Hockey-sticking it to the Mann
Jul 25, 2012 at 12:18 am
It's always fun to go away for a weekend and come back to another law suit - in this case, hockey-stick prof Michael Mann claiming I defamed him in a National Review post. We'll link here to any interesting commentary on the case as it arises, starting with this post from Watts Up With That, which I like mainly because of the plonking earnestness of the "Caped Climate Crusader" in waders clutching a hockey stick.
Here's a view from Down Under at Australian Climate Madness.
This screenshot from our old friend the Binksmeister provides an interesting glimpse of the plaintiff's attitude to admissibility. I do hope Dr Mann isn't being unduly inconvenienced by the burdens of round-the-clock comment deletion.* See also here and, with chapter and verse, here:
Especially if they're Canadian. Surveying the various targets of his wrath, Xanthippa asks the big question:
It may be time for a class action suit from the sinister International Canadian Conspiracy.
Meanwhile, over at Daily Kos, his supporters are urging him to follow the money:
Alas, they're not as huge as the sums Michael Mann's lawyer John B Williams got from Big Oil:
We'll post more links as they arise.
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