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EXCLUSIVE — Arab TV Network Takes Aim at Elin Nordegren’s Boyfriend!

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EXCLUSIVE — Arab TV Network Takes Aim at Elin Nordegren’s Boyfriend!

Elin Nordegren and Chris Cline

Elin Nordegren and Chris Cline (Gossip Extra collage)

NORTH PALM BEACH — Chris Cline, the billionaire boyfriend of Tiger Woods‘ ex-wife Elin Nordegren is in the sights of Al Jazeera!

The Arab CNN is schedule to broadcast an investigative show in its critically-acclaimed documentary series Fault Lines this week that’s said to lift the veil on the tactics of iron ore mining company owner Cline miles from nowhere in the Wisconsin.

Cline, who’s also Nordegren’s neighbor at the fancy beachside Seminole Landing community of North Palm Beach, declined to be interviewed by Al Jazeera.

But the tug-of-war between local residents and an Indian tribe worried about pollution damage and Cline’s Gogebic Taconite is analyzed from financial, social and environmental standpoints. (See the video trailer below)

According to a press release, the CNN wannabe follows the money trail through Wisconsin’s political landscape, and the approval process for an iron ore pit that could cut a 22-mile gash through pristine territories.

A year ago, Gossip Extra outlined how Cline’s company hired private military-style guards armed to the teeth to keep environmentalists at bay.

Chris Cline's army

A security guard working for one of North Palm Beach billionaire Chris Cline’s companies in the woods of Wisconsin last July (unitedindefenseofwater.com)

We ran photos of men wearing Special Ops camouflage uniforms, masks and automatic weapons while guarding Cline’s scientists who tested rocks. The photos outraged some politicians, and the goons were pulled out within days — but the worries remained.

Calls for comment about Al Jazeera’s interest in Gogebic Taconite made to Cline’s Palm Beach Gardens office were not returned.

The show airs at 7 p.m. Saturday.

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