Katrina conspiracy meteorologist quits Idaho TV News
Friday, September 23, 2005
Scott Stevens, the Idaho meteorologist who claimed that a weather manipulating conspiracy (possibly under the control of Japanese Yakuza mafia) caused Hurricane Katrina, has quit his job at KPVI-TV in Pocatello.
Stevens reportedly quit to pursue his weather conspiracy theories full time. According to KPVI's general manager Bill Fouch, Stevens left his job voluntarily.
Wikinews reported on Stevens' theories on Monday September 19, 2005.
- "Idaho meterologist promotes Hurricane Katrina conspiracy theory" — , September 19, 2005
- Jana Peterson and John O'Connell. "Forecaster leaves job to pursue weather theories" — , September 23, 2005
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