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November 6, 2019 by Mark Worth

Boeing 787 whistleblower Mitch Barnett honored by Ralph Nader
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My firm, along with the Law Office of Robert M. Turkewitz, LLC, are proud to represent John "Mitch" Barnett in his courageous journey to bring to light serious safety issues with the Boeing 787. Mr. Barnett and our other whistleblower clients foster accountability and make this world a safer place. Whistleblowers should be encouraged to bring their concerns to their companies. As such, whistleblowers should be protected and not retaliated against, and companies should be held responsible for their actions or inactions that endanger consumers, the flying public, and society in general.

November 6, 2019 by Theo Leggett

Boeing whistleblower raises doubts over 787 oxygen system
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Read about Knowles Law Firm, PC's client John "Mitch" Barnett's serious concerns as a whistleblower related to his work on the 787 program at the North Charleston Boeing Company site.

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November 16, 2019 by Ralph Nader

Boeing 787 Dreamliner: “Hundreds of Defective Parts”
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Ralph hears from courageous former Boeing Quality Control Manager, John M. Barnett, who blew the whistle on shoddy production of the 787 Dreamliner, how the FAA has backed off on oversight, and how Boeing “bean counters” have put profits over safety. John M. Barnett was a Quality Control Manager for Boeing Company for 25 years in its Seattle facility. He transferred in 2011 to manage Boeing’s new plant in South Carolina to build the 787 Dreamliner where he revealed shoddy production as reported on the front-page of the April 20, 2019, New York Times. He retired under pressure in 2017 and assumed the challenge to inform the flying public. His whistleblower complaint to OSHA is pending.

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Claims of Shoddy Production Draw Scrutiny to a Second Boeing Jet:
Boeing Dreamliner Productions Problems
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Workers at a 787 Dreamliner plant in South Carolina have complained of defective manufacturing, debris left on planes and pressure to not report violations.

June 11, 2019 by Monica Torres

Here's What Actual Whistleblowers Want You To Know Before You Become One, Too
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Former Boeing, TSA and Federal Reserve whistleblowers share advice on how to do it right.

By Carter Coyle | June 26, 2019 at 6:04 PM EDT - Updated June 26 at 6:49 PM

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The family of a Berkeley County woman is suing a local doctor and four national pharmacy chains.

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