Al Gore flees in panic from Chicago book-signing. Climate-change criminality confronted following release of University of East Anglia's scientific corruption emails in UK.
On Tuesday 24th November 2009, former US Vice President and Nobel Peace Prize patsy, Al Gore, ran away from the climate-change corruption debate. Appearing at Borders bookshop in the Loop, Chicago, Gore was confronted by a team of demonstrators from We Are Change. He was signing copies of his latest book on global warming entitled: “Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis.” Terrified, Gore bolted from the bookstore, raced down an alley, jumped into a waiting car, and tried to speed off, with protesters chasing after him and banging on the car.