May 20, 2024

Boeing Whistleblower Cause of Death Revealed

The death of John Barnett, 62, rocked the entire country.

His body was found on March 9, inside his truck, which was parked outside his room at a Holiday Inn in Charleston, South Carolina.

This was the same day he was due to testify in court as a whistleblower against Boeing.

Shady Death

Knowing how much money Boeing pulls in on government contracts alone, you are forgiven if you did not believe his death was at his own hand.

That, however, is what the coroner concluded.

The death has officially been ruled a suicide via a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

When Barnett was found, he was inside the truck, with a gun by his hand and an alleged suicide note.

The contents of the note had not been published prior, but it was more like a series of rants than a suicide note.

For instance, in the middle of the page, it says, “I can’t do this any longer!!! Enough is enough!!”

He also appears to say goodbye to family and friends, writing, “I found my purpose! I’m at peace! I love you more.”

There is also a box that reads “Trump 2024,” which I am sure the media and Democrats will use to discredit his allegations against Boeing.

Barnett was at Boeing for more than three decades, leaving in 2017, having been a quality manager for 17 years of his career.

He regularly stated that Boeing had created a culture of concealment regarding safety issues on planes, regularly violating not only FAA protocols but also internal rules.

As we often see in cases like this, Barnett’s complaint kicked the door open, and others have already started to walk through.

For instance, Santiago Paredes, who worked for Spirit AeroSystems, where the now-infamous 737 Max is built, has also come forward to speak out about defects being covered up.

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