Absolute Rights Analyst Launches New Report Examining The Solyndra Government Loan

Analyst says that that some aspects of the loan are obvious signs of corruption.

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Emil Prelic, managing editor of Absolute Rights, says that the EPA and other government agencies have had a questionable relationship.

Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 12, 2012

Absolute Rights analyst Emil Prelic has a new report being launched today that discusses the 535 million dollar U.S. government loan to Solyndra, the solar panels company that is currently in bankruptcy.

According to the Washington Examiner, "Secretary of Energy Steven Chu ignored multiple warnings beforehand and approved the $535 billion federal loan guarantee to the now-bankrupt Solyndra solar panel maker. He's also the guy who approved a loan restructuring that resulted in private investors -- including one of President Obama's wealthiest campaign contributors -- being repaid before the taxpayers, an arrangement virtually without precedent in the government."

Emil Prelic, managing editor of Absolute Rights, says that Solyndra, the EPA and other government agencies have some explaining to do. Mr. Prelic's report examines the issue in detail. "At Absolute Rights, we inform patriotic Americans on what your constitutional rights are, how to claim them, protect them, and alert you when they are being trampled upon by the enemies of our great country, both foreign and domestic. We are dedicated to preserving the ideals and freedoms that our Founders gave us."

Read the full report here.

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