The following local Seattle TV news story was broadcast on June 12th, 2006, less than a month after my termination by Boeing for my whistleblowing activities about Boeing QA Management fraud and other Boeing frauds. It was done by Fox News Q13. I think it was pretty well done considering I obviously was never meant to be on TV. Some people think I actually look like a character from the third Star Wars movie, Return of the Jedi. Whether I look like Han Solo or Jabba the Hut I'll leave it up to you to judge.
Here is the HD desktop version of the video:
And here is the smartphone compact version:
Here is the recently found February 25th, 2009 KOMO TV4 Seattle story about the dismissal of the unfounded Computer Trespass charges that Boeing had Dan Satterberg, Republican hack King County Prosecuting Attorney, file against me on July 10th, 2007.
Marlee Ginter was the enterprising reporter who put it together, and it was anchored by Kathi Goertzen, who was only back from surgery for nine days, and ultimately died a little over three years later from complications of the non-cancerous tumor she had fought since 1998. Sad, indeed.
What is notable about this story is Boeing's statement calling my accusations of Boeing management's QA fraud "outrageous," while not denying any of them. This is one of the few times I agreed with what Boeing said about what I witnessed at Boeing. Indeed, Boeing's management driven QA fraud is outrageous, and it should be to anyone who finds out about it until it is ended forever.
Also noted in the report is a snippet over the fight over my computer that Boeing had had seized from me, and were then trying to prevent it from being given to federal government authorities who were investigating Boeing export control fraud and technology theft at the time.
Here is the "HD" desktop video of the report (Even though the preview image is black, the video will still play when clicked):
Here is the compact version for smartphones:
The following is the excellent and important documentary "Broken Dreams: The Boeing 787" by Al Jazeera America. They went undercover inside Boeing and unsurprisingly found workers casually commenting that they would never risk their lives on one because of what they witnessed in their jobs on the 787 production line. I empathize 100%. Been there, have witnessed that as well, and have that unfortunately fact based belief myself. Us Boeing workers have seen "how the sausage is made" unsafe at Boeing, and rightly don't want ourselves or our families to be made "sausage" in a crash because of it like that fraud has made hundreds or thousands of people before.
This report contains interviews with intrepid aerospace reporter (and my collaborator on exposing Boeing fraud) Dominic Gates of the Seattle Times, as well as uber ethical and knowledgeable Mary Schiavo, former Inspector General watchdog at the corrupt Department of Transportation. Ms. Schiavo is my expert source on my page as to why Flying is more dangerous than driving.
It's a great report, in the uncompromising best traditions of journalism. An "interviewed" Boeing Exec ends up looking like a deer in the headlights at one point. You get to see first hand how arrogant Boeing's Media Relations people handle reporters who ask questions that might reflect accurately on Boeing fraud and incompetence. Boeing fanboys didn't like this excellent and hard hitting report because they are so inured to sucking up to Boeing.
Corrupt Boeing Management acolytes also dissed this report Trump-esque style, using bigoted phobias against Muslims to falsely cast doubt on this report. But such unethical conduct sloughs off Boeing like putrid slime and onto anyone who has chosen to associate with corrupt Boeing Management. I will further deconstruct this excellent report in the future.