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  • Originally posted by Gabriel View Post
    Report of the Congress into the Ethiopian and Lion Air crashes and the design and certification of the MAX.

    https://transportation.house.gov/imo...%20Release.pdf

    Summary in AvHerald:

    http://avherald.com/h?article=4c534c4a/0093&opt=0
    Still....... not seeing the criminal indictments that justice requires....

    Still not seeing the clawbacks on all that executive compensation...

    Just a lot of 'duh'.

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    • Originally posted by Evan View Post

      Still....... not seeing the criminal indictments that justice requires....

      Still not seeing the clawbacks on all that executive compensation...

      Just a lot of 'duh'.
      Those are a separate department. The executive suite has been cleaned out or is still in the process of being done. It is up to some DOJ to decide if criminal charges are merited or even possible given the report. I'm sure they're still digesting it.

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      • Originally posted by Schwartz View Post

        Those are a separate department. The executive suite has been cleaned out or is still in the process of being done. It is up to some DOJ to decide if criminal charges are merited or even possible given the report. I'm sure they're still digesting it.
        But the wrong executive suite. The guilty parties are FORMER executives from the 737MAX development era. They're enjoying a nice retirement instead of paying the price for what they created.

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        • Evan, a present for you:

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iq_yaw1w8L0

          --- Judge what is said by the merits of what is said, not by the credentials of who said it. ---
          --- Defend what you say with arguments, not by imposing your credentials ---

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          • FAA clears Boeing 737 MAX to fly again.
            https://www.faa.gov/news/updates/?newsId=93206

            "Following the return to service, the FAA will continue to work closely with our foreign civil aviation partners to evaluate any potential additional enhancements for the aircraft. The agency also will conduct the same rigorous, continued operational safety oversight of the MAX that we provide for the entire U.S. commercial fleet"

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