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The Whistleblower by by Kathryn Bolkovac with Cari Lynn

Sex Trafficking, Military Contractors, and One Woman’s Fight for Justice
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Hoping to help rebuild war-torn Bosnia, Kathryn Bolkovac became a “rent-a-cop” for DynCorp, “global leader in the business of military strategy, nation rebuilding, world security, and counterintelligence” and funded by U.S. taxpayers. Assigned as a human rights investigator, Bolkovac discovered that DynCorp employees were involved in human trafficking. After protesting, Bolkovac was ousted but won a subsequent legal battle with DynCorp. In The Whistleblower, Bolkovac warns that “our government should not take worldwide policing so lightly that it is simply passed off to the lowest bidder.” The big screen adaptation of this book is due out August 5. (Palgrave Macmillan)

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