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Why Military Whistleblowers Fear Reprisal

Cross-posted on the Project On Government Oversight's (POGO) website. In the chain-of-command-oriented military, whistleblowers rarely fare well. Each year,...

A Legal Assault on Animal Abuse Whistleblowers?

On Nov. 23, 2010, in Cayuga County, New York, Phil Niles pleaded guilty to animal cruelty. He was ordered to pay a fine of $555, and not to have contact with...

Should Putin Worry About Spate of Whistleblowing?

Russia has its fair share of whistleblowers. Over the past few years, at least a dozen of them — local officials, policemen, entrepreneurs — have taken it...

SEC Now Offering Big Payoffs To Whistle-Blowers

In what could give new meaning to the phrase — "If you see something, say something" — a clause within the financial reform legislation is offering big cash...

Kenya's Whistleblowers Face Growing Intimidation

Victor is afraid. Twice last year he told panels investigating the violence that shook Kenya after a rigged vote in 2007 how leaders of his own Kalenjin tribe...

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