“His court complaint, filed in 1989, languished for years, and so did Holzrichter. He wasn’t able to find work as an auditor. He received more than 400 rejection letters from employers who weren’t interested, he believes, in hiring a snitch. Desperate to support his wife and four children, he scrubbed toilets and delivered the Chicago Tribune. At his lowest moment, he moved his family into a homeless shelter.”
The dangers of being a whistleblower from The Huffington Post.