If federal and state governments were serious about both "wars" on terrorism and drugs, then whistle-blower retribution would be made felonies on both federal and state levels. Also, corporations and domestic governments would be held liable for use of their property to assist in these activities. Law and regulatory enforcement should have no immunity for threats against any witness or unwillingness to protect a whistle-blower that prevents the reporting of terrorist support or drug activities.

Our governments have just been playing political power games with trillions of our tax dollars. Our national security and social welfare have been placed at risk by selfish political ambitions that deliberately refuse to implement meaningful defenses.

Kevan C. Crawford

Salt Lake City