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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROC4A
April 22, 1999
Military prosecutors Maj. Stu Couch (L) and Maj. Daniel Daugherty walk to court for the first day of...
Jacksonville, USA
PROSECUTORS ARRIVE AT COURT FOR ASHBY MOTIONS.
Military prosecutors Maj. Stu Couch (L) and Maj. Daniel Daugherty walk to court for the first day of motions in the charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer, conspiracy and obstruction of justice for Capt. Richard Ashby, the pilot of the jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola that killed 20 people in Italy last year.

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ITALY CABLECAR NAVIGATOR
RTRNNPO
April 03, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) stands next to his family members and attorneys during a press conference...
Jacksonville, USA
SCHWEITZER AND FAMILY AT PRESS CONFERENCE.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) stands next to his family members and attorneys during a press conference at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, April 2. Schweitzer spoke to the press after a military jury rendered a verdict of dismissal from the Marine Corps on charges of obstruction of justice. Schweitzer, who was the navigator on the jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola and killed 20 people in Italy last year, was charged over a videotape that was missing from the jet's cockpit. Schweitzer is flanked by his attorneys Navy Lt. Kathryn Clune (L) his father Joe Schweitzer (back left) his sister Courtney Schweitzer (center left) and his mother Pat Schweitzer.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNNPH
April 02, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer smiles at a press conference April 2 after a military jury recommended...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPT. SCHWEITZER SPEAKS AT PRESS CONFERENCE FOLLOWING JURY RECOMMENDATION.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer smiles at a press conference April 2 after a military jury recommended that he be discharged from the Marine Corp for obstruction of justice. Schweitzer, who was the navigator on the jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola and killed 20 people in Italy last year, was charged over a videotape that was missing from the jet's cockpit.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNNOW
April 02, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer walks away from the courtroom at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, on April...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPT. SCHWEITZER LEAVES COURTROOM AFTER VERDICT.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer walks away from the courtroom at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, on April 2 after hearing the verdict from the military jury that recommended he be dismissed from the Marine Corps for his guilty plea on charges of obstruction of justice. Schweitzer, who was the navigator on the jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola and killed 20 people in Italy last year, was charged over a videotape that was missing from the jet's cockpit.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNNOO
April 02, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) stands at a press conference at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, on April...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPT. SCHWEITZER AND ATTORNEYS SPEAK AT PRESS CONFERENCE.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) stands at a press conference at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, on April 2 with his attorneys and family members after a military jury rendered a verdict of dismissal from the Marine Corps on charges of obstruction of justice. Schweitzer, who was the navigator on the jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola and killed 20 people in Italy last year, was charged over a videotape that was missing from the jet's cockpit. Schweitzer is flanked by his attorneys Navy Lt. Kathryn Clune (L) and Dave Beck (R).

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNNO6
April 02, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer walks away from a press conference April 2 at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina,...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPT. SCHWEITZER LEAVES PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER JURY DECISION.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer walks away from a press conference April 2 at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, with his sister Courtney Schweitzer after a military jury recommended that he be discharged from the Marine Corps for obstruction of justice. Schweitzer, who was the navigator on the jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola and killed 20 people in Italy last year, was charged over a videotape that was missing from the jet's cockpit.

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TALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNN5Z
April 02, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) walks to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune with two of his attorneys Dave...
Jacksonville, USA
NAVIGATOR SCHWEITZER ARRIVES AT COURT FOR CLOSING ARGUMENTS.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) walks to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune with two of his attorneys Dave Beck (L) and Navy Lt. Kathryn Clune for closing arguments April 2. Schweitzer said on April 1 that he had burned videotape he shot before his military jet sheared lift cables at an Alpine ski village and killed 20 people to keep it off Italian television.

