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March 27, 2008

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FAA Whistle Blower forced to resign

Such a system was in place long before Sabatini. A simple "Grievance Procedure" required to be complied with by Law is all that is necessary. In my case Mr. Sabatini failed to respond in 7 years so far when it is required he contact me within 10 days. I suffered retaliation for filing that grievance and was forced to resign after 32 years of FAA unblemished performance and many awards to my credit.

FAA never did do business the way Sabatini describes in the 1980's. Inspections were well planned and done dating back to when I was hired in 1969. Such statement is despicable to all the professionals long before him.

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