M' Lord Bishop Hill has been kind enough to publish the Q&A session with Norfolk Constabulary who conducted the investigation into the hacking of the e-mails in the computer belonging to the Climate Research Centre at East Anglia University. It's not very long for the simple reason that the 'Plod' did not get very far with the investigation, and I don't say that as a criticism because unless you have the resources of the Government Communications Centre at Cheltenham (the spies with ears not eyes!) it is almost impossible to follow the trail of some hacker (or hackers) through the myriad mirrors provided by foreign servers. And anyway, who cares? Frankly, they did us all a favour by showing up those lying liars as, er, lying liars, or, even worse considering that they are supposed to be top-notch scientific swots, as hopeless, helpless dopes. There was one key sentence in the report which is worth pondering upon:
We identified a significant quantity of data that was taken in this way, certainly in excess of that which was subsequently published in the two files in 2009 and 2011. (My emphasis)
So perhaps there is more to come! Oh, yummy-yummy, can't wait.