What is your question?
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Here's my guess: You want to know what you can do about the theft you allege without getting your own fanny in the wringer. These are corporate rights that are being violated, not yours. You are a witness and a potential reporting party. Seek an EMPLOYMENT LAW attorney as soon as possible to identify your risks, options, and how to obtain any available whistle blower protection. If you are Union, talk to your shop steward or some other safe person in the Union. They are usually pretty well connected with employment lawyers. Get something out of your dues.