An additional quote from the "letter never sent" (except to the OIG):
They did not want to spend the money as a result of my RDR to adequately test the .020" diameter safety cable at BCAG to find a minimum valid crimp length for the ferrules to add to BAC5018 so the safety cable could be adequately inspected per those requirements before myriad more such discrepant critical safety cable installations delivered on our airplanes to carry such "Guinea Pigs," so why would they do any differently with the cotter pins they deleted the sealant from? Using the public as Guinea Pigs "to add value" by not ensuring adequate levels of safety, even in critical safety devices, is par for the course for their corrupt selves. Thankfully, you and I are here to right their terrible wrongs.
The Last Inspector