An additional quote from the "letter never sent" (except to the OIG). These next quotes (like some before) can be read sequentially, as they are from the same paragraph and quoted in the same order they were written. This is an extremely important part of this letter, as it shows the state of Boeing after the FAA's investigation, and my naive hopes for an ethical FAA investigation outcome even after the corrupt FAA reformed next to nothing of the many serious noncompliances at Boeing that I reported to them. Start at the 11-02-06 quote for the beginning of this important passage from the letter if you missed any earlier parts of this thread.
It is that that makes me believe that in fact your office will pull our PC.
Special note: Regardless of your political stripe, I think we can all agree that voters yesterday voted for a congress that took its oversight responsibilities seriously and would actually perfom them. If a Republican, today is a day you likely wish that your party that controls congress until January had taken its oversight responsibilities seriously and not in effect handed that issue to the Democrats who used it to take control of the next congress. As a result, I think we can now all agree that unbiased oversight is a good thing--obviously a majority of Americans think that, and voted to have effective oversight in congress even if they did not necessarily like the Democratic party. That is a good thing, because it shows the public values the very thing--unbiased and effective oversight--that Boeing and the FAA currently do not think is of value, as shown on this site. This makes the prospects for ending the corruption at Boeing and the FAA in their "oversight" responsibilities that are supposed to, when actually performed, ensure the quality, safety, and reliability of Boeing airplanes much more likely now. The public and the next congress considering oversight as so essential should change the way corruption such as the Boeing/FAA corruption noted on this site is viewed and dealt with in the very near future. With that healthy change, I hope that this corruption at Boeing will be viewed and dealt with as it should be--as something much worse than the past Sears/Druyun/EELV Boeing corruption, and even much worse than what occurred at Enron. Any impartial observer I think would conclude that this Boeing/FAA corruption, placing lives at risk, is far worse than Enron's past corruption. I take that the new mood in the public and congress will make corruption as exists in the FAA intolerable, as well as the corruption I've documented at Boeing likewise intolerable, and the public/congress will demand its end.
The Last Inspector