Prohibited personnel practice in the federal Whistleblower Protection Act

Asked about 2 years ago - Minneapolis, MN

5 USC § 2302 says "a decision to order psychiatric testing or examination" is a prohibited retaliation on whistleblowers who are federal employees. I was ordered and did suffer forced psychiatric treatment after I "delusionally" reported a public corruption, which was later found to be rather meritorious. I'm a student at a public university. My university has a policy that offers equal protection to employee whistleblowers and student whistleblowers. How may I attack the legality of the psychiatric treatment I suffered, with the information above?

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Here is my university's policy: http://policy.umn.edu/Policies/Operations/Compliance/MISCONDUCTREPORTING.html

I'm trying to get them on equal protection grounds.

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  1. David Andrew Mallen

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    Answered . Try this resource. http://www.whistleblower.org/

    Good luck. Think carefully about going through this. It could change your life or ruin your life.

    If your whistleblowing involves false claims and government rip-off, you may be able to find a lawyer who will file a False Claims Act claim, in which you case you can recover a "bounty" -- a percentage of what is recovered for the government. These cases require lawyers with serious expertise and deep pockets. If you need a referral of a good False Claims law firm with a national practice, contact me by email.

    Best regards,

    David A. Mallen

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