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JAC05;ITALY CABLECAR MARINE;JACKSONVILLE;4-1-99
RTRNM55
April 01, 1999
Marine Lt. Col. Mike Gordon (L) comforts Mr. Bert Berger and his wife Els Berger after the Bergers left...
Jacksonville, USA
BERGERS TALK WITH MARINE OUTSIDE COURT.
Marine Lt. Col. Mike Gordon (L) comforts Mr. Bert Berger and his wife Els Berger after the Bergers left the courtroom during the sentencing phase of Capt. Joseph Schweitzer's court-martial at Camp Lejeune,North Carolina, April 1. The Bergers lost their daughter in the ski gondola mishap last year in Italy.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNLYU
April 01, 1999
Bert Berger (R) holds the door open as his wife Els (C) and Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (left front) exit...
Jacksonville, USA
SCHWEITZER LEAVES COURTROOM NEAR VICTIM'S RELATIVES.
Bert Berger (R) holds the door open as his wife Els (C) and Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (left front) exit the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, April 1. The Bergers lost their daughter Danielle Groenleer when the jet that Capt. Schweitzer was navigating cut the cable on a ski gondola that the Berger's daughter was riding in.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNLR3
April 01, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (R) walks to court with attorney Dave Beck (L) at Camp Lejeune,NC April...
Jacksonville, USA
SCHWEITZER ARRIVES AT COURT WITH ATTORNEY.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (R) walks to court with attorney Dave Beck (L) at Camp Lejeune,NC April 1. A jury of Marines began hearing evidence March 31 in the sentencing of Schweitzer who admitted to burning a videotape he removed from the jet that sheared ski-lift cables in Italy, killing 20 people.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNLQU
April 01, 1999
Defense witness Marine Capt. Chandler Seagraves makes his way to court at Camp Lejeune, NC April 1. A...
Jacksonville, USA
SEAGRAVES ARRIVES AT COURT AS WITNESS.
Defense witness Marine Capt. Chandler Seagraves makes his way to court at Camp Lejeune, NC April 1. A jury of Marines began hearing evidence March 31 in the sentencing of a Marine navigator who admitted to burning a videotape he removed from the jet that sheared ski-lift cables in Italy, killing 20 people.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNL1S
April 01, 1999
Bert (L) and Els Berger (C) of Appeldoorn, The Netherlands, walk with Margo Anthonissen of Lille, Belgium,...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBERS OF VICTIMS WALK AWAY FROM COURTROOM.
Bert (L) and Els Berger (C) of Appeldoorn, The Netherlands, walk with Margo Anthonissen of Lille, Belgium, as they leave the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, March 31. They were attending the sentencing hearing for Capt. Joseph Schweitzer, the navigator of the jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy last year where both families lost loved ones.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNL1L
April 01, 1999
Marine Major Stu Couch, prosecutor in the sentencing hearing of Capt. Joseph Schweitzer, walks with Els...
Jacksonville, USA
PROSECUTOR COMFORTS FAMILY MEMBERS.
Marine Major Stu Couch, prosecutor in the sentencing hearing of Capt. Joseph Schweitzer, walks with Els Berger as she leaves the courtroom at Camp LeJeune, March 31. Mrs. Berger lost her daughter when the jet that Schweitzer navigated cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy last year.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNL1G
April 01, 1999
Joe Schweitzer and Pat Schweitzer (left, obscured) talk with Vera Eyskens of Kalmthout, Belgium (rear,...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBERS OF BOTH SIDES TALK IN GONDOLA ACCIDENT TRIAL.
Joe Schweitzer and Pat Schweitzer (left, obscured) talk with Vera Eyskens of Kalmthout, Belgium (rear, R), and Margo Anthonissen of Lille, Belgium (front, R), during a break in the sentencing hearing of Capt. Joseph Schweitzer in Camp LeJeune, March 31. The Schweitzers are the parents of Capt. Joseph Schweitzer, the navigator of the jet that cut the cable on the ski gondola that killed 20 people in Italy last year. Mrs. Eyskens is a relative of one of the victims of that mishap.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNL1A
April 01, 1999
Family members of victims of the ski gondola mishap, Margo Anthonissen of Lille, Belgium (left front),...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILIES OF GONDOLA ACCIDENT VICTIMS MEET AT SENTENCING HEARING.
Family members of victims of the ski gondola mishap, Margo Anthonissen of Lille, Belgium (left front), and Vera Eyskens of Kalmthout, Belgium (back left), hold hands with the parents of Marine Captain Joseph Schweitzer, Pat Schweitzer (center right) and Joe Schweitzer, during a break in the sentencing hearing of Capt. Schweitzer March 31. Schweitzer pleaded guilty to conspiracy to obstruct justice earlier this week.

