1320, thank you for your level head. People do make mistakes, and until SR+ has a chance to explain themselves, let's call off the lynch mob, eh?
I had courted a large customer a few years ago and was doing the first of what promised to be many projects with them. Every month they gave 25 employees a certificate for extraordinary service, and I was framing them all. When my frame-maker built the frames, his usually perfect corners looked like hell. The blade on the saw was probably just dull and he was hurrying. When I saw the pieces all framed up and in the box, I wrote "All F-ed Up!" on the box and put it back in the woodshop. Unfortunately, when the frame-maker came in the next morning and saw the box sitting out, he thought I needed him to deliver them to the new, important client. When I realized the box was missing, I was horrified. And when I realized it had been delivered, I was even more horrified. Shortly after he got back from making the drop, I got a call from the president of the company they went to, saying we would never be working together again. He said the pieces looked terrible. He said the quality of work was unacceptible. He said we were irresponsible for delivering such a terrible product. And he said it was most reprehensible that we did so knowing the product was garbage. "What do you mean, sir?" I asked. And he told me that right there on the box, it said the frames were "all f-ed up."
The moral of the story is everybody makes mistakes, and these parts could have been shipped out for any number of reasons. Cut them some slack until you know the whole story.
In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups. There are the police who investigate crimes, and the district attorneys who prosecute the offenders. These are their stories. Doink Doink!