Tuesday, August 02, 2011

NPR.org » U.S. Wildlife Scientist Gets New Clues For His Suspension

An arctic scientist who was abruptly suspended from his work at a government agency on July 18 has now received a letter that hints at why he was suspended.

The Department of the Interior's Inspector General Office has informed researcher Charles Monnett that next week, investigators will ask him questions about his actions related to a polar bear study that was recently halted.

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