Jason Lewis and Simon Parry
December 27, 2009
Editor’s note: Another attempt to discredit the emails and get on with the climate change agenda.
[efoods]The investigation into the so-called Warmergate emails – the leaked data from the University of East Anglia’s climate change department – took a new twist last night when The Mail on Sunday tracked the stolen messages to a suspect computer which provides internet access to China.
The address used to post the emails is also on an international ‘black list’ which highlights suspicious behaviour on the internet.
The revelation comes after the Russian security service, the FSB – the former KGB – authorised the release of confidential information that allowed us to retrace the route taken by the email traffic.
This article was posted: Sunday, December 27, 2009 at 4:29 pm