There is a lot loaded into your post, but no real question. Your best course of action is to locate and retain an employment law attorney familiar with the laws of whistleblowing and retaliation. Share all of the fact with that attorney to determine if you have a claim worth pursuing. This site is not suited to full disclosure and solid advice on complicated issues.
Good luck to you.
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