Too Scared To Tell is a must-read for anyone who has ever wondered -"Should I tell?" Unfortunately, the irony of telling about a crime or misdemeanor is that those who do so are often treated harshly because speaking up is often viewed as more of a crime than the crime itself. Those who tell become rats, snitches, weasels, and the list goes on. No one is immune; it does not matter whether or not he or she is a member of Congress, the military, law enforcement, a doctor, lawyer, our kids, the butcher, baker, or candlestick maker.
Elwood Corbin is an attorney admitted to the New Jersey and Pennsylvania bar. Prior to that, he served a stint in the military, taught high school English and journalism, where his journalism class produced award-winning school newspapers.
A history buff, his first novel, The End of Yesterday, took a different, somewhat romantic, and mystical look at the Spanish Civil War.
Corbin and his wife live in New Jersey. They are the parents of three children.
Keywords: Witness Intimidation, Social Media, Whistleblowers, Child-Rearing, Snitching, Growhouses, ME -TOO, Military Crimes, Blue Code, Witness Protection, Teacher, Parents, Indoctrination