Where to read all the juicy Troubled Waters e-mails

Unsatisfied with the investigation into the internal emails behind the University of Minnesota's Troubled Waters mini-scandal?

Now you can look into it yourself.

The Land Stewardship Project, an environmental nonprofit that has been one of the biggest critics of the U's handling of the film controversy, has posted a database of what it considers the juiciest of the 2,500 pages recently released by the U.

The organization has organized them chronologically and also by selected topics -- such as those involving President Robert Bruininks, VP of University Relations Karen Himle, etc.

All are Adobe Acrobat documents that are capable of being searched by keywords or phrases.

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