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A Veterans Affairs whistleblower now pointing finger at his own office | USA TODAY

VA whistleblower Brandon Coleman, hired by VA to do outreach to whistleblowers, has some issues with the office established to protect them.

Coleman – one of the highest-profile employees of the whistleblower office – has now requested protection from another federal agency that protects whistleblowers, the U.S. Office of Special Counsel. In his request, which he also sent to members of Congress, Coleman described the work environment as “toxic” and said the office has turned into a “Dumpster fire,” according to a copy of his complaint sent July 31.

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  1. Hospitals are very dangerous places even without VA…too many patients and hospitals are all into the bottom dollar. They will cut staff deliberately and not hire.

  2. Brandon is a very very sexy man!

  3. Damn, I just started working at the va, so far the problem I see is people who don’t care because they don’t think about what is they’re doing and who they’re supposed to be helping. They’re too busy thinking about themselves.

  4. Agreed eminent identity of transparency Needs mending

  5. Sucks so many have to die for us to live.

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