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ITALY CABLECAR NAVIGATOR
RTRNKQB
March 31, 1999
A member of the defence team in the Schweitzer sentencing hearing Air Force Maj. Tracy Dillinger (L)...
Jacksonville, USA
AIR FORCE WITNESS ARRIVES AT COURT.
A member of the defence team in the Schweitzer sentencing hearing Air Force Maj. Tracy Dillinger (L) and witness for the defence Navy Lt. Kathryn Clune walk to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, March 31. Schweitzer pleaded guilty March 29 to conspiracy and obstruction charges for hiding and later destroying a videotape taken aboard a military jet that sheared lift cables at an Italian ski resort, killing 20 people.

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ITALY CABLECAR NAVIGATOR
RTRNKQ5
March 31, 1999
Members of the prosecution team in the Schweitzer sentencing hearing Maj. Stu Couch (L) and Lt. Col....
Jacksonville, USA
PROSECUTION TEAM HEAD TO COURT.
Members of the prosecution team in the Schweitzer sentencing hearing Maj. Stu Couch (L) and Lt. Col. Carol Joyce walk to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, March 31. Schweitzer pleaded guilty March 29 to conspiracy and obstruction charges for hiding and later destroying a videotape taken aboard a military jet that sheared lift cables at an Italian ski resort, killing 20 people.

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ITALY CABLECAR NAVIGATOR
RTRNKQ0
March 31, 1999
The parents of Danielle Groenleer, Bert and Els Berger from the Netherlands, walk to the courtroom at...
Jacksonville, USA
BERGERS ATTEND SENTENCING OF NAVIGATOR.
The parents of Danielle Groenleer, Bert and Els Berger from the Netherlands, walk to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune March 31. The Berger's will be called as witnesses for the prosecution in the sentencing phase in the hearing of U.S. Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer. Schweitzer was the navigator of the military jet that cut the ski gondola cable in Italy last year resulting in the deaths of Groenleer and 19 other people. Schweitzer has pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice.

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ITALY CABLECAR NAVIGATOR
RTRNKPC
March 31, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) walks to court with his mother Pat (L) and his father Joe at Camp...
Jacksonville, USA
CAPT SCHWEITZER AND PARENTS WALK TO COURT.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) walks to court with his mother Pat (L) and his father Joe at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, March 31. Schweitzer pleaded guilty March 29 to conspiracy and obstruction charges for hiding and later destroying a videotape taken aboard a military jet that sheared lift cables at an Italian ski resort, killing 20 people.

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TALY CABLECAR NAVIGATOR
RTRNKBR
March 31, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) walks to court with USAF Maj. Tracy Dillinger witness for the defense...
Jacksonville, USA
SCHWEITZER ARRIVES AT COURT WITH WITNNESS.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) walks to court with USAF Maj. Tracy Dillinger witness for the defense (L) and Navy Lt. Kathryn Clune at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, March 31. Schweitzer pleaded guilty March 29 to conspiracy and obstruction charges for hiding and later destroying a videotape taken aboard a military jet that sheared lift cables at an Italian ski resort, killing 20 people.

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ITALY CABLECAR NAVIGATOR
RTRNIMY
March 30, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (L) walks to court with his attorney David Beck at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville,...
Jacksonville, USA
SCHWEITZER ARRIVES AT COURT WITH ATTORNEY.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (L) walks to court with his attorney David Beck at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, March 30. Schweitzer pleaded guilty March 29 to conspiracy and obstruction charges for hiding and later destroying a videotape taken aboard a military jet that sheared lift cables at an Italian ski resort, killing 20 people.

