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Playlist: Jed Alexander's Favorites

Compiled By: Jed Alexander

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Part I: "Definitions & Decisions"

From Jed Alexander | Part of the The Whistleblower Project series | 20:45

An interview with Executive Director for the National Whistleblower Center, John Kostyack. John talks about his work at the NWC, his thoughts on the state of whistleblowing, and its future.

For more information on the NWC: https://www.whistleblowers.org/

Screen_shot_2020-09-04_at_12 An interview with Executive Director for the National Whistleblower Center, John Kostyack. John talks about his work at the NWC, his thoughts on the state of whistleblowing, and its future. For more information on the NWC: https://www.whistleblowers.org/

Part IV: “Estoy orando por ti” (I am praying for you)

From Jed Alexander | Part of the The Whistleblower Project series | 17:31

ID number 78002 belonged to then young resident and physician, Dr. Bernard Rosenfeld at Los Angeles County - USC Medical Center, where in the early 1970’s he blew the whistle on the use of forced sterilization on Chicana women.

131424886_3662670053754764_1892185791884734096_n_small ID number 78002 belonged to then young resident and physician, Dr. Bernard Rosenfeld at Los Angeles County - USC Medical Center, where in the early 1970’s he blew the whistle on the use of forced sterilization on Chicana women.

Part III: “The Price for Telling the Truth”

From Jed Alexander | Part of the The Whistleblower Project series | 14:56

In 2004, former member of the greater grace world outreach in Baltimore, MD, Rev. Neil Patrick Carrick, became a whistleblower after uncovering financial and sexual abuse by church leaders.

Fb_img_1605725025011_2_small In 2004, former member of the greater grace world outreach in Baltimore, MD, Rev. Neil Patrick Carrick, became a whistleblower after uncovering financial and sexual abuse by church leaders.

“Confined to Normalcy: A Registrant Navigates Survival”

From Jed Alexander | 12:05

California’s Megan’s Law was enacted nearly 25 years ago as a result of the rape and murder of seven-year-old Megan Kanka. The online database provides the public with an offender’s name, picture and address including their specific offense.

Freelance journalist Jed Alexander takes a closer look at one registrant after discovering a personal connection to the story itself.

Sasha-freemind-pv5weeyxmwu-unsplash_small California’s Megan’s Law was enacted nearly 25 years ago as a result of the rape and murder of seven-year-old Megan Kanka. The online database provides the public with an offender’s name, picture and address including their specific offense. Freelance journalist Jed Alexander takes a closer look at one registrant after discovering a personal connection to the story itself.

Part VI: "I Was Trying To Do My Job"

From Jed Alexander | Part of the The Whistleblower Project series | 20:36

In 1999, former FBI profiler and special agent, Jane Turner, blew the whistle on the cover-up of child sex crimes on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota. The highly decorated and award-winning agent also worked on famous cases such as The Green River Killer, and was involved in the capture of Soviet spy and American, Christopher Boyce, known as one-half of the "Falcon And The Snowman."

Photo-1589829545856-d10d557cf95f_small In 1999, former FBI profiler and special agent, Jane Turner, blew the whistle on the cover-up of child sex crimes on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota. The highly decorated and award-winning agent also worked on famous cases such as The Green River Killer, and was involved in the capture of Soviet spy and American, Christopher Boyce, known as one-half of the "Falcon And The Snowman."