This article doesn't place Tony Shaeffer in front of Congress, rather, it places him and a handfull of of other whistleblowers ~ Whistleblowers Anonymous, if you will, at a small resort island named CHINCOTEAGUE, Va.
Here is the gist of the story (IMO);
"Most cannot discuss the allegations they are making in detail because the specifics are highly classified. Some even have trouble outlining the alleged violations that ended their own careers. The agencies they work for also refuse to answer questions about the specific cases."
I'm guessing USNews.com needed to fill some white space.
The media keeps intertwining LTCol Schaeffer's military career as a reserve officer with his career as a civil servant at DIA. I find it very disingenous.
Working in a SCI program and having shady foriegn contacts or talking to the media is grounds for clearance revocation. That's the bottomline!!!!