posted on Aug, 19 2013 @ 05:19 PM
This is just random thinking, not an official ATS grayeagle Think Tank position.
The WBs have to know where to go, or who to contact, in some secure manner. Follow up contacts have to be arranged, equally securely.
Whether the contact point is local, national, or international, there must be a way to securely transmit the information to a Center for review and
The Center could be people spread around the country, or gathered in one place. There are problems with both. If they're spread, there will be more
communications, increasing the chance of intercept. If they're centralized (by that I mean meeting together) the meeting might be harder to hide,
and each individual would know the identity of the rest. (Masks?) (CCTV conferencing within the building with faces erased?)
The Center makes their decision and securely notifies the WB for next steps. That might be appearing before a Congressional committee, an agency IG,
or fleeing the country. In any event, the Center has to arrange for security for the WB, maybe chartered plane, travel plans, maybe a full false
identity. If they go full false identity, they'd need to have some source for the documents outside of normal channels. They'd also have to have
arrangements for a foreign country to take him, and some way of getting him there.
If it's a state problem, or a problem with a business, maybe the Department of Justice could arrange for protection in some cases. But the Center
would have to make the call of what is safe.
That's the barest, bare bones skeleton of what I've taken from this so far. Anybody want to add their corrections and comments?