Head over to the gallery to view the rest of the collection and enjoy the previews.Hello everybody, Finally we reached the end of year 2013 and about to embark on the journey to the new year 2014.
“If you want to be a bully and beat your chest, this is the agency where you want to work in management,” says Natalie Khawam, a Florida-based attorney who has handled dozens of discrimination and whistleblower cases against the TSA across the country.
Bermudez’s troubles have been exacerbated by health problems, including post-traumatic stress disorder, which she says is related to her military service in Iraq.
We all thought it was wonderful watching her play with her first doll but she was soon bored with the clothes she came in.
When I went to buy some new doll clothes I found it really difficult to find any and those I did find were very expensive.
Although her protest has quite literally made her case highly visible, she is far from the only woman who alleges that her life has been upended by working at TSA.
A House oversight committee’s summary of its hearings on the agency in April was scathing: “As a result of a chilling culture of intimidation and retaliation at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), security gaps go unaddressed, and senior employees are not held accountable for misconduct.” The Office of Special Counsel, an independent federal agency that investigates employment issues that include whistleblower retaliation claims, has received 121 complaints from TSA this year — up from 87 last year, according to statistics provided in response to a request from The Washington Post. Our security is at risk,” says Andrew Rhoades, an assistant director in the TSA Office of Security Operations who testified in congressional hearings.
They would be her uniform, as much as combat boots and fatigues once had been. “Little did I know that when I said something, I would be fighting the agency.
Down 12th Street, around the corner to Hayes Street. “TSA has a saying: If you see something, say something,” Bermudez, 33, says one afternoon.
Bustamante's attorneys presented evidence from a psychiatrist who testified that Prozac could have been a 'major contributing factor' in the slaying — a theory rejected by a prosecution psychiatrist who insisted there was no scientific evidence of Prozac causing homicides, or even increasing aggression.
They testified that Bustamante acknowledged digging it but said she just liked to dig holes.
Besides that we also added the new images from the Alyssa doll created by a creative fans who made it all by her/himself.