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Whistleblower News From The Inside -- April 6, 2018

Posted  April 6, 2018

A Department of Energy Whistleblower Sheds Light on Rick Perry’s Cult of Personality This week, Edelman filed a complaint with the U.S. Office of Special Counsel, the government agency that protects federal employees from improper personnel practices, especially reprisals for whistle-blowing. In the complaint, Edelman and his attorneys – John Tye, of the nonprofit law firm Whistleblower Aid, and Michael Ronickher, of Constantine Cannon – argue that Edelman’s decision to circulate the photographs was based on his “reasonable belief that he was reporting evidence of criminal corruption, obstruction of justice, and ethics violations by officials within the Department of Energy,” including Perry. New Yorker

Whistleblower Scores Under SEC Safe-Harbor Rule The Securities and Exchange Commission awarded more than $2.2 million to a whistleblower even though the regulator had already launched a probe when it first heard from the tipster, the agency said. WSJ

Former Oilers owner Peter Pocklington charged with securities fraud – Former Edmonton Oilers owner Peter Pocklington has been accused of securities fraud in the United States for allegedly hiding his criminal history and misappropriating investor funds. Edmonton Sun

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