EPA chief used alias to email with environmentalists
“So, an email account created in the name of a fictitious employee was indeed affirmatively used to present that false identity,” Competitive Enterprise Institute senior fellow Chris Horner told The Daily Caller News Foundation, the man behind the lawsuit that forced the EPA to turn over the Richard Windsor emails.
“This shreds, again, the flimsy claim of Windsor apologists that this wasn’t an effort to hide anything, or make anyone think these emails were anyone else’s,” Horner added. “This was nothing but a fun way to do what everyone else has done. Except for that part about everyone else using their own identity.”