Another Forum Post on Boeing/FAA fraud and My Attempt to End It and the Resulting Ramifications... And the Daily Report Quote
Reminder: Please write to Henry Waxman's House Government Oversight and Reform Committee and your Representatives in Congress today! Please see my 8-9-07 post for details!
Today is another post by other members of forums I have visited:
They have also seen what I have seen at Boeing. I am not alone by far, I know. That is why I am being made an example of what happens to those who tell on Boeing.
Today's Daily Report Quote:
This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report:
This item I have no direct evidence of, as all of the "negotiating" goes on behind closed doors, but it is that Manufacturing gets to select their own inspectors. I have described in detail how Manufacturing virtually is the QA Department, so this item should be no surprise. I usually find out where I am being transferred to next from shop mechanics, who get that information somehow before I do. I believe it is unethical for manufacturing to select which inspectors inspect their product. In an honest QA System that had integrity, it would not matter which inspector shop selected, as each inspector would do their job with the same high ethics, consistency, and integrity. The only differences between inspectors would be their unique personalities. However, that is not the system in place at PSD, or BCAG. Since some inspectors inspect, and some just collect paychecks and pretend to inspect, shop has a motivation to select their preferred inspector. It is not the motivation you would expect of a world-class high technology aircraft manufacturing company, where millions of people’s lives are at stake because of the integrity of our products. Nope, they don’t want the ethical inspector that will help them ensure the product is built right, they all want the roller stamping inspector that will help them ensure the product gets out the door on time, regardless of how critical that product is to the safe flight of the airplane. Ask shop mechanics how they find out where we are transferred to before we do.
The Last Inspector