Ask Attorney General Holder to Appoint a Special Prosecutor for United States v. Scott J. Bloch!

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Dorri Steinhoff
11 years ago
Mr Bloch was fully aware he broke the law. He should suffer the consequences especially since his actions caused serious damage to our government.

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David Pardo
11 years ago
100th signer — Shannon Bucci from littleton, CO

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Rasheed Knowles
11 years ago
All due respect: PLEASE DO YOUR DAMN JOB.WE NEED YOU TO DO YOUR JOB.

NOT JUST PRETEND.

I KNOW W/ YOUR BACKGROUND YOUR USED TO AVOIDING THESE THINGS OR ADVOCATING FOR THE GUILTY.

THERE'S STILL TIME FOR REDEMPTION MR.HOLDER.

WE NEED YOU TO PROTECT US BY HOLDING THE MONSTERS OF INDUSTRY & INFLUENCE RESPONSIBLE & PROTECT THOSE THAT EXPOSE THEM.

YOU HAVE THE POWER. CAN YOU FOR ONCE USE IT FOR THE BENEFIT OF 'WE THE PEOPLE'?

WE NEED YOU TO DO YOUR JOB SIR.

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Andrew Heugel
11 years ago
Whether it's the government, the non profits or the for profits, companies and organizations dislike whistleblowers because they make the company look bad and hurt profits and/or contributions. This is why it is very important to have easily accessible and simple avenues of redress for potential whistleblowers and far stronger protections against retaliation from employers regarding these whistleblowers.

We also need far more and better trained auditors. And, as there is no such thing as a person who cannot be bought, we need auditors on the auditors and outside watchdogs. We the peons also need far stronger unions and we workers need to support our unions. I encourage you to sign this and any actions pertaining this cause, both here and around the planet, as virtually every enterprise of any size anywhere has significant corruption and workers at many sites are treated like dirt. It has become increasingly all about the money everywhere across this increasingly polluted and war torn planet. Money talks and we the peons futilely squawk...

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shawna murray
11 years ago
I am a whistle-blower against severe violence against women and patients at UMass Medical Center in Worcester, MA. I was severely retaliated against for making multiple reports to my superiors and law enforcement. The retaliation has included denial of care, physical assault, targeted emotional abuse, intimidation by many, including law enforcement, and rape.

I contacted the OSC during the time that Mr. Bloch was in charge and did not receive any assistance. Some of the male perpetrators, including one who sexually assaulted all of his female patients with indecent A&B of the breasts, have received federal grant money. The institution is an educational as well as clinical institution that receives both state and federal funding.

Whistle-blowing comes with great risk. We need a separate unit to assist both state and federal whistle-blowers. There are many who would subvert the whistle-blowing process; it must not be tolerated.

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David Pardo
11 years ago
50th signer — Roy Grant from Milesburg, PA

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David Pardo
11 years ago
25th signer — Melissa McCage from Phoenix, AZ

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David Pardo
11 years ago
10th signer — Michele Mercer from Casa Grande, AZ

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David Pardo
11 years ago
5th signer — Gabriel Bruno from Chuluota, FL