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USA
RTXIVTW
March 29, 1999
U.S. Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) walks back to the courtroom with his mother Pat (L) and father...
Jacksonville, USA
U.S. Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) walks back to the courtroom with his mother Pat (L) and fat.....
U.S. Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) walks back to the courtroom with his mother Pat (L) and father Joe after a break in his court-martial hearing at Camp Lejeune, N.C. March 29. Schweitzer, the navigator aboard the EA-6B Prowler which cut the cable to a ski gondola in Italy last year, agreed to plead guilty to obstruction and conspiracy charges in the tragedy which resulted in 20-deaths.
JAC03;ITALY CABLECAR MARINE;JACKSONVILLE;3-29-99
RTRNHRJ
March 29, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby, whose jet cut a ski gondola cable in Italy last year, walks to court at Camp...
Jacksonville, USA
CAPTAIN ASHBY ARRIVES AT COURT FOR SCHWEITZER HEARING.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby, whose jet cut a ski gondola cable in Italy last year, walks to court at Camp Lejeune, NC to attend the hearing of his navigator Capt. Joseph Schweitzer March 29. Ashby was acquitted of manslaughter and other charges by a military jury at Camp Lejeune on March 4.

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ITALY CABLECAR
RTRNHR3
March 29, 1999
U.S. Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) walks back to the courtroom with his mother Pat (L) and father...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPT. SCHWEITZER ARRIVES AT COURT WITH HIS PARENTS.
U.S. Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (C) walks back to the courtroom with his mother Pat (L) and father Joe after a break in his court-martial hearing at Camp Lejeune, N.C. March 29. Schweitzer, the navigator aboard the EA-6B Prowler which cut the cable to a ski gondola in Italy last year, agreed to plead guilty to obstruction and conspiracy charges in the tragedy which resulted in 20-deaths.

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ITALY CABLECAR
RTRNHQY
March 29, 1999
U.S. Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer walks back to the courtroom after a break in his court-martial hearing...
Jacksonville, USA
CAPT. SCHWEITZER WALKS BACK TO THE COURTROOM.
U.S. Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer walks back to the courtroom after a break in his court-martial hearing at Camp Lejeune, N.C. March 29. Schweitzer, the navigator aboard the EA-6B Prowler which cut the cable to a ski gondola in Italy last year, agreed to plead guilty to obstruction and conspiracy charges in the tragedy which resulted in 20 deaths.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRUBBY
March 25, 1999
Marine Col. Alvin Keller, the military judge in the court-martial of Capt. Joseph Schweitzer, walks from...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CORPS JUDGE TAKES A BREAK.
Marine Col. Alvin Keller, the military judge in the court-martial of Capt. Joseph Schweitzer, walks from the courtroom at Camp Lejeune during a break in the trial, March 24. Schweitzer faces counts of conduct unbecoming an officer in the cable car case; 20 people were killed when the jet that Schweitzer was the navigator for cut the cables on a ski gondola in Italy last year. The pilot of the aircraft, Richard Ashby, was acquitted of all charges in the case a short time ago.

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ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRNA42
March 25, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer walks out of the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, March 24 during...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPT JOSEPH SCHWEITZER DURING BREAK IN HEARING.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer walks out of the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, March 24 during a break in a hearing for his court-martial. Schweitzer, who was the navigator in the jet that cut the cables on a ski gondola in Italy last year killing 20 people, faces counts of conduct unbecoming an officer. The pilot of the plane, Capt. Richard Ashby, was acquitted of manslaughter charges in the case.

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ITALY CABLE CAR MARINE
RTRMIQN
March 05, 1999
German citizens Dana Willisch (L) and her mother Barbel Blumenfeld listen to another victims family member...
Jacksonville, USA
CABLECAR VICTIMS'S FAMILY MEMBERS ATTEND PRESS CONFERANCE.
German citizens Dana Willisch (L) and her mother Barbel Blumenfeld listen to another victims family member speak at a news conference at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina March 4. An eight-man jury found U.S. Marine Captain Richard Ashby not guilty of involuntary manslaughter, destruction of property and dereliction of duty in the case of twenty people who were killed when Ashby's jet sheared ski-lift cables in Italy during a low-altitude training mission last year.

