Tesla whistleblower tweets photos of allegedly damaged batteries

What is it: a reality of Tesla’s battery factory or a revenge of a former worker?

Martin Tripp, the former Tesla employee who was fired from Tesla and then sued by the company, has tweeted a number of photos that allegedly show damaged batteries and flawed practices at Tesla’s battery factory, CNBC first reported. In an attempt to corroborate some of his claims, Tripp has posted photos of vehicle identification numbers that he says were delivered with faulty, punctured battery cells.

Source: Tesla whistleblower tweets photos of allegedly damaged batteries

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