by James Delingpole
Imagine if a government agency had been conducting experiments on human guinea pigs using poisons it knew to be fatal at even the most minuscule levels.
It would be an international scandal, right? At least as bad as all those servicemen exposed to radiation during the atom bomb tests of the 1950s; and quite possibly heading for Dr. Mengele territory.
Yet today America’s most prestigious scientific institution – the National Academy of Sciences – will be examining just such a case of appalling, potentially criminal behaviour by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
The case against the EPA is set out here by Steve Milloy, the blogger and senior legal fellow at the Energy & Environment Legal Institute, who has been pursuing this story for four years…