Another Permanent Error Apology

by Hal Mooz 30. April 2012 12:08

Senior EPA official resigns over 'crucify' strategy with oil industry

Saying he had become a distraction, a senior Environmental Protection Agency official who used the word "crucify" to describe how the EPA enforced laws in the oil industry resigned on Monday. "My continued service will distract you and the agency," Al Armendariz said in his resignation letter to EPA chief Lisa Jackson. "I regret comments I made several years ago that do not in any way reflect my work as regional administrator," Armendariz said in his letter. Armendariz, who was head of the EPA's South Central office, came under fire from Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., who was informed of the two-year-old video last week and launched an inquiry.







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