kayik wrote:Boeing's Crashes Expose Systemic Failings
https://www.spiegel.de/international/bu ... 82869.html
"The lawyers in New York already know who the judge will be. His name is Alonso, a youthful-looking man who was appointed under Barack Obama. "This is his first major aviation case," Green says. .... (The $100 million that Boeing offered as compensation to families of the victims in early July is likely a joke in their eyes.)..."
Sorry to disappoint you but the trial will be based on facts, not emotion. If the payout is comparable to previous crashes then I'm not sure what they would be complaining about. Dead is dead. It doesn't matter if it was an engineering defect, pilot error, or bad maintenance. And I'm not sure why you are going on about the judge's age or who appointed him. Are you suggesting he will act in a manner that defies the law or legal precedence? There are lawyers much smarter and powerful than any of us who will sniff out any funny business from the judge and have him removed from the case so fast it would make your head spin.