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ITALY CABLECAR
RTXIT9Y
March 04, 1999
Captain Richard Ashby (R) leaves the courtroom at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina together with his lawyer...
Jacksonville, USA
Captain Richard Ashby (R) leaves the courtroom at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina together with his l.....
Captain Richard Ashby (R) leaves the courtroom at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina together with his lawyer Frank Spinner (L) and Maj. Michael Weber (C) March 4. A military jury found Ashby not guilty of lesser charges of destruction of property and dereliction of duty in an accident that sparked calls to close U.S. military bases in Italy.
ITALY CABLECAR
RTXIT9X
March 04, 1999
Marine Captain Richard Ashby walks to court for the second day of jury deliberations in his court-martial...
Jacksonville, USA
Marine Captain Richard Ashby walks to court for the second day of jury deliberations in his court-ma.....
Marine Captain Richard Ashby walks to court for the second day of jury deliberations in his court-martial at Camp Lejeune, north Carolina March 4. Ashby is charged with killing 20 people when his jet sheared lift cables near the Italian ski resort of Cavalese last year.
ITALY CABLECAR PRIME MINISTER
RTRMIJ7
March 04, 1999
Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema (L) poses with U.S. Congressman Patrick Kennedy (D-RI), holding...
Boston, USA
ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER GETS GIFT FROM US CONGRESSMAN KENNEDY.
Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema (L) poses with U.S. Congressman Patrick Kennedy (D-RI), holding a bust of former President John F. Kennedy as the prime minister was welcomed to the JFK Library in Boston March 4. D'Alema told reporters he was "baffled" by a jury verdict acquitting a U.S. Marine pilot on all charges in the deaths of 20 people killed when his jet sheared lift cables over an Italian ski resort.

BS/SV/WS
ITALY CABLECAR
RTRMIIF
March 04, 1999
Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema addresses reporters in Boston March 4 after U.S. Marine pilot...
Boston, USA
ITALIAN PM REACTS TO NOT GUILTY VERDICT IN CABLECAR DEATHS.
Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema addresses reporters in Boston March 4 after U.S. Marine pilot Richard Ashby was aquitted of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of 20 people when his jet sheared the lift cables over an Italian ski resort last year. D'Alema said he was "baffled" by the ruling.

BS/ME
ITALY CABLECAR
RTRMIHX
March 04, 1999
Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema listens to a reporter concerning the March 4 acquittal of U.S....
Boston, USA
ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER D'ALEMA REACTS TO VERDICT.
Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema listens to a reporter concerning the March 4 acquittal of U.S. Marine pilot Richard Ashby of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of 20 people when his jet sheared the wires on their cable-car over an Italian ski resort last year. D'Alema said he was "baffled" by the ruling.

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ITALY CABLECAR VERDICT
RTRMIGN
March 04, 1999
Marine Captain Joseph Schweitzer (R) and Navy Lt. Kathryn Clune leave the courtroom March 4 at Camp Lejeune...
Jacksonville, USA
NAVIGATOR SCHWEITZER LEAVES COURTROOM AFTER VERDICT.
Marine Captain Joseph Schweitzer (R) and Navy Lt. Kathryn Clune leave the courtroom March 4 at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina after a military jury found Marine pilot Richard Ashby not guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of 20 people when his jet sheared lift cables near an Italian ski village last year. Schweitzer, Ashby's navigator at the time of the accident, was set to be court-martialed in a separate trial later this month.

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ITALY CABLECAR VERDICT
RTRMIG1
March 04, 1999
Belgians Margo and Fons Anthonissen, parents of Hadewich Anthonissen, who died in a cablecar accident...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBERS LEAVE COURTROOM AFTER CABLECAR ACCIDENT VERDICT.
Belgians Margo and Fons Anthonissen, parents of Hadewich Anthonissen, who died in a cablecar accident last year in Italy, walk from the courtroom at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina after hearing the verdict in Marine pilot Richard Ashby's court-martial, March 4. A military jury found Ashby not guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of 20 people, including Anthonissen, when his jet sheared lift cables near an Italian ski village last year.

