by Stephan Dinan
Washington Times

Former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, who used a secret email alias during her time at the agency, lashed out Tuesday at the Trump administration for destroying the agency’s credibility by being “non-transparent.”…

In Ms. Jackson’s case, she used the alias “Richard Windsor” for her official EPA email account — including at one point pretending to be her own assistant in order to fool a would-be emailer.

Meanwhile, she and other top lieutenants regularly used personal email to correspond with environmental groups about government business, apparently hoping to keep it beyond the reach of open-records laws.

Christopher Horner, the researcher who discovered Ms. Jackson’s use of “Richard Windsor,” mocked her complaints of a change at EPA.

“This is the lady most famous for a false identity, who used a private Verizon email account under her real name for correspondence with Sierra Club and ‘green jobs’ lobbyists,” Mr. Horner said

“Ah, transparency,” he said. “Heaven help us, let’s hope EPA has changed.”

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