The OSC said it had investigated Bricker's "allegations and concluded there were reasonable grounds to believe that the person nel actions violated the Whistleblower Protection Act," according to an agency statement released in February 2005
But Bricker said OSC could not have reached any other decision in her case, noting: "This was a no-brainer. This was an easy one."
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Photo Credit: 1. PHOTOS, CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT, BY MARK AVERY, RHEA ANNA, WILLIAM PERLMAN/THE STAR-LEDGER AND JOE BRIER/FOR THE STAR-LEDGER
Graphic Credit: THE STAR-LEDGER
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