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    Boeing 737 MAX Crash Victims Families Send Letter to Department of Justice Seeking $24 Billion Fine and Prosecution of Past Boeing Executives
    Posted on June 19, 2024 To

    Boeing 737 MAX Crash Victims’ Families Send Letter to Department of Justice Seeking $24 Billion Fine and Prosecution of Past Boeing Executives

    The families who lost loved ones in the crashes of two Boeing 737 MAX aircraft sent a letter Wednesday, June 19, 2024, to the Justice Department, seeking aggressive prosecution of The Boeing Company and criminal prosecution of its then-corporate leadership. Sent by Professor Paul Cassell of the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, the 32-page letter asks for a substantial fine, the imposition of corporate monitoring on Boeing, and criminal prosecution…

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    Families of Crash Victims to Attend Senate Hearing as Boeing CEO Testifies

    Families of Crash Victims to Attend Senate Hearing as Boeing CEO Testifies

    Several family members of the 157 crash victims of a Boeing 737 MAX8 in Ethiopia will be attending a U.S. Senate hearing at 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, 2024, when Boeing CEO David Calhoun will be testifying before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations regarding “Boeing’s Broken Safety Culture.” Families from various countries have stated they want to hear Calhoun “face to face” on the current state of Boeing’s safety culture. Chaired by Sen. Richard Blumenthal…

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    Crash Victims’ Families React Following Department of Justice Conferral Meeting on May 31, 2024
    Posted on May 31, 2024 To

    Crash Victims’ Families React Following DOJ Conferral Meeting on 5/31 as Government is Still Determining the Route to Follow in Criminal Proceedings Against Boeing

    The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) told family members Friday, May 31, that it has not made a decision yet as to the direction it intends regarding the prosecution of Boeing for the deaths of 346 people in two crashes involving its aircraft some five years ago. During the meeting, family members expressed great concern over thinking the DOJ would negotiate a plea agreement that could limit future action to fines, restitution, and other court-ordered…

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    Boeing Crash Victims' Families Meet Again with DOJ on May 31

    Crash Victims’ Families Meeting on May 31st, with Department of Justice Asking for DOJ to Pursue Criminal Charges Against Boeing Following Finding of Violation of Deferred Prosecution Agreement

    The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) will again meet with victims’ families of the Boeing 737 MAX8 crashes on Friday, May 31, 2024, following the Department’s decision that Boeing violated the Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) entered into three years ago with the airline manufacturer. The families will seek justice and accountability by asking the DOJ to move Boeing’s criminal prosecution forward in the normal pattern for criminal cases. Specifically, the families will ask for a…

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    Families of 2019 Boeing Max8 Crash Victims to Speak Live Following DOJ Meeting
    Posted on May 14, 2024 To

    DOJ Takes Key Step to Hold Boeing Accountable for 737 MAX8 Crash Deaths

    The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) on Tuesday, May 14, 2024, concluded that Boeing breached an agreement that it had reached three years ago regarding the safety of its aircraft. This important step means that the pending criminal conspiracy charge filed against Boeing in federal district court in Texas will now move forward against the aircraft manufacturer that could lead to a criminal conviction against Boeing. The DOJ had entered into a Deferred Prosecution Agreement…

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    Families of 2019 Boeing Max8 Crash Victims to Speak Live Following DOJ Meeting on 4-24-24

    Press Conference Wednesday, April 24 with Families of Boeing MAX8 Crash Victims Following Meeting with DOJ

    Families from the U.S. and at least four other countries who lost loved ones in the crash of the MAX8 jet in 2019 met with representatives of the Department of Justice (DOJ) Wednesday, April 24, in a “conferral meeting” regarding whether Boeing has complied with the deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) entered into as a result of two disastrous crashes of the MAX 8 jet in 2018 and 2019. FAMILIES SPOKE LIVE OUTSIDE THE BOND BUILDING…

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    Top Aviation Lawyer Speaks Out on Boeing's Corporate Exodus

    Top Lawyer for Boeing Crash Victims Speaks Out on Corporate Exodus

    Boeing’s top executive will step down this year amid a broader shakeup of the airplane manufacturer’s top leadership announced on March 25, 2024. Still, it is disappointing that it took CEO David Calhoun to leave because of the MAX9 door mishap. He told the press that the Alaska Airlines door plug flying off in January was a “watershed moment.” “Two Boeing MAX8 planes crashed within five months while Calhoun was at a top executive spot…

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    Posted on February 21, 2024 To

    Families of Boeing Crash Victims React to Latest Move in Firing at Aircraft Manufacturer

    The families who lost loved ones in the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX8 jet in Ethiopia nearly five years ago reacted to the firing of the corporate executive who headed the 737 MAX passenger jet program. It is being reported that effective immediately Ed Clark, an 18-year-veteran of the company, is fired following a dramatic midair blowout last month of a door plug, underscoring continuing problems with the jet over a period of years….

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    Robert Clifford Explains the NTSB Investigation of Herbert Wigwe’s Helicopter Crash in Business Insider Africa Interview
    Posted on February 19, 2024 To

    Bob Clifford Explains the NTSB Investigation of Herbert Wigwe’s Helicopter Crash

    Robert A. Clifford, founder and senior partner at Clifford Law Offices, spoke with Business Insider Africa in an exclusive interview to help explain the National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) investigation of the helicopter crash on February 9, 2024, that killed six, including top Nigerian banker Herbert Wigwe and his family. “NTSB investigators will thoroughly examine all aspects of what led up to the crash and ultimately will use their expertise to determine the probable cause…

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