An open letter to FBI Director James Comey

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(Delivered via https://tips.fbi.gov/)

Dear Mr. Comey:

I recently heard you and your agents plan to walk off the job if the DOJ fails to indict on the evidence submitted concerning Hillary Rodham Clinton.  You have earned my deepest respect.  It is a difficult decision to make.  I know because I’m a Fortune 500 whistleblower.  You have the details in your own records so no need to get into that here.

What I do wish to share with you is what a difficult decision you are about to follow through with as I suspect the current criminal regime at the DOJ no longer hesitates to throw justice to the wind.  When it becomes that personal, it really is painful, for you and every one of your agents who makes the right decision.  I knew my career was washed up when I decided the same thing.  I cried at my desk very deeply before I decided to proceed.  I knew it was the right thing to do.

Integrity really is priceless, Mr. Comey.  It will always remain above and beyond the reach of money, which appears to be the controlling force behind all the evil you’ve been fighting.  The fear of losing that paycheck thought necessary to properly care for our families is a strong one for most people.  However, that fear can be overcome by taking the moral high ground, which I believe you and other career agents with integrity are about to do.  It’s the only location to be in our lives in which any of us can be sure we are right with God, and I mean the Creator of heaven and Earth who dwells inside the heart of every human who truly loves him.

Judgment Day is upon us.  It is not a group thing that so many imagine it to be.  It is a very personal thing.  That’s our one-on-one day with God.  That’s the day we decide, whom do we really serve?

Joshua 24:15 New International Version (NIV)
15 But if serving the Lord seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the gods your ancestors served beyond the Euphrates, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you are living. But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord.”

That fateful day in which I decided that the confidentiality agreement I signed was, under the principles of law, no longer valid because it required nondisclosure of crime and was null and void, I also knew I was not going to waste my 90-day probation period on this new job, so I prepared a CD for the FBI, IRS, and SEC with a three-foot tall stack of evidence on it of forgeries, expense reporting fraud, and insider trading.  Then I walked out the door with my head held high, escorted by security because I was fired on trumped up charges.

I walked out proud and I never regretted my decision because I knew it was the right thing to do.  I had the moral high ground and I had nothing to feel ashamed of.  I had done the right thing.

As for what happened to my future, well it was not the first time in my life that I trusted in the Lord, so I was not as totally afraid as one is the first time they make such a decision.

Proverbs 3:5-6 New International Version (NIV)
Trust in the Lord with all your heart
and lean not on your own understanding;
in all your ways submit to him,
and he will make your paths straight.[a]

This is where your families will stand behind you and that is where your greatest strength lies.  I have trusted the Lord with all of my heart and guess what?  He was there for me when I needed him the most.  Miracles abound everyday, Mr. Comey.  It was a beautiful New Age minister from Pittsburg who taught me to recognize that what we so often call luck or a coincidence is in fact a miracle.  God performs miracles frequently in the lives of those who love him and trust in his requirement that integrity must always be our measuring rod.

Life goes on.  Your path will be different after you make that most critical decision and follow through with it, but on your new path you will see the light that you had indeed made the right choice.

God bless you and your agents.  I know this is the most difficult decision in your life.  But think of it like this.  If you change your mind and your announcement passes into history as nothing but hot air, what then do you have left?

What you will have left is the fact that you had that opportunity to change the world as an individual human being and you passed it up.  Therefore nothing will have changed for the better and you will have been an accomplice to it.

Maybe this is one of those letters I send to the FBI from time to time that warrants being hung on every break room refrigerator door.

Sincerely,

Dorothy Kulik aka
Jane Doe Smith Rogers aka
Esmerelda Traveler (on Twitter)
Servant of God

“Integrity is priceless; for everything else there is MasterCard.”  ‑‑Jane Doe Smith Rogers, an uncommonly common person.

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