Become a Whistle Blower

/ˈ(h)wisəl ˌblō(ə)r/
noun: whistleblower
  1. a person who informs on a person or organization engaged in an illicit activity.

A whistleblower (also written as whistle-blower or whistle blower)[1] is a person who exposes secretive information or activity within a private or public organization that is deemed illegal, unethical, or not correct.[2] The information of alleged wrongdoing can be classified in many ways: violation of company policy/rules, law, regulation, or threat to public interest/national security, as well as fraud, and corruption.[3] Those who become whistleblowers can choose to bring information or allegations to surface either internally or externally. Internally, a whistleblower can bring his/her accusations to the attention of other people within the accused organization such as an immediate supervisor. Externally, a whistleblower can bring allegations to light by contacting a third party outside of an accused organization such as the media, government, law enforcement, or those who are concerned. Whistleblowers, however, take the risk of facing stiff reprisal and retaliation from those who are accused or alleged of wrongdoing.

We all need to watch this video and become Whistle Blowers. Government has failed us and today instead of telling one agency or person and getting results today lawyers have manipulated the system and law. Yes lawyers have created their own class of which is above the law. The evidence is the insane fact that lawyers make more money than doctors. A legal system where its about “How much justice you can afford”. Everyone see’s that when ever someone with big money goes to court or how long they spend in jail once accused. Police and lawyers (includes judges) are in fact above the law and immune to equal prosecution.

NWC’s mission is to support whistleblowers in their efforts to expose and help prosecute corruption and other wrongdoing.

The Whistleblower Protection Program

Download the Civil Rights Complaint Form if you did not get fair treatment

Office of the Inspector General

american association for justice

United States office of government Ethics

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