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Jul 09, 2007



This is typical lately, and quite unforgiveable. Federal employees who are doing their jobs ethically and honestly, should not find themselves labeled whistleblowers the first time they uncover and report wrongdoing while doing their routine oversight duties. It is a part of their job responsibilities to stand up, report, and try to get the problems addressed and resolved. They should not find themselves being treated like public enemy #1 by their supervisors, the government in general, and sometimes the media or others. Once the system of how negative reports are handled in general is resolved, then the people who have been pretty much destroyed due to severe retaliation from wrongdoers must be "made whole again."

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