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In Their Own Words

This archive includes posts from our “In Their Own Words” series, in which the Whistleblower Insider blog highlights particular quotations.  Return to:

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In Their Own Words - Mattu

Posted  11/24/14

 -- “I’M NOT ALONE: THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF WHISTLEBLOWERS CRYING OUT FOR HELP.  IN FACT, I’M ALMOST UNIQUE IN THAT I’VE COME OUT THE OTHER END.”

From Dr Raj Mattu in the Guardian’s feature story on The Afterlife of the Whistleblower.

In Their Own Words - MacLean

Posted  11/20/14

-- "But even worse, we then received another order telling us to cancel all our hotel rooms – the missions would be cancelled.  We would not be on any flights, despite the fact that we had all been warned of a credible terrorist threat. "

Former Air Marshal and whistleblower Robert MacLean, explaining one of the dangers that compelled him to go public with his concerns.

In Their Own Words - Friedman

Posted  11/19/14

“We now know that millions of vehicles must be recalled to address defective Takata air bags, and our aggressive investigation is far from over.

David Friedman, Deputy Administrator for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, commenting on the expansion of vehicle recalls from 8 million to an estimated 30 million vehicles.

In Their Own Words - Almajid

Posted  11/18/14

“When it comes to FIFA, be prepared to be crucified, not once or twice but over and over again.

From interview of Phaedra Almajid, the whistleblower who first made serious allegations of corruption surrounding Qatar’s bid for the 2022 World Cup.

In Their Own Words - MacLean

Posted  11/13/14

– “IT GOT SO BAD THAT THE AGENCY WAS DISPATCHING SUPERVISORS TO THE AIRPORTS, NOT TO DO INVESTIGATIONS OR TRY TO FIND IEDS OR LOOK FOR SUSPICIOUS PASSENGERS, BUT TO FIND AIR MARSHALS NOT WEARING SUITS AND TIES TO DISCIPLINE THEM.

From Whistleblower Insider interview with former US Air Marshal whistleblower Robert MacLean.

In Their Own Words - Medical Director for England’s National Health Service

Posted  11/12/14

--“We continue to offer support for this individual and thank them for bringing these matters to the attention of us all.”

Statement by a medical director for England’s National Health Service regarding a whistleblower who exposed medical practices putting thousands of UK patients at risk.

In Their Own Words - Irizarry

Posted  11/11/14

-- “If you think something is wrong or illegal, you need to tell someone.  And if they don't listen you tell someone else.  And if nobody is listening you stand in the town square and you tell everyone.”

From interview of whistleblower Ivan Irizarry, the senior Census Bureau employee, who recently outed himself after his reported retaliation for exposing potential fraud at the agency.

In Their Own Words - Aguierre

Posted  11/10/14

-- “It’s the right thing to do.”

From Today interview with whistleblower Brianna Aguierre, the nurse who spoke out against Dallas Presbyterian Hospital’s failure to safely treat Ebola.
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