Dating email from angola
The video was controversial because of suspicions he may have recorded it in prison.
The son of Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos is again at the centre of controversy following reports that the Angolan Sovereign Wealth Fund he effectively controls has invested R3-billion in a “trophy” property in London’s Mayfair district.
Ansardi granted George and Delores Thomas the full amount sought by their attorney, Trey Mustian.“For my clients, it’s been a 15-year odyssey,” Mustian said after the ruling.
“They’ve been through a great deal, and it means a lot to us to bring some closure to this.”Miller, who was not in the courtroom Wednesday, maintains his innocence from Louisiana State Prison at Angola.
Norfolk police subsequently confirmed that they were "investigating criminal offences in relation to a data breach at the University of East Anglia" with the assistance of the Metropolitan Police's Central e-Crime unit, Commenting on the involvement of the NDET, a spokesman said: "At present we have two police officers assisting Norfolk with their investigation, and we have also provided computer forensic expertise.
While this is not strictly a domestic extremism matter, as a national police unit we had the expertise and resource to assist with this investigation, as well as good background knowledge of climate change issues in relation to criminal investigations." However, the police cautioned that "major investigations of this nature are of necessity very detailed and as a consequence can take time to reach a conclusion." On 18 July 2012, the Norfolk police finally decided to close its investigation because they did not have a "realistic prospect of identifying the offender or offenders and launching criminal proceedings within the time constraints imposed by law".
The most recent, “Penitentiary Chances,” was released in April 2016 and spawned a music video for the song “Dear Supreme Court” in which Miller implored the state’s high court to free him.
In response to the controversy, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) released statements supporting the scientific consensus that the Earth's mean surface temperature had been rising for decades, with the AAAS concluding, "based on multiple lines of scientific evidence that global climate change caused by human activities is now underway...
it is a growing threat to society." However, the reports called on the scientists to avoid any such allegations in the future by taking steps to regain public confidence in their work, for example by opening up access to their supporting data, processing methods and software, and by promptly honouring freedom of information requests.
Mosher received a posting from the hacker complaining that nothing was happening and replied: "A lot is happening behind the scenes. Much is being coordinated among major players and the media. You will notice the beginnings of activity on other sites now.
Here soon to follow." Shortly afterwards, the emails began to be widely publicised on climate-sceptic blogs.