Please see my new webpage by clicking on this link--It documents Boeing retaliation against other Quality Assurance Inspectors who attempted to do their jobs, showing I am not alone in being retaliated against by Boeing for taking data home to use to end Boeing's crusade against inspectors doing their job even minimally per the FAA mandated quality requirements.
Today's Daily Report Quote:
This quote is also from my first report to the FAA local MIDO office, when I was naive and chose not to believe all those press reports about the FAA being the "handmaiden of the aviation industry" and a "tombstone agency." This quote details my history as an inspector at Boeing, and some of the other corrupt Boeing QA supervisors I've worked for over the years:
So there. You know more about me and the inspection culture at PSD and the rest of BCAG than you will ever learn in a lifetime of ACSEP audits. What can you do about the above problems? How can you investigate the above? I don’t expect you to, except for one thing.
The former QA Supervisors’ ethical shortcomings I don’t expect you will investigate, though you are welcome to investigate any of the above information you wish. I’d like you to investigate (name's) meeting with me, however. He is the current QA Supervisor at PSD, and his ethics, or lack thereof, impinge on the quality and safety of the engines, APUs, and struts we provide for all Washington built Commercial Airplanes. I don’t expect someone of his integrity to confirm my recount of the meeting. My recount is as close as you’ll ever get to what was said in that room absent a tape recorder. He warned me to keep all of it in that room. I didn’t, by this action. He demonstrated by that meeting his willingness to go to any length of unethical behavior to achieve his ends, including firing me on a knowingly fabricated charge of "not supporting the delivery schedule" if I didn't start roller stamping.
The Last Inspector