Who Suicided The Boeing Whistleblower? Here’s What John Barnett Said To His Friend Jennifer Before His Death (Audio)

Police reportedly dusted the inside and outside of Boeing whistleblower John Barnett’s truck for fingerprints despite being a suicide investigation.

A Holiday Inn worker who was with Barnett the evening before he died says he seemed totally fine.

According to the worker, Barnett had a quesadilla, a Coke and was just on his phone during dinner before he died.

“I didn’t think of him at all until I heard the news the next day. He didn’t seem upset at all,” the employee said.

Family friend Bob Emery who was close with Barnett is also questioning his death, saying Barnett “seemed too focused on what he was doing” with the Boeing lawsuit and “didn’t seem depressed.”

But that’s not the biggest bombshell this morning!

Boeing whistleblower said this before his death to his friend Jennifer.

“If anything happens to me”

“It’s not suicide”

Audio below:

According to the New York Post, the investigation into Barnett’s death is still ongoing and police even dusted the truck for fingerprints, something the outlet says is “an unusual measure in a suicide case.”

Barnett’s lawyers are also raising concerns:

Despite his sudden death occurring between depositions over the weekend, Barnett’s lawyers stated that there were no signs suggesting he would harm himself and described him as being in high spirits. Now, they are calling for a full investigation into his tragic death.

His attorneys, Robert Turkewitz and Brian Knowles, told Fox News, “We are all devastated. We need more information about what happened to John. The Charleston police need to investigate this fully and accurately and tell the public what they find out. No detail can be left unturned.”

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