Climategate: Money laundering?
|November 27, 2009||Posted by O'Leary under Climate change|
I make no accusation, I am simply asking a question passed on to me by a reader. The reader copied this divulged e-mail on to me.
Also, it is important for us if you can transfer the ADVANCE money on the personal accounts which we gave you earlier and the sum for one occasion transfer (for example, during one day) will not be more than 10,000 USD. Only in this case we can avoid big taxes and use money for our work as much as possible. Please, inform us what kind of documents and financial reports we must represent you and your administration for these money.
Schemes to avoid taxes may be illegal in some jurisdictions, and I would welcome clarification on the point, to assure that they are not, and that these people have done no such wrong.
My best guess is that the climategate folk are in enough trouble already, so …
I am told that Dr. Keith Briffa would be the go to guy for clarification on this.
Note: In my view, climate change is not an ID issue – whether it is occurring or not, whether it is caused by man or not.
Our reason for watching this brief is rather the extent to which scientists may have collaborated to prevent a full and fair evaluation of the evidence.
If they do it with climate change, they might also do it with Darwinism, cancer research, and any number of other areas.