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WNYC: A Fragile Patchwork of Press Protections

August 11, 2017

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After a week of fury and fire, On the Media takes a chill pill. We look at chilling warnings and opaque impediments, from reporters working with whistleblowers or trying to cover immigration courts, to media organizations reckoning with their future in the post-Gawker era. 

The Sydney Morning Herald: The anonymous letters that started a decade-long stoush

August 07, 2017

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Washington: Who licked the postage stamps?

The question was absurd, and at the same time deadly serious. Australian intellectual property guru Francis Gurry was on the warpath and no stone was to be left unturned in unmasking the authors of the ugly, anonymous letters being sent to him – with copies landing on dozen of desks up and down Geneva's diplomatic row.

The Daily Caller: Veteran Tasked With Fixing The Agency That Tried To Destroy His Career

August 01, 2017

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After years of exposing problems at the Phoenix VA and fighting off retaliation, noted whistleblower Brandon Coleman has accepted a position at the new Office of Accountability and Whistleblower Protection.

Government Executive: Whistleblower Advocates Bemoan Merit Board’s Lack of Quorum

July 31, 2017

The persistence of two vacancies on the three-member Merit Systems Protection Board worries whistleblowers and their advocates who are concerned that statutory protections are not being enforced.

CDN: Phoenix VA whistleblower to staff new watchdog office

July 31, 2017

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WASHINGTON, July 30, 2017 – The new Veteran Administration office for whistleblower issues will be staffed by at least one whistleblower. Brandon Coleman, a whistleblower at the notorious Phoenix VA Medical Center, announced he was offered and accepted a role in the new office.

Coleman made the announcement at a panel discussion at the Whistleblower Summit held in Washington D.C. from July 26-29.

Bloomberg: He Investigated Suspicious Firings for U.S. Then He Was Fired

July 21, 2017

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A fired U.S. whistle-blower investigator says his old employer didn’t take whistle-blowers seriously enough. So he’s lodging a complaint -- with the same ex-employer he claims doesn’t take whistle-blower allegations seriously enough.


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