Despite his full public admission to be a co-conspirator in criminal activities against the Heartland Institute, a charity sympathetic to skeptics, Wikipedia is at pains to hide the fact Peter Gleick yesterday admitted to this felony published here at the Huffington Post .
In it’s latest entry (H/T: Paul Sheridan) added today (February 21, 2012) the Wikipedia entry for fraudster, Peter Gleick reads thus:
“On February 20, 2012, Gleick issued a statement in the Huffington Post explaining that he had received anonymous documents in the mail that seemed to contain details on the climate program strategy of The Heartland Institute, a pro-business think tank. He admitted to soliciting and receiving additional material from the Institute "under someone else's name," calling his actions "a serious lapse of my own and professional judgment and ethics." Andrew Revkin wrote at the New York Times that "Gleick has admitted to an act that leaves his reputation in ruins ... " ”
How many other media outlets that claim to serve the public but are in fact controlled by our self-serving elite, will also engage in this despicable cover up?