RBD/JP/SV/ME
ITALY CABLECAR VERDICT
RTRMIDY
March 04, 1999
Bert and Els Berger, parents of Danielle Groenleer, and Danielle's fiance Edwin Van Naarden (R) walk...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBERS OF VICTIMS LEAVE COURT AFTER VERDICT.
Bert and Els Berger, parents of Danielle Groenleer, and Danielle's fiance Edwin Van Naarden (R) walk from the courtroom at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina after hearing the verdict in Marine pilot Richard Ashby's court-martial, March 4. A military jury found Ashby not guilty March 4 of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of 20 people, including Groenleer, when his jet sheared lift cables near an Italian ski village last year.

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ITALY CABLECAR VERDICT
RTRMICK
March 04, 1999
Captain Richard Ashby (R) leaves the courtroom at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina together with his lawyer...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPT ASHBY WALKS NEXT TO HIS LAWYER SPINNER.
Captain Richard Ashby (R) leaves the courtroom at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina together with his lawyer Frank Spinner (L) and Maj. Michael Weber (C) March 4. A military jury found Ashby not guilty of lesser charges of destruction of property and dereliction of duty in an accident that sparked calls to close U.S. military bases in Italy.

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ITALY CABLECAR VERDICT
RTRMI5E
March 04, 1999
FILE PHOTO 4FEB99 - A military jury found a U.S. Marine pilot not guilty March 4 of involuntary manslaughter...
Jacksonville, USA
FILE PHOTO OF MARINE CAPT. ASHBY AND ATTORNEY.
FILE PHOTO 4FEB99 - A military jury found a U.S. Marine pilot not guilty March 4 of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of 20 people killed when his jet sheared lift cables near an Italian ski village last year. The jury also found the pilot, Marine Capt. Richard Ashby, shown arriving for his court martial on February 4 with his attorney Frank Spinner (L), not guilty of lesser charges of destruction of property and dereliction of duty in an accident that sparked calls to close U.S. military bases in Italy.

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ITALY CABLECAR VERDICT
RTRMI4V
March 04, 1999
FILE PHOTO 19FEB99 - A military jury found a U.S. Marine pilot not guilty March 4 of involuntary manslaughter...
Jacksonville, USA
FILE PHOTO OF MARINE CAPT. ASHBY.
FILE PHOTO 19FEB99 - A military jury found a U.S. Marine pilot not guilty March 4 of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of 20 people killed when his jet sheared lift cables near an Italian ski village last year. The jury also found the pilot, Marine Capt. Richard Ashby, shown arriving for his court martial on February 19, not guilty of lesser charges of destruction of property and dereliction of duty in an accident that sparked calls to close U.S. military bases in Italy.

ELD/ME
ITALY CABLECAR
RTRMHXG
March 04, 1999
Family members of victims of the Cavalese cable car disaster walk from the courtroom at Camp Lejeune,...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBERS OF CAVALESE VICTIMS LEAVE COURTROOM.
Family members of victims of the Cavalese cable car disaster walk from the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, where they are attending the court-martial of Captain Richard Ashby March 4. A jury is deliberating the fate of Ashby, who is charged with killing 20 people when his jet sheared lift cables near the Italian ski resort last year.

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ITALY CABLECAR
RTRMHWZ
March 04, 1999
Marine Captain Richard Ashby walks to court for the second day of jury deliberations in his court-martial...
Jacksonville, USA
ACCUSED MARINE CAPTAIN ASHBY ARRIVES AT COURT.
Marine Captain Richard Ashby walks to court for the second day of jury deliberations in his court-martial at Camp Lejeune, north Carolina March 4. Ashby is charged with killing 20 people when his jet sheared lift cables near the Italian ski resort of Cavalese last year.

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ITALY CABLECAR
RTRZIHV
March 03, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (front center) walks to court with his defense team Attorney Frank Spinner...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY AND DEFENSE TEAM ARRIVE AT COURT.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (front center) walks to court with his defense team Attorney Frank Spinner (L), Maj. Michael Weber (2nd L), Capt. Jon Shelburne (2nd R) and Maj. Michael Stahlman (R), on March 3 for final arguments in his court-martial at Camp Lejeune. Ashby was the pilot of an EA-6B Prowler which cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy last year.

