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Whistleblower’s! Is brought to you in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblower’s Summit, taking place July 29 thru Aug. 1st, in Washington,D.C


While CBS portrays all the Whistleblower’s they feature as those who gained some monetary reward for having blown the whistle, the truth is, seldom is this the case.  Most whistleblowers are intimidated, threatened, stalked, harassed and driven into financial ruin.  Character assassination is a common practice and every effort is made to prevent them from gaining any other employment. Anything and everything will be done to discredit and destroy the individual who blows the whistle on corruption, fraud, abuse, discrimination and sexual harassment as they are required to do by law.  This is true whether employed in government or in the private sector.

Guest: Barry Taul

Featured recently on the CBS series “Whistleblower’s” Barry exposed the world of kickbacks and other perks taking place in the mortuary/funeral business.  Organ harvesting, and the selling of other valuable parts and services at a tremendous profit was only the beginning.  The retaliation, intimidation and efforts to keep him quiet went on non-stop after Barry accidentally walked in on a conversation he was not suppose to hear.

My name is Barry Taul.  I was born in 1967 to a blue collar family in Gadsden, AL.  While still a baby my family moved to Birmingham.  It was there I grew to adulthood.  My childhood was uneventful for the most part.  After high school,  in 1985 at the age of 18 I landed my first job in a funeral home.  After my first day I felt I had found that part of me that just couldn’t be filled. As a result,  I went to Mortuary School in Mississippi, sat for my board exams with the International Conference of Funeral Services Examining Boards and passed. I am a Licensed Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer in the State of Alabama.  During my 34 year career I’ve been fortunate enough to serve as a funeral director and embalmer.  I’ve also served as the General Manager for a funeral home and cemetery for two locations as well as a funeral home manager. For the past several years I’ve worked as a trade embalmer.  That’s an industry term that simply means freelance  embalmer.  The funeral directors are now my clients.  They hire me to embalm for a family they’re serving.
That’s professional life. I’ve been in a relationship with a wonderful woman for nineteen years.  She has children and grandchildren from a previous marriage as do I.
I’m just an average guy.
Barry Taul