Have you made the mistake of believing the law means what it says?
If so, you have found yourself to be a whistleblower.
You have entered a parallel universe. An adjudicator never went to law school, and the final judge does not stand neutral to the cause.
Being a system-loyal informant inside the bureaucracy gets your security clearances yanked.
Your spouse will probably leave you. Your new companions in exile are some of the morally bravest people in America.
This D.C. lawyer is the author of Whistleblower Remedies: Counseling the Principled Dissenter.
I might be able to help with your surprises. E-mail or fax me.
|Law and Cybernetics||Ern Reynolds Prof. Corp.||1990 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Society for Cybernetics||Past Treasurer||N/A|
|self||Whistleblower Remedies: Counseling the Principled Dissenter||2016|
|The George Washington University Grad Sch of Business & Public Management||completed all PhD coursework WITHOUT degree||1992|
|U of KY Law; Harvard Law (no degree)||J.D.||1972|
|U of Virginia||B.A.||1964|