My husband and I have both lost jobs over blowing a whistle on practices that were a clear danger to patients. In both cases, co-workers who knew as much as we knew looked the other way, and zipped their lips - they need a paycheck. The specter of our firings probably still keeps a lot of employees quiet at those workplaces.
Until we learn to protect whistle blowers instead of falling for the story we are fed by the goons they are trying to expose, nothing changes. We all say we want to see cops step forward on internal corruption, and when they do, we cheer as they get hunted down and executed.
This is the article that got my posting privileges revoked:
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