HONDURAS. Anti-corruption mission denounces legal reforms in Honduras

Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist

Human Rights Portal, Martin Edwin Andersen, Strategic Communications Specialist.

Martin Edwin Andersen, a former assistant professor at the National Defense University, is a national security and human rights whistleblower in the Departments of Justice and Defense.


Re: Anti-corruption mission denounces legal reforms in Honduras

Supposed “reforms”–seen as mask for wrongdoing–reflect measures already in effect at United States Southern Command.

In the U.S., the Lloyd-LaFollette Act prevents the obstruction of current and future investigations … or does it?

Honduras - Human Rights Anti-corruption mission denounces legal reforms in Honduras

The Act states that “the right of employees… to furnish information to either House of Congress, or to a committee or Member thereof, may not be interfered with or denied.” 5 U.S.C. § 7211

Please also see the case of Mike Helms, another national security whistleblower fighting “settlement agreements” violating the Lloyd-LaFollette Act. …

The Project on Government Oversight (“POGO”) Blog has an eye-opening piece this week about Mike Helms entitled “The Whistleblower Who Fell Through the … being countersued by a former employee whistleblower, Rudy Vigil, who demands that Nelnet release its claims that he violated an earlier settlement agreement.