Lockheed Martin Whistle Blower Wins Lawsuit

The Denver Post, Felisa Cardona, is reporting a whistle-blower has won a a lawsuit against Lockheed Martin.  The whistle-blower, Andrea L. Brown, the former director of communications for Lockheed Martin alleged in 2008 that her boss was having affairs with soldiers in the U.S. Army and passing the cost of the liaisons along to the US government. 

Ms. Brown alleged Lockheed Martin forced to quit her job because she reported (blew the whistle) on the former vice president of communications, Wendy Owen, inappropriate gifts to soldiers in Iraq.  The administrative law judge ordered Ms. Brown could return to work at Lockheed Martin and awarded her damages for lost wages and emotional distress.