Frederic Whitehurst was a chemist and lab supervisor who was the FBI's top bomb residue expert, claimed he was singled out for retaliation when he refused to recant or to doctor his reports to support the FBI's urea nitrate bomb theory as the cause for the February 26, 1993 World Trade Center bombing. His complaint triggered an overhaul of the FBI's world-renowned crime lab and he settled a lawsuit against the FBI for more than $1.16 million. 
- Frederic Whitehurst, FBI Lab Whistleblower Testifying at the World Trade Center Bombing Trial, Public Action, Inc., 14 August 1995.
- FBI whistle-blower leaves, gets $1.16 million," CNN.com, 27 February 1998.
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