Glitches mar EPA release of first batch of ‘Windsorgate’ emails

Meanwhile, a few discs of the emails were obtained by parties to the litigation that resulted in the court order for the documents' release, but apparently there is no order such as a date sequence or size metric by which the materials were organized.

The absence of such a sequence or metric would make it much more difficult to assess the materials, particularly as to whether they are responsive to either the Freedom of Information Act request filed last year by Christopher Horner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) that prompted the controversy or the federal court that ruled in Hormer's favor last month and directed EPA to make the documents public.

A timeline of the events leading up to today's EPA posting can be seen on CEI's web site. Previous Examiner coverage of Windsorgate developments can be viewed here, here and here.