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ITALY CABLECAR
RTRMGSB
March 03, 1999
Bert Berger and his wife Els Berger of Appledoorn, Netherlands, walk to court March 3, for the court-martial...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBERS OF VICTIMS ARRIVE AT ASHBY COURT-MARTIAL.
Bert Berger and his wife Els Berger of Appledoorn, Netherlands, walk to court March 3, for the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby with Edwin Van Naarden (R). Edwin was the fiance of the Berger's daughter Danielle Groenleer, 20, who was killed when the EA-6B jet piloted by Ashby cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy last year, killing 20 people.

RBD/ELD/AA
ITALY CABLECAR
RTRMGQU
March 03, 1999
The prosecution team walks to court for the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby at Camp Lejeune, North...
Jacksonville, USA
PROSECUTION TEAM FOR ASHBY COURT-MARTIAL ARRIVES AT COURT.
The prosecution team walks to court for the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina March 3. (L to R) Mark Falon, Ken Minnick, Maj. Stu Couch, Lt. Col. Carol Joyce, and Maj. Daniel Daugherty arrive for final arguments in Ashby's trial. Ashby was the pilot of an EA-6B Prowler which cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy last year.

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ITALY CABLECAR
RTRMFKE
March 02, 1999
Margo and Fons Anthonissen, of Lille, Belgium, who lost their daughter Hadewich Anthonissen in the Italy...
Jacksonville, USA
VICTIMS FAMILY ARRIVE AT COURT MARTIAL TRIAL.
Margo and Fons Anthonissen, of Lille, Belgium, who lost their daughter Hadewich Anthonissen in the Italy cablecar disaster, walk to court at Camp Lejeune for the court martial trial of Capt. Richard Ashby March 2.

RBD/AA
ITALY CABLECAR
RTRMFK1
March 02, 1999
U.S. Marine Capt.Richard Ashby walks to court at Camp Lejeune for his court martial trial March 2. Ashby...
Jacksonville, USA
CAPT RICHARD ASHBY ARRIVES AT HIS COURT MARTIAL TRIAL.
U.S. Marine Capt.Richard Ashby walks to court at Camp Lejeune for his court martial trial March 2. Ashby is charged in the deaths of 20 people in Italy last year when the jet he piloted cut the cable on a ski gondola.

RBD/RC/AA
ITALY CABLECAR
RTRMEAH
March 01, 1999
Marine Captain Richard Ashby walks to court at Camp Lejeune March 1. The defence hopes to rest its case...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPTAIN RICHARD ASHBY ARRIVES AT HIS COURT MARTIAL.
Marine Captain Richard Ashby walks to court at Camp Lejeune March 1. The defence hopes to rest its case today in Ashby's court-martial for the deaths of 20 people when the jet he was piloting cut the cable on a ski gondola in Cavalese, Italy last year.

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March 01, 1999
Els and Bert Berger of Appeldoorn, Netherlands walk to court at Camp Lejeune for the court-martial of...
Jacksonville, USA
THE BERGERS FROM NETHERLANDS WALK TO COURT MARTIAL TRIAL.
Els and Bert Berger of Appeldoorn, Netherlands walk to court at Camp Lejeune for the court-martial of Marine Capt. Richard Ashby March 1. The Bergers daughter, Danielle Groenleer, 20, was killed when the jet Ashby was piloting cut the cable on a ski gondola, killing 20 people last year.

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February 26, 1999
Bert Berger, the stepfather of Danielle Groenleer, from Appeldoom, Netherlands, has a pet ferret follow...
Jacksonville, USA
BERT BERGER ATTENDS ASHBY COURT-MARTIAL.
Bert Berger, the stepfather of Danielle Groenleer, from Appeldoom, Netherlands, has a pet ferret follow him to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina for the court-martial of Marine pilot Capt. Richarrd Ashby. Danielle Berger was killed when Ashby's EA-6B Prowler struck a pair of lift cables, sending the ski gondola plunging nearly 400 feet (120 metres) to the ground.

