Not to stir up anything here, but these are not things that should be used in a A vs B war. Both had and still have their share. A is still trying to explain why they didn't screw up on a not to be named composite tail, while B [former M] is trying to explain why it said it was OK to extend the inspection intervals for some not to be named horizontal jackscrews . . .
Ironic, the example mentioned by the thread starter proves that the aviation safety procedures actually worked, and that everything is being done to maintain safety levels as high as possible.
Immigration officer: "What's the purpose of your visit to the USA?" Spotter: "Shooting airliners with my Canon!"