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DOE caught removing names from old press releases

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Now why would they do this? I mean, transparency in government
and all...

DOE Caught Removing Company's Name From Old Press Releases

Posted on October 20, 2011 by Conservative Byte

Thanks to CNBC, the Department of Energy has been caught removing references to "SunPower," a solar energy company that was given $1.2 billion in loan guarantees, from old press releases (H/T Hotair).

"The changes occurred in two press releases from the Department of Energy's loan guarantee program — the same program that has been the center of controversy surrounding the failed solar company Solyndra," reports Eamon Javers of CNBC.

"Both were changed to remove the name of a company that has received negative press attention in recent days, SunPower, and replace it with the name of another company, NRG Energy," he added
Not the DOE, but it has just been discovered that someone was also removing legal references, from SCOTUS cases, with anything to do with "Natural Born Citizen", before the election in 2008.

Why would anybody want to do that?

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