central Valley farmers? The excuse was some 2 inch fish that was supposedly endangered by the damn. Sean Hannity went to the area to do a feature, he interviewed farmers and farm workers who were begging the EPA to not destroy their livelyhood.
I kept thinking, why didn’t tough guy Gov. Schwarzeneggar not send the California guard to protect the water source for the farmers? He should have called Obama’s bluff. What would Obama do, have a war with the national guard?
Some of those folks that had farms reduced to some ugly dust bowl, losing everything were my cousins. I can’t seem to forgive the folks that were a part of that.
I hope they sue the EPA!