#124 | POSTED BY JEFFJ "On the WB form he claimed some firsthand knowledge, which jumped over that hurdle. Yet, in the complaint itself ALL of his citations are second or thirdhand."
The inspector general came out saying that the WB did in fact have some first hand knowledge. Who should I believe, you? Hahaha... They dont have to tell us what that first hand knowledge was, especially if it could risk exposing the WB.
Then there is this: "Intelligence community workers have long been able to blow the whistle based on second-hand or hearsay information. The law only requires federal workers to have a "reasonable belief" of misconduct in order to file a complaint, according to Debra D'Agostino, a federal employment lawyer."