They were diverse, typically middle age, but two in their twenties.
These were not "spies," although at the Department of Energy's Hanford, Washington nuclear bomb factory, corporate oligarchs from Westinghouse and Rockwell called my client, Edwin L. Bricker, "a mole" and a "spy" for Congress, specifically, the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, when both the committee and subcommittee were chaired by U.S. Rep. John Dingell, a second generation Congressman from Michigan, a Democrat who grilled wrongdoers, protected whistleblowers and referred us cases.
We need to hear what whistleblowers are telling us.
The CIA analyst honored his oath -- the person who reported DONALD JOHN TRUMP's mafia-style shakedown of the Ukraine. So did all my clients did, from sea to shining sea.
Listening to today's House Permanent Select Intelligence Committee meeting, I'm proud of our accomplishments, including an August 1989 American Bar Association House of Delegates resolution calling for increased protection for security clearance holders, and a February 1990 ABA House of Delegates resolution calling for enhanced protection for all whistleblowers.
Nothing good can come from management identifying a whistleblower. President TRUMP's intentions are plainly illegal -- retaliation in violation of federal civil service laws and criminal law.
I've made mistakes. I was suspended and disbarred during 2004-2006. Some of my clients made mistakes.
But none as great as that man in the White House, whose latest putrid pompous prevaricating pusillanimous persevarating pejoratives ring hollow, untrue and UnAmerican: