Categories: Identity Protection
      Date: Jan 12, 2009
     Title: Self Incrimination
If a "whistle blower" is identified the main cause is usually the behaviour of the "whistle blower" himself/herself...

Invariably, the "guilty secret" will be shared with a third party, who, for whatever reason, will in turn "share" the information. Of course, the best example is that of President Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky - had she not told a third party "in confidence" the World would have been none the wiser.

Likewise, if a "whistle blower" changes his or her routine, tongues are liable to wag and fingers pointed. If you decide to blow the whistle, act naturally - you should remain undetected.