In the dock: Antoine Deltour, Edouard Perrin – or Luxembourg?

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From Richard Brooks, a flippant but telling tweet:

and a picture of one of three people formally accused for their role in this whistleblower scandal:

Who is in the dock? The whistleblowers? Or the tax haven of Luxembourg and PWC, the multinational that has been behind this trial?

The Global Alliance for Tax Justice has an article entitled Tell Luxembourg: Don’t jail whistleblower “heroes”. Also see, from Transparency International: “LuxLeaks: Whistleblowers like Antoine Deltour should be celebrated,” or “LuxLeaks whistleblower should be celebrated and protected, not prosecuted, says Oxfam

Also note our recent blog on the European Trade Secrets Directive, which will make it easy to pursue whistleblowers in future.

Note the support websites:  and and a petition: 

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One thought on “In the dock: Antoine Deltour, Edouard Perrin – or Luxembourg?

  1. Hi
    Please never forget R HALET as he is also a whistleblower and he is alone against this big 4 and big companies!! No formal committee or financial help!
    Sign the pledge hereénérale
    Thanks for him

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