A licensed chemical engineer is compensated financially to sign and review documents for a fuselage plan by a company. However, this company is notorious for endangering public safety with their recent designs by omitting a lot of evidence of malpractice during testing of the fuselages in order to expedite the design process. Obviously, the company is notorious, so they are discovered before any plans reach the production phase. The chemical engineer refuses to express an opinion as a technical witness in court or issue any public statements. According to the ASNT code of ethics, which best describes why this would be considered unethical
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