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  • Last week, Ms. Brian said the IG subpoena infringed on POGO's "freedom of speech, freedom of press, and freedom of association rights as they relate to all whistleblowers and sources."

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  • "Our mission as a public-interest watchdog would be severely damaged if we violated the trust of our sources," Ms. Brian said in a statement. "We have faced these kinds of threats before and have never wavered. We will not violate the trust whistleblowers have placed in us by revealing their identities to anyone."

    VA IG subpoenas watchdog group →

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