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Responses to Allegations Contained within the IDB's Letter to the Editor of the Washington Times on November 12

, November 19, 2010

On November 9, Mr. Kelly Hearn published an excellent piece in the Washington Times that exposed the financial mismanagement of the investment portfolio of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and a cover-up of environmental damages caused by the Camisea pipeline(s) through the Amazon Basin in Peru.

Why is Pentagon Whistleblower Franz Gayl Being Retaliated Against for Saving Our Troops?

Shanna Devine, November 19, 2010

In trying to protect troops and civilians in the Iraq and Afghan wars, Pentagon Science and Technology Advisor Franz Gayl never imagined he would become the target of a war on his home turf. The offense? Gayl refused to turn a blind eye to Quantico’s bureaucracy as it stonewalled the shipment of military equipment that would save the lives of American troops and innocent civilians. Now, after an exhaustive 2.5 year retaliatory investigation into Gayl, his security clearance has been suspended, and he’s been put on indefinite administrative leave without pay.

Whistleblowers Reveal Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Covered up Deficiencies in Camisea Gas Project

Shelley Walden and Bea Edwards, November 10, 2010

According to a front-page article in Tuesday’s Washington Timesthe 

First U.N. Universal Periodic Review of United States Reveals Human Rights Shortcomings

Lindsay Bigda, November 10, 2010

Last Friday, the United States was subjected to its first review by the United Nations Human Rights Council. The council -- which was re-formed in 2006 -- will review the human rights record of each U.N. member once every four years, offering a means for countries to set goals and receive feedback regarding their human rights records.

What’s Going On with Satyam?

Anonymous, October 06, 2010

Sometimes, the Indian press confuses me. Last week, there was the headline: "Satyam Is Back on Track" on

New Site Supports Food Industry Whistleblowers

Sarah Damian, October 01, 2010

food_launchOur Food Integrity Campaign (FIC) is officially under way.

Can BP’s Money Buy It Justice?

Lindsay Bigda, September 29, 2010

Some say money can’t buy everything. But for BP, money sure seems to be able to buy enough litigation and lobbying power to stay in business, even with its persistent, egregious safety violations that have led to more than one deadly disaster.

Collateral Murder--The Sequel (and Gang Assault of the Whistleblower)

Jesselyn Radack, September 20, 2010

Yesterday's Washington Post had a chilling story that rivals the "Collateral Murder" video put out by Wikileaks: Members of U.S.