Boeing Whistleblower Barnett's Death Not Suicide –Relative

Recent developments following the demise of John Barnett, the whistleblower at Boeing, reveal shocking details as a close associate discloses Barnett’s premonition of his death, foreseeing it would be classified as a ‘suicide’.

Found deceased in South Carolina, USA, John Barnett, aged 62 and poised to testify against Boeing, leaves a void as his potential testimony hangs in the balance.

As rumors swirl regarding his possible suicide, Jennifer, a close family friend, opened up to ABC News, revealing in an interview that John had predicted his own death.

Reports suggest that Barnett was in the midst of speaking out against the manufacturing methods employed by the American aviation titan, Boeing Company, prior to the discovery of his lifeless body in South Carolina.

Former Boeing staff member Barnett had expressed reservations about the company’s production standards, highlighting the potential jeopardy to passengers’ well-being.

According to a family friend close to Jennifer, “Barnett predicted that he would die and that there would be a story that would come out that he killed himself.”

When authorities found Barnett, they said it looked like he shot himself in the head. Speaking to ABC News, Jennifer said, “I know that he did not commit suicide, there’s no way.”

Jennifer went on to say that the two of them had talked about the same thing happening, but now it seemed like a hunch he had told her not to believe.

“I know John because his mom and my mom are best friends,” she said. “Over the years, get-togethers, birthdays, celebrations and whatnot. We’ve all got together and talked.”

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Barnett was a veteran quality manager for almost 30 years. Following his retirement, he recently moved to Louisiana with his mother.

According to the ABC conversation, Barnett was aware of the massive complaint he filed against Boeing and seemingly predicted the impact it would have on his life.

After his death, his attorney pointed out that there were no indications that he would kill himself. Jennifer disclosed that in their recent encounter, Barnett talked about how the aerospace company retaliated against him for exposing unsafe practices.

“He wasn’t concerned about safety because I asked him.” Jennifer said before adding, “I said, ‘Aren’t you scared?’ And he said, ‘No, I ain’t scared, but if anything happens to me, it’s not suicide.’”

“I know that he did not commit suicide. There’s no way. He loved life too much. He loved his family too much. He loved his brothers too much to put them through what they’re going through right now.” She concluded her statement.

The friend of the deceased confidently asserted that someone had a grudge against him and aimed to silence him discreetly, without leaving any trace back to themselves.

Africa Today News, New York 

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