In his HuffPo confession, Peter Gleick made some statements that only bring up more questions:
At the beginning of 2012, I received an anonymous document in the mail describing what appeared to be details of the Heartland Institute’s climate program strategy. It contained information about their funders and the Institute’s apparent efforts to muddy public understanding about climate science and policy.
I do not know the source of that original document but assumed it was sent to me because of my past exchanges with Heartland and because I was named in it.
You sure about that Mr. Gleick? Certainly the letter came in an envelope. Certainly that envelope had a dated postmark indicating the post office that received it. And certainly this postmarked envelope could possibly help defend yourself against the accusations that you produced the “Fake Memo”. So if it did indeed come anonymously, wouldn’t any prudent person including you save the envelope? Of course you would. So please provide us a copy.
Also, Mr. Gleick, can you please tell us whether or not there was any accompanying cover letter in the envelope? If so, surely you have that document too. Please provide us a copy of that too, please.
We’ll be anxiously awaiting your reply, Peter.
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