Ten Things Activists Tried to Keep Hidden as Part of Coordinated Exxon Attacks

Over the past several weeks, the well-funded, highly orchestrated #ExxonKnew campaign has continued to be exposed for what it is, with several major news outlets now reporting on closed-door meetings that took place between activists, wealthy foundations, law firms and media websites in an effort to attack Exxon. Newly revealed emails even show these activists held secret talks with the state attorneys general long before articles written by InsideClimate News and the Columbia School of Journalism were  published – directly contradicting claims made by the attorney general of New York and others that those articles were the impetus behind their actions.

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  1. just unreal. It sounds like a rico prosecution is exactly what is needed against these people, THEY clearly conspired to restrict and prevent commerce based upon an opinion, and they lied to others while doing so.

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