Last month, we had posted about how a whistleblower was using YouTube to make his point after being rebuffed by the federal government, his Congressman, and others.
It turns out that some of his allegations were true:
A report released Aug. 11 by the inspector general, Richard Skinner, appears to confirm some allegations put forth last month by former Lockheed Martin employee Michael De Kort, 41, who used the unconventional platform of YouTube.com to air grievances with the information systems on the Coast Guard’€™s 123-foot patrol boats.
An effective use of YouTube indeed…
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