Activists Admit at Friendly Forum They’ve Been Working with NY AG on Climate RICO Campaign for Over a Year

 

At a forum on Wednesday hosted by the Congressional Progressive Caucus, several climate activists including Naomi Oreskes and representatives from the Union of Concerned Scientists admitted that they have been meeting with the state Attorneys General launching climate RICO investigations for over a year.

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  1. antman says:

    Have you seen this comment at WUWT with more evidence of co-ordination: https://wattsupwiththat.com/2016/06/02/more-rico20-gmu-emails-released/#comment-2229354

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