A document was filed with FERC questioning the validity of public comments submitted to FERC in support of the pipeline. Did NEXUS Pipeline forge public comments? Do dead people send comment letters.
You tell me…
Specifically, Intervenors protest, object to and move to strike from the record of this proceeding Exhibits A through O which are attached to the annexed Declaration of PaulWohlfarth, being letters submitted as public comments by Mary Blaser, Thomas Hart, BarbaraVaculik, Anthony Smith, Daniel Szych, Sharon Sperry, Glenn England, Nancy Wiegand, MajelDazley, David Fink, Carole Forte, Alan Powers, Debra Omler, Jason Clay, and Ivars Magons. Allhave been investigated and exposed as forgeries.
Someone appears to have undertaken widespread criminal fraud to influence the outcomeof this federal pipeline certificate proceeding
Wohlfarth learned information tending to prove that the comment letterswere forged and/or falsified and that the persons who are claimed to have authored them did notdo so, nor did they give any permission to do so. In one instance, the party purportedly signingthe letter has been deceased since 1998
You can read the document HERE.
We must stop all oil and gas infrastructure or humans and animals will not survive.
This is a photo of my favorite sign at the DAPL Pipeline protest in Dallas today.
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Paul Wohlfarth says
Nexus pipeline controversy: Dead man’s name, others appear in letters supporting the plan
Holt said robocalls for such efforts are being used all over the country and is the way CEA has done it for almost a decade. This latest survey is one of two CEA did this year.
Publicity about the letters has caused Holt to rethink the policy. After all the controversy, Holt said the company likely will not use the automated system again.
“The process must be improved,” he said. “I suspect we will no longer use the automated call system again. Even though it is used throughout the country. We recognize that were problems for some people.”
This definitely skews the numbers of supporting comments to FERC.
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