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.
One day I was working over with the lead’s approval, and (name) came by and asked what I was working on. I told him I was writing an info pickup as he had told me to do earlier that day. He said I could do that the next day, and to go home immediately, even though each engine’s paperwork was supposed to be done before it shipped.
The Last Inspector