An additional quote from the "letter never sent" (except to the OIG):
Sadly, but not unexpectedly, BCAG is acting with the habits of a "terrible twos" toddler in this situation. Much like a toddler that is picked up from excitedly playing in the mud by their parent (like you are attempting to "pick up" BCAG from playing in what they see as the "value adding quagmire of noncompliance"), BCAG is not complying as you wanted them to, and instead, like that typical myopic toddler, they are "going limp" to avoid that compliance (trying to evade your "arms of compliance"), and are trying to use their own particular version of "toddleresque magic"(that I, a parent, believe is up to the present day unexplained by science) to make their 30 LB weight seem more like 500 LBs when they want down as they attempt to slip between your arms back into that "value adding" noncompliance quagmire again. It’s too bad they have the mindset of a toddler avoiding responsibility and throwing a tantrum when it comes to the seriousness of being compliant with the FAA-approved Quality System requirements when they are part of the safety critical Transport Aircraft Industry. There is only one thing that can sober BCAG up to their adult-level responsibilities to comply with those Quality System requirements. And you know what that is already.
The Last Inspector