EPA releases more than 2,100 emails from agency chief Lisa Jackson’s ‘alias’ account

The Environmental Protection Agency released the first round of emails as in response to a lawsuit filed by a conservative group concerned that Environmental Protection Agency Chief Administrator Lisa Jackson was using an “alias” email account to conceal her communications from public disclosure.

The suit sought access to messages from Jackson’s alternate email account using the terms “coal,” “climate,” “endanger,” or “MACT”.

However, the release was called “deeply troubling” by Competitive Enterprise Institute senior fellow Chris Horner, the man behind the lawsuit and discovery of Jackson’s email alias “Richard Windsor.”