This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report.
Please investigate our lack of compliance to our System Audit QOI. I spoke of what I went through when I tried to work to that QOI in item 1 above. See if you can find the System Audit book I made up that I turned in to (my QA Lead) to give to (my QA supervisor) for his signatures on the Audit Schedules that were required before I could do any auditing per the schedules. I never got the book back with the required signatures, as they did not want me to actually work to the QOI, but to only pretend I did, as the "audit schedule" that was done by (name) and (name) attests was done prior to the time I was assigned to do it (See Exhibit AB). If they won’t give it to you, no matter. I’ve attached pretty much everything that was in it (Exhibit AC). When I didn’t get the book back so I could do the auditing the way it was supposed to be done per our QOI, which included auditing QA to see if we complied with our QOIs (I think you can see now, after reading all of the above, why I didn’t get those signatures, as it scared the holy hell out of them to have a "thorough" ethical inspector like me, with some integrity, auditing us for compliance to our QOIs), I just continued on, and worked per the procedures of the system audit QOI dealing with auditing our QOIs for content, less the compliance part they didn’t want me to do for obvious reasons.
The Last Inspector