Environmentalists caught lying in bid to destroy jobs. Yet again.

An Interior Department report released yesterday exposes a plan by a National Park Service scientist to misuse photographs in a bid to shut down jobs at the Drake’s Bay Oyster Company, the New York Times reports.

The 36-page report (found here) comes after an informant blew the whistle on attempts by Interior employees to falsify evidence in a bid to frighten people about oyster harvesting.  It finds Sarah Allen misused photographs to falsely claim oyster harvesting was harming seal populations at Point Reyes National Seashore.  The report also implicates five other Interior employees.

The Interior Department stopped short of saying it had done any wrong, declaring Allen “and her superiors — including Jon Jarvis, director of the National Park System — had not violated any law,” the Times reports.

“It’s not surprising that environmental radicals are once again lying in a bid to destroy jobs.  It’s also not surprising the Interior Department’s investigation of the Interior Department found the Interior Department did no wrong.  The fact the lies were so blatant they publicly admitted their own scientists falsified evidence suggests we need further investigation of this, and many, many other falsified enviro claims,” said American Tradition Partnership Executive Director Donald Ferguson.

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