Newsmax: Democratic Attorneys General Hiding Details of Climate Change Investigation

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by Theodore Bunker
Newsmax.com

Over a dozen Democrat attorneys general signed an agreement to keep their findings secret in their investigation into Exxon Mobile for possibly misleading investors about climate change.

Signed in April and May by representatives for 17 attorneys general, the Common Interest Agreement is often used by prosecutors during investigations that include litigation. The Energy and Environment Legal Institute, which obtained the revealing documents, claims they were “clearly drafted to obstruct open-records requests while these AGs carried out a political campaign against their critics.”

“It’s baffling that these AGs feel they can trample on their own states’ public records laws,” E&E general counsel David W. Schnare said in a statement Thursday, according to The Washington Times.

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by Theodore Bunker
Newsmax.com

Over a dozen Democrat attorneys general signed an agreement to keep their findings secret in their investigation into Exxon Mobile for possibly misleading investors about climate change.

Signed in April and May by representatives for 17 attorneys general, the Common Interest Agreement is often used by prosecutors during investigations that include litigation. The Energy and Environment Legal Institute, which obtained the revealing documents, claims they were “clearly drafted to obstruct open-records requests while these AGs carried out a political campaign against their critics.”

“It’s baffling that these AGs feel they can trample on their own states’ public records laws,” E&E general counsel David W. Schnare said in a statement Thursday, according to The Washington Times.

Read more.