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Whistleblower News from the Inside - February 7, 2014

Posted  February 7, 2014

By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team

U.S. Government agents seize Edward Snowden’s whistle – Hilarious satirical piece on NSA’s pursuit of Snowden.  The Spoof

IOC considers whistleblower program – It would for the first time provide a safe channel for Olympic whistleblowers to report instances of doping, sexual abuse and other misconduct without fear of reprisal.  Fox

Whistleblower alleges fraud scheme aimed at military student’s tuition benefits – “One day I walked into one of the employees’ offices and saw them altering or doctoring a diploma.”  CBS

Court reinstates whistleblower case against DHL – The Second Circuit reverses the dismissal of the whistleblower action brought by a DHL contractor that alleges the international packaging company billed the government for jet-fuel and diesel-fuel surcharges regardless of whether shipping was done by air or on the ground.  NYLJ

‘Japanese Beethoven’ revealed as fraud – beloved composer Mamoru Samuragochi confessed that a ghostwriter had penned his most famous works.   NYT

Ex-SAC manager convicted of insider trading – Former portfolio manager Mathew Martoma was convicted on two counts of securities fraud and one count of conspiracy, making him the eighth insider trading conviction of a current or former employee at SACReuters

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