I have found out about a willful case of circumvention of our Control of Nonconforming Product procedure and the standard itself. Here's the scenario. A problem was found with a dimension out of tolerance, yet those in charge of MRB let this baby go (functionality mindset) even without keeping them seperate throughout the rest of the production process. So they got mixed up with good parts and now we have several thousand parts returned to check through. They also have left no paper trail for these nonconforming parts, which is directly contrary to our or I would think anyone's procedures, and definitely the ISO standard. After finding out all I can and these facts hold true, can anyone think of a reason why I shouldn't send a Nonconformance to the members of the MRB who failed to follow proper procedure?