VA whistle-blowers leery of Trump order creating office to protect them

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WASHINGTON – As President Trump signed an executive order Thursday seeking to provide more protections to whistle-blowers at the Department of Veterans Affairs, the very people he's trying to protect are leery.

In locations spanning from Arizona to Delaware, and Florida to Wisconsin, current and former employees who endured retaliation from superiors after they reported abuses have watched as those managers retained their positions — and were even promoted in some cases.

In Tomah, Wis., a human resources manager is still in place seven years after signing off on punishment for a psychologist who raised concerns about a colleague prescribing too many narcotics at the hospital. The psychologist, Christopher Kirkpatrick, went home and committed suicide. More

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