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Old 07-08-2009, 09:02 PM
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We ask that you visit this website - [URL="http://www.savestacy.com/"]www.savestacy.com[/URL] to learn about a current case of extreme whistleblower retaliation right here in Queen Anne's County. Ms. Bernstein is hopeful that the appropriate regulatory agencies will act quickly on her behalf. Any positive support of Ms. Bernstein and her fight would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 07-12-2009, 09:59 AM
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Default "Evil triumphs when good men do nothing"

I’d really like to know much more about this case so I can comment intelligently on the matter.

What I am finding troubling, however, is the amount of harassment of employees that I’m hearing about from my friends that still reside in the DC Metro area. I know of several people that are either being psychologically bullied themselves or are being pressed to harass co-workers there in Maryland. Even more troubling is the fact that this is often happening to people that are simply insisting on honesty, integrity and ethics in the workplace.

I suspect that the US is in trouble today because people who are aware of wrongdoing don’t feel safe making criminal activity known. The real-estate, investment and banking sectors are tangible evidence of this as many had to know that information was being misrepresented yet did nothing to protect the general public. If Stacy is doing her patriotic duty as an American to make wrongdoing known then my thoughts and prayers go out to her and her family.

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Old 07-13-2009, 07:14 AM
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I sympathize. I, too, work with costant awareness that anyone who wanted to could EASILY falsify documents and make false allegations to threaten my livelihood. Furthermore, the environment is rife with dishonesty and malice. I can pray for Stacy and will. As for contacting elected representatives and the like, I believe that to be pointless --- especially in Maryland. We Americans have little real representation. Only demonstrations like they have had in Iran and China recently might make an impact on the self-serving criminals in government. I hope Stacy's case will indeed encounter an investigator with a conscience and a sound set of principles. Sometimes it happens.
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Old 07-20-2009, 09:14 AM
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Default Of the people, by the people, for the people

I was very much hoping that someone familiar with Stacy’s case would enlighten us with a few details. I know that Stacy herself can’t comment because of legal issues but there must be someone that’s aware of what is really going on who is at liberty to discuss the case…

I disagree that contacting elected representatives is pointless. Remember, these people work for you and only by finding out where they stand on issues as vitally important as justice can honest folks decide if they’ll vote for those representatives again.

Please also remember that if ethics, honesty and justice can not prevail so close to our nation’s capital then we truly are, as many experts assert, a nation in decline. If that is the case it’s not because our elected official are corrupt but because we as Americans have lost the will to fight corruption. Ultimately our government is made up, “of the people, by the people, for the people” so if evil triumphs we have no one to blame but ourselves.
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