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Whistleblower News from the Inside - March 28, 2014

Posted  March 28, 2014

By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team

Air force fires officers over cheating – Nine officers were fired at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana as part of a widespread cheating scandal among those entrusted with launching intercontinental nuclear missiles.  NYT

Second Chicago State whistleblower steps forward – Glenn Meeks, the university’s former CFO, files a lawsuit claiming he was fired in retaliation for reporting alleged misconduct by the school’s president and comes just weeks after the university lost another wrongful termination case for $3M.  Chicago Tribune

More evidence from UNC whistleblower on free pass for student-athletes – Former UNC learning specialist Mary Willingham points to a 148-word “final paper” that received an A-minus.  USA Today

Top thoroughbred trainer accused of mistreating horses – The charges brought by the PETA animal rights group against trainer Steve Asmussen and some prominent jockeys include the use of electronic devices to shock horses into running faster.  NYT

9 year old blows whistle on speeders in his neighborhood — “I think it’s a great lesson for everybody that if you see something you don’t like – that’s either illegal or unjust – you can speak up and get results.”  ABC News

“Zombie” funds getting another look — Britain’s financial watchdog to probe whether people locked into pensions and other savings plans between 1970 and 2000 are being discriminated against by the terms and conditions of their older policies in order to benefit new customers.   Reuters

 


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