Ex-CIA agent emails former colleagues of disgraced United Nations professor offering millions for evidence of climate fraud.
Kent Clizbe took time out from a busy work schedule this week to help climate skeptics in efforts to nail one of their biggest targets in the global warming scam, Penn. State University professor, Michael ‘hockey stick’ Mann.
Mann is the climate scientist who devised the so-called ‘hockey stick’ graph that the UN used to blame human emissions of carbon dioxide for ‘global warming.’ The UN has since dropped the discredited graph from its publicity while Mann has been subject to increasing legal scrutiny.
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The latest initiative follows hot on the heels of last week’s courtroom success for Virginia Attorney General, Ken Cuccinelli against Mann’s former employers at the University of Virginia. The university squandered half a million dollars in a desperate attempt to withhold past records of Mann from Cuccinelli. A court ruling ended such shenanigans.
Buoyed by the success Clizbe has been able to identify over 40 ex-colleagues of Mann at the University of Virginia (U.Va) and he’s making each and everyone one of them a tempting multi-million dollar offer.
Clizbe first got involved in the search for whistleblowers last year at Penn State when the Climategate scandal first hit the headlines. He explains his sudden return to the action, ”I’ve been inundated with other work, so hadn’t been able to do much to support the work to uncover Mann’s activities in Virginia.”
Using his adept intelligence training to good effect Clizbe easily obtained a list of Mann’s colleagues during his time at U.Va’s Dept of Environmental Sciences. The data is publicly available via the services of Web Archive.org that has U.Va’s DES faculty list from March of 2000.
Clizbe has now sent the following New Year Greeting to Mann’s former colleagues:
Greetings and best wishes for a prosperous New Year.
I understand that you worked in the University of Virginia’s Department of Environmental Sciences with Dr Michael Mann, during the period 1999-2005.
After last year’s whistleblower revelations of emails between climate researchers and data from the University of East Anglia’s Climate Research Unit, there are on-going investigations into potential fraudulent use of grant funds in Climate Research in the US. I am assisting interested parties who may have details of fraud in climate research to make contact with the proper authorities, and to share in the rewards paid when the funds are recovered. I have no financial interest in this whatsoever. My role is simply to help those who would like to do the right thing make contact with the proper authorities. This is my own personal project, to help the truth come to light.
University of Virginia Stonewalling Search for Evidence
In April of last year, the Attorney General of Virginia requested the University of Virginia to produce documents related to Dr Michael Mann’s tenure at U.Va between 1999 and 2005. The State is researching the potential of fraud in Mann’s receipt of nearly half a million dollars in State grants for climate-research. It is possible that information from Mann’s time at U.Va. could also illuminate potential fraudulent receipt of federal grants in his later work, at the Pennsylvania State. U.Va refuses to cooperate, so far.
Whistleblower Rewards Program
The federal government has established vigorous programs to identify and prosecute fraudulent grant applications and administration. The US Department of Justice (DOJ) administers the False Claims Act. It allows rewards for those who come forward with details of grant fraud to share in the recovery of federal funds. This reward can be as much as 30% of the total amount reclaimed. The program is almost completely reliant on insiders to report their knowledge of the fraud in their institutions.
Attorney Literally "Wrote the Book" on Fraud Recovery Lawsuits
Joel Hesch, Esq., of Hesch and Associates, literally wrote the book on how to report federal fraud. He has an extensive background in representing whistleblowers in all types of federal funding fraud cases, including Educational/Research Grant Fraud. According to Mr Hesch: "Many institutions receive grants, whether for research or educational purposes. When they lie to get the grant or keep the grant or if they use the funds for purposes outside the grant, they are liable under the DOJ program. There have been many grant cases brought by whistleblowers."
Do you know of anyone with details on potentially fraudulent grant activities at U.Va or PSU?
If you know of anyone who might have details about fraudulent statements or actions by recipients of federal grant funds for climate research, please have them contact me immediately at the below email or cell phone. Alternatively, they may also contact Mr Hesch directly and let him know that they were referred by me. All communications are completely confidential. They may want to consider using a third party email service (Yahoo, Hotmail, or other) instead of work email to communicate.
Up to 30% of $50 million (the total amount Mann claims to have received in federal funds for climate research) could net a whistleblower more than $10 million. Ask your friends to do the right thing, and be rewarded for doing it.
Our country, and in fact, the entire world is counting on someone to stand up and tell the truth about climate research. The effects of moving forward with taxes and policies based on fraudulent science could potentially cripple the US economy and cost lives and jobs for generations.
Look forward to hearing from you.
All the best.