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Whistleblower Suit: We Were Fired for Reporting a Bomb

Whistleblower Suit: We Were Fired for Reporting a Bomb
Ryan Boyd

According to a civil suit filed by Mark Anderson the ex-government programs chief for drone manufacturer AeroVironment, Anderson and several others were fired from the company after reporting an incident in 2015 in which the drone-maker “transported at least one live, explosive-laden drone via carry-on luggage on a Delta commuter flight,” putting the lives of 230 passengers aboard the flight at risk.

The amount sought in damages has not been made clear.

To read more on this story, go to New York Post.

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  1. kkua

    September 3, 2018 at 10:37 am

    Delta commuter planes do not have capacity of over 100 seats. That’s false reporting.

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