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Boeing black series. Another death in mysterious circumstances

An expert associated with Boeing died in mysterious circumstances, which is the second such situation in the last two months, AP reports.

Joshua Dean, who previously worked as a quality inspector at one of Boeing's suppliers, Spirit AeroSystems, died as a result of an “unexpected, rapidly progressing infection.”

The man had previously expressed concerns about the quality of the aircraft produced, which makes his story surprisingly similar to another case – the death of former quality manager John Barnett.

Joshua Dean, 45, considered a healthy man, stayed attacked by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). His condition steadily deteriorated for two weeks, and then he died.

Spirit AeroSystems was part of Boeing until 2005, but then it was separated. However, now negotiations are underway to buy it back.

Joshua Dean he was fired in April 2023, but he did not leave without a word. He filed an employee grievance, claiming retaliation for his criticism of safety procedures. He complained not only to the labor court, but also to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Spirit AeroSystems produces numerous components for Boeing aircraft, including the fuselages of the infamous 737 Max, which again became the protagonists of the incident in January – a fragment of the Alaska Airlines 737 Max 9 fell off during the flight.

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