Time for a change. As I've quoted pretty much everything from my first report to the FAA, I will move on to slightly newer material, this time from my addendum (supplement) to my first report, which took the corrupt MIDO personnel I submitted it to by surprise, as they thought they had "killed without cause" my first report some months earlier, while conveniently not even telling me they did so, hoping thereby I would somehow forget about the fraud I witnessed every day at Boeing, and "drop the ball" of my attempt at righting this corruption before innocent people got killed because of it, just like they dropped it. However, sadly (to their corrupt portion of the agency) I did not "drop the ball" that they so eagerly did drop, which they dropped not only to protect Boeing's corruption from being exposed, but to also cover up their complicity in that corruption by their habitual, friendly to Boeing corruption "look the other way" method of overseeing the integrity of Boeing's Production Certificate, thereby making that certificate not worth the paper it is printed on, as its integrity is not ensured as required, not to mention the fact, as I have witnessed its defiling by Boeing's intentional mismanagement during this time of lack of oversight by the FAA, that it therefore should not exist at all. So, they had to begin to go through the motions of an "investigation" of my report again, but this time had to make it look a little more believable than the prior intentionally inept "investigation" of my original report:
Please attach this as an addendum to my letter dated 1/12/02. This is the remainder of the information I had intended to include in my original letter, but had no time (even without sleep) to add. Due to its sheer volume, I think you can see why I couldn’t finish it. Don’t be discouraged by its volume. A lot of it is reference material, and I’ve included applicable portions of our QA Manual that are being violated, so pretty much the whole QA Manual is quoted. I’ve condensed material to what I thought you might want to read, to save you time. I have included comments within the references, usually followed by a few dashes, or in parentheses. This letter also adds additional detail to the previously reported items I have had time to research since my original letter...
On page 32 of my original letter, the name of the QA Planning, CAU, MRB, Completed Records, and ORIS supervisor I couldn’t remember was (name). He is the second of the three QA Supervisors under (name), QA Director. The other QA Supervisor is (name), who covers on second shift. I have had very little contact with (name) or (name). I believe that (name) is doing a very poor job in his position, which I have described the results of often in my comments on QA Planning and CAU in my original letter. Still, (name) and (name) are pretty much neck-and-neck in their race to the bottom (as far as which QA supervisor) can be the more noncompliant with the FAA-approved manual requirements, so far.
The Last Inspector