WUWT contributor Russell Cook notes:
EPA has scrubbed all 191 photos off their photo log / list view pages http://www.epaosc.org/site/image_listview.aspx?site_id=11082 . If the #1 item at this page is an accurate indicator, the scrub took place on Sunday.
I had visited that site last week when the event first happened and I wrote my first report, and I can confirm that the photos below, plus many more, are now gone.
What could have rendered all those photos, which were previously labeled “Security Level: Public“, as now not for public viewing?
What is the EPA hiding with this unwarranted action? – Anthony Watts
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