Jane Turner had worked as a Special Agent for the FBI for twenty years. She led efforts to force the FBI to provide protection for child sex crime victims on the North Dakota Indian Reservations. She also reported theft of evidence from the scene of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. In retaliation for exposing FBI failures within its child crime program, Turner was removed from her position. She prevailed in a jury trial that redressed her bad performance reviews. Her whistleblower case is still pending with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Today Jane Turner spoke with James Corbett of CorbettReport.com.Turner spoke about the problems with the current Senate version of the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act (WPEA), S. 372. CorbettReport.com provides Open Source Intelligence News. Turner explains how Title VII of the Civil Rights Act allowed her to have a jury trial to challenge her retaliatory performance review. However, a special law for FBI employees provides for a special proceeding at the U.S. Department of Justice for her whistleblower claims. Turner explains how S. 372 would take away the right of FBI agents to make whistleblower complaints like hers. Turner calls on everyone to TAKE ACTION on S. 372 to counter the power of the FBI to block whistleblower rights. The 25-minute interview is available from CorbettReport.com in MP3 format.