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Boeing could face prosecution over plane crashes which killed 346

Sky News Wednesday, 15 May 2024
A new twist in the safety crisis engulfing Boeing could see the airline prosecuted over the 737 MAX 8 crashes in 2018 and 2019 that left 346 people dead.
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Families of 737 MAX , Crash Victims Seek Justice. 'Newsweek' reports that families who lost loved ones in two 2019 Boeing 737 Max crashes are waiting for a decision from the United States Justice Department (DOJ). 'Newsweek' reports that families who lost loved ones in two 2019 Boeing 737 Max crashes are waiting for a decision from the United States Justice Department (DOJ). The families hope that the DOJ will allow Boeing to be prosecuted in connection with the crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia, which claimed the lives of 346 people. The families hope that the DOJ will allow Boeing to be prosecuted in connection with the crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia, which claimed the lives of 346 people. Ike Riffel, who lost his sons, Melvin and Bennet, in the Ethiopia crash, fears that Boeing will be offered a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) or be allowed to skip trial. Ike Riffel, who lost his sons, Melvin and Bennet, in the Ethiopia crash, fears that Boeing will be offered a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) or be allowed to skip trial. In 2021, the DOJ charged Boeing with fraud for misleading regulators regarding the 737 MAX. However, prosecutors went on to accept an agreement that could see felony charges against Boeing dropped in three years. 'Newsweek' reports that the DOJ reopened the possibility of prosecuting Boeing in May, claiming the company breached the original 2021 deal. Now, the DOJ has until July 7 to determine whether it will file charges against Boeing. Families of those who died in the two Boeing crashes have pushed for high-ranking Boeing officials to be prosecuted and the company to be fined $24 billion. We want to find some meaning in what happened to our loved ones. , Ike Riffel, father of two Boeing 737 crash victims, via 'Newsweek'. If we can make aviation safer so this doesn't happen again, then we have had some victories out of this, Ike Riffel, father of two Boeing 737 crash victims, via 'Newsweek'

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