Hi all. I was recently a witness to an incident involving an hourly employee and a security guard. I am not going into much detail concerning this but the incident seemed as if it was going to come to blows. I interjected myself into the situation to try and defuse it by stepping in between the 2 individuals and calmly talking to them. A supervisor also interjected himself to help try to defuse the situation. After about 5 minutes we had the situation under control and everything seemed to be resolved and everyone went to their respective jobs. This was before the sort started. Now, I have security coming to me and pressuring me to file a witness statement on the incident. If I file this statement then both parties will definitely loose their jobs and I feel uncomfortable about it. I have voiced my opinion on the issue but security has said that I have no choice in the matter and I must file a statement. This has also gone further with my supervisor informing security that I will not file a statement and then he was told, and I overheard this, that if I didn't file a statement then it would be insubordination which makes me feel like my job has been threatened. I have filed a statement but not what they want because I stated that I refused to do one until I speak with my Union Business Agent and stated that I felt pressured and that my job was threatened. The question here is, am I obligated to file a statement on the incident even though I feel this would not benefit anyone in the matter and also go against my "freedom of speech" right to speak or not to speak as I choose?