Whistleblowers urge stronger protections against retaliation

At the Make It Safe Coalition conference held Monday and Tuesday in Washington, D.C., whistleblowers Daniel Ellsberg, Frank Serpico, Coleen Rowely and others urged Congress to pass legislation providing stronger protections against retaliation for federal workers who expose corruption and abuses.

Below is video of the event taken by WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C.

  • Note: WJLA’s accompanying article on the conference erroneously refers to the pending legislation as the “No Fear Act.” The No Fear Act was passed in 2002.