Frederic Whitehurst had what it takes to change the FBI forever. A highly decorated three tour veteran of the Vietnam War, the youngest recipient of the Navy Medal for Heroism, a Ph.D. From Duke University in Chemistry, along with a Post Doc. Degree from Texas A&M. He advanced quickly up the ranks of the FBI and soon became a Supervisory Special Agent and the FBI’s top explosive expert. By the time his whistleblowing was done, he had forced the FBI to accredit its laboratory and obtained outside oversight of the FBI for the first time in history. His whistleblower case forced President Clinton to issue a directive granting whistleblower rights to every FBI agent. Whitehurst obtained a record-breaking $1.4 million settlement with the government.