heavy secret, the day came when Alayne Fleischmann couldn't take it
is a tall, thin, quick-witted securities lawyer in her late thirties,
with long blond hair, pale-blue eyes and an infectious sense of humor
that has survived some very tough times. She's had to struggle to find
work despite some striking skills and qualifications, a common symptom
of a not-so-common condition called being a whistle-blower.
witnessed, then tried to stop, what she describes as "massive criminal
securities fraud" in the bank's mortgage operations.
Thanks to a confidentiality agreement, she's kept her mouth shut since
then. "My closest family and friends don't know what I've been living
with," she says. "Even my brother will only find out for the first time
when he sees this interview."
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