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I'm in California, a government employee, and am a whistleblower on my managers who are engaged in fraudulent activity. They have learned that I am the whistleblower and have begun pulling me into meetings behind closed doors to harass and threaten me. Can I legally record one of these meetings?I've been told by several attorneys there are exceptions when the whistleblower is being subjected to other illegal acts, but each opinion is a little different and no one can seem to cite statutory or case law supporting this. It seems there is some statutory protection under the EEOC, but that does not necessarily translate into state protection.