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TSA defies Supreme Court ruling for whistleblower

Whistleblower Robert MacLean’s impressive Supreme Court victory should have resulted in restoration of his employment at the Transportation Security Administration. Instead, the former Air Marshal has been assigned to “restricted” duties (actually none, he says) as TSA tries to orchestrate his removal.

Forced to continue his legal battle despite a favorable ruling from the nation’s top court, Robert faces legal expenses estimated at nearly $200,000. A lot is riding on the outcome.

Robert writes, “TSA needs to endlessly fight me in order to chill other potential whistleblowers to remain silent. TSA cannot have its gross waste of taxpayer dollars be exposed.”

You can directly aid Robert, a WSF client, with legal expenses by donating to his GoFundMe page, managed by a retired U.S. Army Colonel and law enforcement officer.

Consider, also, making a tax-deductible donation to the Whistleblower Support Fund, enabling us to offer emergency financial aid to deserving whistleblowers like Robert.