As we reported on April the 22nd, in response to a request for information in late-February regarding high altitude aerosol spraying by Māori activist and lawyer, Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn, the New Zealand Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) replied fallaciously that it was an “urban myth” and did not exist.
In order to establish what evidence this “urban myth” comment was based upon, post-graduate researcher, Malcolm Scott, who has been investigating the manner government responds to requests for information on the topic of chemtrails, submitted an Official Information Act 1982 Request to the EPA.
In his letter dated June the 1st, 2016, he asked for the information held by the EPA that substantiated their claim that geoengineering/high altitude spraying were an urban myth.
On June the 3oth, Mr Scott received a reply from the Chief Executive of the EPA, Allan L Freeth, who advised that they did not hold any information to substantiate their claim that high altitude aerosol spraying was an urban myth. Read Allan Freeth’s letter in pdf form at this link: OIA response 30 June 2016 or below: