How to Blow the Whistle
VOL: Do you have any advice for Americans in terms of how to tune in and how to speak up?
Kiriakou: If you see evidence of waste, fraud, abuse, or illegality—whether it’s in government or in the private sector, first seek the advice of an attorney. That’s something I did backwards. I blew the whistle on torture and then went to an attorney. Go to the attorney first so that the attorney could advise you. Things might turn out better for you than they turned out for me.
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