I submitted a detailed report to the SEC and offered to share my confidential files, which contain hundreds of pages of courtroom-ready evidence, including copies of email correspondence, internal documents, audio recordings and witness statements….
Eight months have passed, and the SEC has expressed no interest in pursuing the case. They’ve never asked to see my evidence. What should have been a slam dunk prosecution resulted in little more than a form letter from Sean McKessy, head of the Office of the Whistleblower. I’m director of a national investigative firm licensed in over 40 states and Washington, D.C. My clients include insurers, financial institutions and government agencies. If the SEC won’t actively pursue a complaint from someone with my credentials, then what exactly are they doing?
via Blowing the Whistle on the SEC Whistleblower Program — Huffington Post