Tips For Submissions
We just received the following email:
I am someone whose personal experience may be useful to you. I would be willing to testify about what I know. If you are building a case, please let me know if you have someone who could at the very least use me as part of the investigation. I had information very early that I should not have known.
Not very specific …
Similarly, we receive emails every day saying something to the effect of:
I’m a great writer! Will you post my essays?
You may be the most important whistleblower since Ellsberg and Snowden – or the best writer since the guys who wrote the Constitution – but we wouldn’t know it unless you provide details.
We’re not being arrogant … no one would respond to our emails to larger websites if we weren’t specific.