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Employee for Federal Whistleblower Program Fired for Blowing the Whistle

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Earlier this year, Darrel Whitman decided to sound the alarm over the dysfunction he had seen while working for OSHA. He was employed with the Whistleblower Protection Program within OSHA, and investigated claims of illegal activity and safety issues among workers. But after revealing that his department managers closed complaints to alleviate backlogs, altered reports, and failed to protect workers who complained, he was fired. In other words, a worker for a department dedicated to protecting whistleblowers, has been fired for blowing the whistle.

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/employee-for-federal-whistleblower-program-fired-for-blowing-the-whistle_102015

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this was originally put out by NBC Bay Area 'investigative division'. these 'investigative reporters' don't investigate anything and never come to any conclusions. I know this because I live where it is broadcast.

on top of that.....a person went to work for a sham/government leech agency that violates law with almost every move, finally decided to say something about handling of paperwork, and got fired. OSHA is not a federal agency, so he was not employed by a federal whistleblower program.

he wasn't/isn't a whistleblower.

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