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TS Radio Network: Whistleblowers! VA corruption is alive and well…just ask the Bozgoz’s

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Join us Thursday evening January 16 at 7:00 pm CST!

5:00 pm PST…6:00 pm MST…7:00 pm CST…8:00 pm EST

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Call in # 917-388-4520

Hosted by Marti Oakley

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Whistleblower’s is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Annual Whistleblower’s Summit  in Washington D.C.

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Our guests:  Sue & Robert Bozgoz

The Robert Bozgoz whistleblower employment case is one of the worst examples of Veterans Administration retaliation and corruption ever.

This is a compelling story that shows how far a multi-billion dollar executive branch agency will go in their efforts to retaliate, intimidate, harass and terrorize an employee who dares to speak out.  After multiple court appearances, and then enduring deprivation of rights, illegal access to personal files, falsified statements on the record, conflict of interests with at least one judge, a failure of whistleblower protections, among many other rights and employment violations,…the Bozgoz’s continue to fight for their rights and benefits.

Tonight will focus on “jurisdiction”.

•Jurisdiction may be broken down into two categories: personal jurisdiction and subject matter jurisdiction.
•Subject matter jurisdiction:
Subject matter jurisdiction means that the court has the authority to hear the type of case or controversy initiated in its court. (Example: Stalking and Harassment See Statutes)
•Solution in Court:
•(1) Laws and Statute: the court must proceed exactly according to the law or statute under which it operates
•(2) Motion to Strike
•(3) SMJ Challenge (Go to the records)
•(4) Subpoena competent fact witnesses
•(5) Obtain a copy of the recording/transcripts
•(6)Affidavits
•(7)Request Reasonable Accommodations
•(8) Request Media
•(9)Request Testimony by phone
•(10) Request ADA Representatives
•(11) Be aware of Gaslighting
•Personal jurisdiction is the requirement that a given court have power over the defendant, based on minimum contacts with the forum.
•While litigating parties may waive personal jurisdiction, they cannot waive subject-matter jurisdiction.
•In federal court, under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, a motion to dismiss for lack of subject-matter jurisdiction is considered a favored defense and may be raised at any point in the litigation process, even if the parties had previously argued that subject-matter jurisdiction existed.

TS Radio Network: Zena Crenshaw-Logal from The Law Project

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Reps. Rice, Coffman, Speier & Blum Create House Whistleblower Protection Caucus

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                     

April 26, 2016

CONTACT: Coleman Lamb

Coleman.Lamb@mail.house.gov

 

Reps. Rice, Coffman, Speier & Blum Create House Whistleblower Protection Caucus

Bipartisan coalition will be dedicated to protecting whistleblowers’ rights and combating whistleblower retaliation

WASHINGTON – U.S. Representatives Kathleen Rice (D-NY), Mike Coffman (R-CO), Jackie Speier (D-CA) and Rod Blum (R-IA) today announced the formation of the bipartisan House Whistleblower Protection Caucus, an informal group of House Members dedicated to protecting the rights of whistleblowers, who often take on significant personal and professional risk in order to report improper activity in government agencies, help improve congressional oversight and transparency, and eliminate fraud, abuse and wasteful spending. The Caucus will work to build bipartisan support for strong whistleblower protections, raise awareness about retaliation against whistleblowers, and provide guidance to other House offices about how to respond to whistleblower disclosures and allegations of retaliation.

The House Whistleblower Protection Caucus has been endorsed by several organizations across the political and ideological spectrum, including the Project on Government Oversight (POGO), the Government Accountability Project (GAP), the Liberty Coalition, Public Citizen, the National Taxpayers Union, the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, and the Union of Concerned Scientists Center for Science and Democracy. More

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