An additional quote from the "letter never sent" (except to the OIG):
I wish I could cease using the word “prevarication” in this letter, as it too, I’m sure, is becoming monotonous just as the prevarications the word identifies are themselves correspondingly monotonous. Just as monotonous as the word “corruption” in my report and in this letter when describing BCAG QA Management likely is. However, both words fit like gloves to their described subjects and no substitute will do. For instance, “lying” would not be fitting to use often to “mix it up a little” with the usual “prevarication.” “Lying” implies a childish and innocuous fib, I believe. BCAG QA Management’s prevarications are no such thing. They are prevarications of an extremely high criminal level attempting “to sweep under the rug” your valid dead serious Findings without even any aknowledgement of their existence at all in some cases. Their continuing attempts to evade compliance and continue the noncompliances documented in your Findings “to add value” when people could actually die because of that continuing noncompliance requires a more serious “adult”
word, like prevarication—“a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth, intentionally vague or ambiguous, the deliberate act of deviating from the truth”--to match that serious crime.
The Last Inspector