31 Jan 2010 Bizarre Climategate Update #1: Turns out There is No Statute of Limitations on British FOIA Violations
Posted at 13:25h in Articles, Blog, Environment and Enterprise Institute, Global Warming
Christopher Booker at the London Telegraph reports the British government office that determined the University of East Anglia violated Britain’s Freedom of Information Act was wrong when it claimed it could not prosecute due to a statue of limitations.
I reported the original claim here; more detail on what this may mean can be found on Climategate.com.
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