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In 2006, [[Sibel Edmonds]] named Rick Santorum as one of her "Dirty Dozen", listing members of congress who "by their action or inaction, have stood against real investigations, hearings, and legislation dealing with government [[whistleblowers]] who have exposed waste, fraud, abuse, and or criminal activities within government agencies."<ref>http://wotisitgood4.blogspot.com/2006/07/whistleblowers-dirty-dozen-interwiew.html</ref>
 
In 2006, [[Sibel Edmonds]] named Rick Santorum as one of her "Dirty Dozen", listing members of congress who "by their action or inaction, have stood against real investigations, hearings, and legislation dealing with government [[whistleblowers]] who have exposed waste, fraud, abuse, and or criminal activities within government agencies."<ref>http://wotisitgood4.blogspot.com/2006/07/whistleblowers-dirty-dozen-interwiew.html</ref>

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Member ofKnights of Malta, National Security Whistleblowers Coalition/Dirty Dozen

In 2006, Sibel Edmonds named Rick Santorum as one of her "Dirty Dozen", listing members of congress who "by their action or inaction, have stood against real investigations, hearings, and legislation dealing with government whistleblowers who have exposed waste, fraud, abuse, and or criminal activities within government agencies."[1]


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