Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Al Gore's InconvenientLies

Letter sent to most Australian MSM editors:

During an interview on ABC TV 7:30 report this week, Al Gore was asked: “There was also, though, a British judge who ruled that there were in fact, I think, nine errors when it was challenged in court?”

To which, Al Gore replied: “Well, the ruling was in my favour.”

Like his Inconvenient movie, this statement was inconveniently untrue

A leading UK lawyer, who represented the parent that sued Al Gore in the British High Court, has laughed off Al Gore’s claim. Speaking from London John Day, a senior partner in Malletts Solicitors, said Mr Gore was misrepresenting what the judge had found. “The judge found there were nine serious scientific errors in the film." He said the court ordered that the film was "not suitable to be shown in British schools without a health warning. Mr Justice Burton said an Inconvenient Truth wasn't fit to be shown in British schools without suitably corrected guidance which drew attention to the errors in the film and its political partisanship."

How long do we have to put up with Al Gore’s Inconvenient Lies?

Geoff Brown
The Climate Sceptics
118 Pacific Highway East
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1 comment:

  1. The judge also issued a statement after the ruling: "I conclude that the claimant substantially won this case by virtue of my finding that, but for the new guidance note, the film would have been distributed in breach of sections 406 and 407 of the 1996 Education Act."


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