Two members of Congress sent a letter to EPA administrator Lisa Jackson over her use of the alias “Richard Windsor.” The congressmen, Fred Upton and Cliff Stearns, want Jackson to explain her actions.
“In recent weeks, questions have been raised in Congress and among public interest groups about the use of one or more secondary email accounts and aliases by you and potentially other officials at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),” they wrote in a letter addressed to Jackson. “Given your reported use of at least one alias email account in your conduct of agency business, we write to ask that you describe fully the nature and extent of this practice.”
The letter contains a detailed list of questions, including:
“According to press reports, you have a government issued email account under the alias ‘Richard Windsor.’ Is this accurate? Does this email account still exist, and do you use it?”
Read more at The Weekly Standard. By Daniel Halper.