Would You Blow the Whistle?

QuizEver wonder if you might have what it takes to be a whistleblower? Answer these ten questions and find out.

1) Which of the following character traits do you believe is most important:

2) Do you believe breaking the law can ever be justified?

3) Would your risk losing your job to report your company stealing money from the government?

4) Would your risk losing your job to report your company stealing money from consumers?

5) Would your risk losing your job to report your company endangering public health or safety?

6) Would your answers to questions 3, 4 or 5 depend on the possibility of receiving a financial reward for reporting the wrongdoing?

7) Do you think financial crimes are less serious than crimes of physical harm?

8) Would you be willing to report on a friend or relative for committing a financial crime?

9) Do you have a favorable view of Edward Snowden?

10) Do you agree that whistleblowers sometimes serve the public good but other times serve merely as snitches or tattletales?


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4 Responses to “Would You Blow the Whistle?

  1. yes, I would. It always pays to be honest and try to prevent fraud , no matter what the cost. Even if it means losing everything you have worked hard for

  2. I filed sevreal Whistleblower case’s against My Employers as a Sworn Law Enforcement Contracter . In Dec.2014 an Adminstrative Law Judge came back with findings and final resolutions in January 2015. One of the findings was expundgment of criminal record, endangerment, nonsupport. I’ve been a Agent/Inspector since preadul;t as I’m subject to special emancepation beacase of my Foriegn Citezen Diplomatic Status.I claimed the F.B.I , Dept. of Justice, U.S. Seacretary of State and Office of the President abandoned me while Working Deep Cover Cases from D.O.D, D.O.J. contracting along with non judicial relief from the U.S. Atorneys Office. I’ve Never been able to obtain my Identifications, G.S.A. Number or card. I also have never sucssefully gained access to my payroll and spend my own money to conduct my buissness. Even thought my Payroll Account dates back to 1987. I’ve also been told my taxes have never been payed and I’ve also been Threatned with violance, and harrased by Portland/Seattle FBI Field Offices and abandoned by U.S.Marshal’s Service Threat Investigations and U.S. Atorneys Office in Portland OR. I do not have money for representation. Thank You For Your Time Sir Master Ralph D. Steele

  3. It always pays to tell tell the truth. It cost me my job. I can sleep nights, and know that in the end
    someone will have to pay the money back, along with the pension beneftis they received for receiving monies for time not worked in Cook County, Illinois.