After Even Deeper Collusion with Schneiderman Revealed, #ExxonKnew Campaign Tries to Change the Subject

Yesterday, Bloomberg broke a story that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is asking for more information about a second email address previously used by former ExxonMobil president and CEO Rex Tillerson, as part of his investigation of the company. The email address – which is in the company’s email system – had been issued for expedited communications with leadership in the company on a broad range of topics.

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  1. […] and billionaire activist Tom Steyer. We know these emails exist because he was forced to disclose a log of correspondence, which show close coordination particularly with Lee Wasserman of the Rockefeller […]

  2. […] know these emails exist because he was forced to disclose a log of correspondence, which show close coordination particularly with Lee Wasserman of the Rockefeller […]

  3. […] citing the case while soliciting donations from billionaire eco-activist Tom Steyer on at least two occasions. Schneiderman’s antics prompted the New York Post to run an editorial titled, “Eric […]

  4. […] citing the case while soliciting donations from billionaire eco-activist Tom Steyer on at least two occasions. Schneiderman’s antics prompted the New York Post to run an editorial titled, “Eric […]

  5. […] other logs provided to the court also reveal that Schneiderman was in close communication with the Rockefellers Family Fund and Rockefeller Brothers Fund (who have been bankrolling the entire #ExxonKnew campaign) as well as Steyer’s office. These […]

  6. […] Fund (who have been bankrolling the entire #ExxonKnew campaign) as well as Steyer’s office. These emails date back to early 2015, long before the original #ExxonKnew hit pieces were […]

  7. […] New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s investigation of ExxonMobil following several suspicious emails regarding “activities of specific companies regarding climate change” sent in early […]

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