An additional quote from the "letter never sent" (except to the OIG):
The above.....proves something I have heretofore somewhat avoided writing of in this report, as it is something even "enlightened to BCAG QA Management corruption" me is still somewhat in denial about—for, even as it is a repeatedly proven and witnessed fact to me that corrupt BCAG Management does not give a damn about the Quality of the airplanes we build and they are now rampantly sacrificing that Quality in search of ever greater "bottom line value"--the fact that those same corrupt BCAG Managers also do not give a damn about the Safety of the airplanes we build and they also are now rampantly sacrificing the safety of the public that travel on our airplanes in search of even more great "bottom line value"—is not pleasant to comprehend—even though it is obviously also true. In aerospace, Quality and Safety are but two sides of the same coin—and they are therefore inseparably linked. Previous attempts to separate Quality and Safety to save certification and aircraft build costs to the industry have failed, with catastrophic results. The (airline) accident is but one likely example. You, I’m sure, know this. BCAG does not, obviously. They are likely trying to ease such "certification burdens" even up to this present day that they think have been placed upon them unnecessarily on components they guess will never cause an accident on an airplane at 30,000 feet where there is no place to "pull over" and "park." Luckily your agency stands between such naïve BCAG efforts to cut costs and their enactment.
The Last Inspector