Not much to report from the trial by Boeing of me from yesterday, as almost the whole day was spent in jury selection.
I did learn an interesting fact, however, about Vanessa Lee, the lead Boeing Legal Attorney representing and reporting back to Boeing Legal and Boeing Executive Management progress and strategy in the trial.
I learned that she is "under immense pressure" by Boeing to secure my (unjust) conviction. So much so that pressure has taken its toll on her emotionally.
She was the Boeing Legal attorney that has been involved in trying to secure my demise from the outset, having me followed home and who knows what else before I was arrested and my house ransacked for evidence to "hang" me with.
Also, Peter Conte, head purveyor of only positive news and twister of the truth into something different for Boeing, showed up at the trial in street clothes as opposed to his Armani suit befitting a Boeing Executive of his pay grade, which shows the importance of this trial, as Boeing's lead spinner is now in attendance.
That's it for now.
A response to a comment on this blog post:
Wrong. No pedestal. No ego. Look at my website and you'll find detailed info on wrongdoing, not "Boeing Sucks." Of course I don't understand all of the things going on in the world. That's why I'm where I am today. I trusted too many powerful people to do their jobs. Naive, I was. Hell, I may make the same mistake and trust the wrong people again at my peril. I'm far from perfect. Your motto (and many other deluded people) seems to be "it's all good." I heard that frequently at Boeing. Many people get through the day that way. It's not the ethical or brave thing to do, but it's certainly the easiest way to work in a corrupt workplace. Then there's the "if you can't beat them (get them thrown in jail for their corruption), then join them" ethic. That explains some of those who still defend Boeing after perusing my site--especially the ones that work at Boeing and know the corruption I detail is endemic. They somehow feel I am attacking their paycheck or Sharevalue payout by telling the truth, so they lash out. Where you are on that spectrum I do not know. If you can't judge others correctly, I doubt you could be trusted to judge yourself. I have pointed out positives as well as negatives about the justice system I've been placed in. No, the world is not totally black and white.
The Last Inspector
The Last Inspector