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“[T]here is just nothing wrong with telling the American people the truth.”

October 15, 2012 By: John Kindley Category: Uncategorized

Allen v. United States, 588 F. Supp. 247, 404 (D. Utah 1984), rev’d on other grounds, 816 F.2d 1417 (10th Cir. 1987).

I’ve changed the tag-line of this blog from “Fairly Undermining Public Confidence in the Administration of Justice” to the title of this post, which was also the tag-line for my Comment in the Wisconsin Law Review way back in 1999.

 

1 Comments to ““[T]here is just nothing wrong with telling the American people the truth.””


  1. Thanks for the quote. Yes, “there is just nothing wrong with telling the American people the truth.” Unfortunately, for whistleblowers, the penalty is discharge, or jail, or even exile. The former happened to me in Michigan, see coworker affidavit, at http://medicolegal.tripod.com/affidavitvyronbarker.htm Too bad I didn’t know you in 1979 when could have used your services.

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