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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 27 – During the T-Mobile / Sprint merger trial, whistleblowers within Sprint approached Inner City Press with complaints out how they say the public would face higher prices, and said the plaintiff States are dropping the ball. See below.

 Now on January 27 into the docket goes this: "ENDORSED LETTER addressed to Judge Victor Marrero from Manish Dube dated 1/23/2020 re: I am writing to you today to report fundamental 'wrongs' in the inner and departmental working of T-Mobile. I have had the misfortune to be employed for T-Mobile and have witnessed glaring abuses of American fundamentals which is company wide in the Information Technology sector and in its workings. Abuses such as awarding of contract jobs to visa holder companies, which in turn promotes taking jobs away from the American citizens' in the US. Senior leadership (VP levels and up) involved in contract award scams. Allegations of Senior leadership involved in female visa worker sexual assault incidents. (The visa workers are not able to come forward for fear of losing their American dream). The blatant hiring of immigrant friends and friends of immigrant coworkers with out basic checks and balances promoting the workplace to be reverse racist. Targeting of African -American's in the Information Technology organization using subversive means. Employees who complained about such wrongdoings were either quieted with a pay package or were terminated citing edge case rule/s. T-Mobile a company who's fundamentals' are so morally wrong could never do any long term good for the greatest Nation on this earth; THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Strengthening a company with such values will be synonymous to feeding a future curse. For the above reasons and many more such reasons that I am unable to articulate, Sprint's merger with T-Mobile is not in the best interest of our Nation. I hope I was able to communicate to you in the right spirit and be of help to my United States of America. 3924 Ashford Dunwoody Rd Atlanta, GA 30319 716-574- ENDORSEMENT: The Clerk of Court is directed to enter into the public record of this action the letter above submitted to the Court by Manish Dube. So Ordered. (Signed by Judge Victor Marrero on 1/27/2020) "

   We'll have more on this. In December, one issue raised to and published by Inner City Press involved Sprint's extensive 850 megahertz spectrum and the ways it has found to use it - all to be discarded and made more expensive if T-Mobile takes it over.

    Prior to cutting spending in connection with - or in order to help gain approval for - the current merger proposal with T-Mobile, the whistleblowers say, Sprint found ways to use the spectrum it has, including small cell technology from providers like Florida-based Airspan and a company in Taiwan.

    All of this is to jettisoned if the merger is approved, and more expensive contracts with Nokia and Ericsson. The whistleblowers asked Inner City Press, having read its live coverage of Sprint and SoftBank testimony at the trial before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Victor Marrero, How can those costs not ultimately be passed on to consumers?  

  Inner City Press in turn asked them, Why haven't the plaintiff states raises these issues? The states didn't get or talk to the right experts, one proffered. Another said that in her view, New York and California are just trying to salvage some side deals on call centers and job retention, not protect consumers on price.

  Meanwhile, they say, spending within Sprint is being cut in as if to bring things in line with the "damaged goods" presentation by Sprint and SoftBank bring presented to Judge Marrero, and live tweeted by Inner City Press. One asked, Is this legal, to begin coordinating in this way even during the trial?  More on Patreon here.

      Other whistleblowers, from other parts of the proposed merger and from the wider industry, are starting to come forward - watch this site.  The case is State of New York, et al., v. Deutsche Telekom AG, et al., 19-cv-5434 (Marrero). 


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