The world of the financial whistlebloweris a world of secrecy, clandestine meetings, and hidden identities.
It is a high risk, sometimes traumatic experience for the whistleblower—and it doesn't always pay off.
Meet a man whose lawyer will only let us identify him as "Mr. ABC."
He’s worked at some of the most prestigious firms on Wall Street. And he’s convinced they are getting away with hundreds of millions of dollars of tax fraud every year.
“I didn't know that people treated the federal Treasury as a cookie jar that they could raid," he says.