New Social Media Web Platform for Whistleblowers Announced

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A new website, http://www.uswhistleblower.org, has been created by the national not-for-profit Foundation for the Child Victims of the Family Courts to facilitate the publication of new articles and posts by whistle blowers about a wide range of controversial topics that need immediate airing to expose official corruption, dangerous practices and malfeasance in America.

A new website, http://www.uswhistleblower.org has been created to facilitate the publication of new, anonymous but vetted articles and posts by whistle blowers about a wide range of controversial topics that need immediate airing to expose official corruption, dangerous practices and malfeasance in America. The website, the brainchild of the child advocacy organization The Foundation for the Child Victims of the Family Courts, has begun to publish articles on the website, and is now accepting articles from the public.

For over a century, whistleblowing has been a vital element in the checks and balances of American political and economic life, exposing corruption and illegality in the system, too frequently overlooked or suppressed by official authorities. Idealistic insiders who come across evidence of foul practices in business, politics, the military, in non-profits and religious organizations, and in the judicial system must have platforms where they can air their grievances and expose corruption to the public. Whistleblowers are often shunned by their colleagues, are retaliated against by their institutions, and even have their lives threatened. The US Whistleblower website pledges to publish new information and to strictly maintain the privacy and anonymity of those whose information is published.

Currently http://www.uswhistleblower.org has articles posted about malfeasance in various Family Courts and Child Protection agencies, articles about the NFL cover-up about head injuries to players, and even about animal rights issues. Information about the new website can be found on the site, or by e-mailing fightback(at)uswhistleblower(dot)org. Submissions will be considered as information is sent in confidence to submit(at)uswhistleblower(dot)org

Famous American whistleblowers highlighted on the site include Karen Silkwood, Jeff Wigand, Ida Tarbell, Frank Serpico and Daniel Ellsberg, each who made significant contributions to American society through their dramatic whistleblowing actions. Articles soon to be published include information about malfeasance in Maryland Family Courts; rape, sexual abuse and cover-up on college campuses; and about America’s unfortunate but highly profitable child industrial-warehousing complex.

The Foundation for the Child Victims of the Family Courts is a 501- C3 not-for-profit organization registered in New York. It is composed of an association of attorneys, clinical forensic legal advocates, family mediators, counselors, doctors and other professionals who are dedicated to directly assisting parties who have been harmed by the Family Court system, social service agencies and Child Protective Services across the country. The Foundation aggressively works with families, taking cases through the Family Court system, filing Civil and Federal Civil Rights cases, and fighting for justice and damages. A national organization, its main offices are located in Manhattan.

For more information please contact:
The Foundation for the Child Victims of the Family Courts
866-553-6931
e-mail: staff(at)fcvfc(dot)org    
website: http://www.fcvfc.org.
275 Madison Avenue, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016

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