Now that the authorities have confiscated the computers of a few contrarian bloggers to see whether they can find evidence of who hacked the University of East Anglia’s e-mail servers, Lord Monckton is incensed! INCENSED, I tell you! He says he’s going to go after the climate scientists whose e-mails were stolen and have them prosecuted for fraud. Why him? Because the bumbling police don’t know much about climatology, so they need help to understand the “fraud”.
You’re probably thinking this is just another stupid political stunt, but don’t worry. Monckton said last year that he was going to have Rajendra Pachauri jailed for fraud and… well, I’m sure he’ll get around to it, sometime. He also said he was going to sue John Abraham for libel many moons ago, and he assures us the investigation is still underway. So if there’s one person we can count on to follow through on bombastic legal threats, it’s the 3rd Viscount of Brenchley.
Inspector Monckton appealed to his readers on Climate Depot to send him any evidence of fraud regarding climate issues. Does this count? (Note to Monckton: I did not just accuse you of “fraud”. I merely asked for legal advice, so please refrain from contacting my administration again to threaten legal action for suggesting that your fake data is “fraudulent”.) I encourage anyone in a position to do so to e-mail Monckton such information, because if there’s one thing he needs, it’s a clue.