Your FBI: How the FBI Suppresses Whistleblowers to Hide FBI Scandals & Crimes

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If you think that no one is above the law, you don't know your FBI.

In Your FBI, 15 FBI whistleblowers recount their efforts to reveal FBI wrongful and unlawful actions. Each whistleblower suffered brutal retaliation for upholding the oath of office, and the FBI and Department of Justice wasted millions in taxpayer dollars to suppress the whistleblowers instead of simply addressing the issues they raised.

FBI malfeasance profoundly affects the rights of US citizens. For example, a supervisory special agent in the FBI lab blew the whistle on the systemic false testimony and bogus science used in many thousands of trials. The FBI fired him and tried to force a gag order. Despite court orders that are now decades old, the FBI has not yet reviewed all of the tainted cases, nor have they informed all defendants or defense attorneys of problems in the trials. 16 prisoners were executed without knowing they might be due retrials, and others sit in jail today who also don't know they may be due retrials.

·      An agent was harassed until he retired because he stood up for a disabled vet who was removed from the FBI Academy solely for his disability, despite passing all agent requirements, including firearms and tactical training. The FBI then offered this wounded warrior a job as a janitor.

·      One highly ranked FBI employee was made to sit alone on the 24th floor of the New York office for years without equipment or work because he wouldn't rescind his report of timecard fraud.

·      An agent was fired for “tarnishing” the FBI's name when she told federal prosecutors that FBI employees were stealing from 9/11 Ground Zero.

·      An agent who was investigating whether white supremacists were planning a joint operation with an overseas terror group was removed from his casework when he reported an illegal electronic monitoring and records falsification. The terror case was closed without further investigation.

·      A whistleblower was fired because he kept reporting fake security clearance background checks.

·      Yet another, who was hired specifically to help revamp FBI procurement policies and procedures, was fired because he continued to report contract waste, fraud, and abuse.

Your FBI gives voice to these and other courageous FBI whistleblowers whose testimony the FBI sought to suppress.

About the Author

Author Name : Rosemary Dew

     Rosemary Dew was one of the first hundred female FBI agents. She retired from the Department of Defense, having served two tours in Afghanistan. She is a registered nurse and the author of No Backup: A Female Agent's Life in the FBI and In Mother Teresa's House: A Hospice Nurse in the Slums of Calcutta. She is the recipient of the Army Superior Civilian and the Defense Intelligence Agency Joint Civilian Service Commendation medals, as well as numerous commendations from the Director of the FBI. Today, she is a volunteer missioner with the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers and an avid supporter of the Catholic Worker Viva House soup kitchen in Baltimore, Maryland, where she serves food and washes dishes.

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