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William Sanjour is an EPA whistleblower.
He sued the EPA in 1991 (Sanjour v. EPA), arguing that his first amendment rights were being violated, and won after seven years of ongoing legal struggle, establishing protections for government workers speaking out against their employees that have been continually referenced in other court cases.
- The Government breaks more laws in a day than the mafia does in a year.
- Whistleblower Interviews | EPA Whistleblower William Sanjour Featured, National Whistleblower Center
- The responsibility should shift from a focus on testing products to companies needing to prove they’re safe.
- The Poison Papers?, Green Impact
- The satisfaction is having confronted the beast and not only survived but having taken a bite out of its tail.
- An Interview with William Sanjour: Sentinel at the EPA, Dick Carozza, Fraud Magazine
- Thus the two top executives of the EPA were placed by the head of a company that is a major polluter, heavily regulated by the agency, responsible for many Superfund sites and a contractor for EPA-funded Superfund clean-ups. [Referring to the installation of William Reilly and F. Henry Habicht II in high positions at the EPA.]
- Toxic Temptation: The Revolving Door, Bureaucratic Inertia and the Disappointment of the EPA Superfund Program, Eric J. Greenberg, The Center for Public Integrity