Whistleblower Visited By FBI Mysteriously Sent to Psych Ward
Jamie Fox is currently a social worker at the San Francisco VA Medical Center (SFVAMC). Since late October, she’s been visited by federal agents who told her that the memes she had shared on Twitter months ago suddenly made her dangerous.
Fox was involuntarily committed to a psych ward hours after these agents visited her home. Even though she has since been released, her Second Amendment rights have been terminated, and now she is on leave from work and being investigated.
“I feel violated,” Fox said of the entire affair. “[The VA] know[s] my vulnerabilities, and they use them against me.”
Fox said she first became a VA whistleblower in 2008 when she insisted on testifying on behalf of a co-worker she thought was being harassed because of sexual orientation.
After legal proceedings finally ended in 2013, Fox learned her C-File, a folder created by the VA that contains sensitive, personal information – including her psychologist's notes – could be accessed without her authorization.
Years later, Fox still has not received a full accounting of who accessed her C-File.
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