Investments facilitate Resiliency; Resiliency powers Advocacy and our Advocacy is REAL...
When the world imagines what it is to be a whistleblower, I suspect they envision what I used to; a person sliding a folder of evidence over to authorities, answering questions and then walking off. I don’t know how true that perception is but my experience was different. The degree of convolution of what I uncovered required an approach more akin to a chess match. The feds, The Mayor’s Office, local nonprofits, local corporations, politicians, City Council members, political action committees, the regional/national press and others were all players on the same chess board. Each of us possessed one, maybe two pieces on the board and had the responsibility to move in a way that ensures victory for our side. However, in this game of chess, we play by uncommon rules; people switch sides, switch pieces and are sometimes not even revealed until it’s too late… Checkmate.
In this continuation of The Whistle Blower Handbook Series, we shift our focus to the story behind the story. The corruption that was uncovered in Selah is far from an isolated incident. From the rolling hills of the Volunteer State to the sprawling metropolis of the City of Angels, battles have been and will continue to be fought.
The question posed to the reader is, will you be prepared when your time comes?
"Worth A Thousand Words" brings to light some of the most intricate details of a still on-going investigation and presents it as a case study to aspiring advocates who seek to dissect the psychological warfare behind a lawsuit, to understand the mindset behind corruption and ultimately know your enemy that you may be strong and of good courage.