Every U.S. civil servant and military service member swears an oath “to support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”
But when a government worker learns that an agency or official has broken the law, especially if the evidence is classified, they’re often scared and don’t know what to do.
Whistleblower Aid is a pioneering non-profit law firm that helps patriotic government workers and contractors to report and publicize their concerns — safely, lawfully and responsibly. Our professional legal advice is free and confidential, but never ideological or partisan.
We help government workers to uphold their oath without breaking the law or exposing themselves to criminal prosecution. Whistleblower Aid provides lawful alternatives to illicit leaking.
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Whistleblower Aid was founded by John Napier Tye, a whistleblower who used lawful channels to publicize alleged unconstitutional activity by the National Security Agency during the Obama administration. His personal experience made him want to help others struggling with how to respond to government lawbreaking.
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