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February 26, 1999
Marine Maj. Michael Weber (L) escorts Mark Bitterlich, a retired Marine Gunnery Sergeant from Marine...
Jacksonville, USA
DEFENSE WITNESS BITTERLICH ARRIVES AT THE ASHBY COURT-MARTIAL.
Marine Maj. Michael Weber (L) escorts Mark Bitterlich, a retired Marine Gunnery Sergeant from Marine Air Station Cherry Point to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune,NC February 26. Bitterlich is a witness for the defense in the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby, the pilot of the jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola which resulted in the deaths of 20 people in Italy last year.

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February 26, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (R) walks to court with his attorney Frank Spinner at Camp Lejeune, North...
Jacksonville, USA
ACCUSED MARINE PILOT ASHBY AND LAWYER ARRIVE AT COURT MARTIAL.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (R) walks to court with his attorney Frank Spinner at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, on February 26. Ashby is expected to take the witness stand in his own defense sometime today in his court-martial for the deaths of 20 people in a cablecar in Italy last year when the EA-6B Prowler jet he was piloting cut the cable.

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February 25, 1999
Unidentified family members of victims of the ski gondola accident are escorted to the courtroom at Camp...
Jacksonville, USA
VICTIMS FAMILYS ARRIVE AT COURT MARTIAL OF CAPT ASHBY.
Unidentified family members of victims of the ski gondola accident are escorted to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, NC February 25 by Marine Staff Sgt. Eric Everwijn.The relatives are attending the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby, the pilot of the EA-6B Prowler plane that sheared through a pair of lift cables, killing 20 people at an Italian ski resort last year.

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February 25, 1999
Defense Attorney Frank Spinner (L) walks to court with Capt. Richard Ashby (C) and Capt. Jon Shelburne...
Jacksonville, USA
CAPT ASHBY ESCORTED TO COURT FOR CABLE CAR TRIAL.
Defense Attorney Frank Spinner (L) walks to court with Capt. Richard Ashby (C) and Capt. Jon Shelburne for the court martial trial of Ashby at Camp Lejeune,NC February 25. Ashby was not trained to recognize an optical illusion that left him flying much lower than planned when his plane sheared through a pair of lift cables, killing 20 people at an Italian ski resort last year, an aviation expert testified February 24.

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February 23, 1999
Marine Maj.Daniel Daugherty, one of the prosecutors for the court-martial of Marine Capt. Richard Ashby,...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE PROSECUTOR ARRIVES AT ASHBY TRIAL.
Marine Maj.Daniel Daugherty, one of the prosecutors for the court-martial of Marine Capt. Richard Ashby, walks to court with charts for the prosecution at Camp Lejeune February 23. Ashby, on trial for the Italian cablecar disaster that killed 20 people, did not experience an optical illusion that would have made him think he was flying higher than he was, an accident reconstructionist testified Monday.

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ITALY CABLECAR
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February 23, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (R) walks to court with his attorney Frank Spinner at Camp Lejeune February...
Jacksonville, USA
CAPT. ASHBY AND FRANK SPINNER ARRIVE AT COURT.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (R) walks to court with his attorney Frank Spinner at Camp Lejeune February 23. Ashby, on trial for the Italian cable car disaster that killed 20 people, did not experience an optical illusion that would have made him think he was flying higher than he was, an accident reconstructionist testified Monday.

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February 22, 1999
Marine Maj. Jim Sweeney escorts Marine Capt. William Raney (R) to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune February...
Jacksonville, USA
PROSECUTION WITNESS RANEY ARRIVES AT ASHBY COURT-MARTIAL.
Marine Maj. Jim Sweeney escorts Marine Capt. William Raney (R) to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune February 22 for the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby. Raney was one of the backseaters in the EA-6B Prowler jet flown by Ashby when it cut the cable on a ski gondola and killed 20 people in Italy last year. He will be on the stand as a witness for the prosecution.

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February 19, 1999
Marine Captain Richard Ashby (2nd L) walks with his defense team Major Michael Stahlman (L) and Captain...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY TEAM WITH WITNESS WALKS TO COURT.
Marine Captain Richard Ashby (2nd L) walks with his defense team Major Michael Stahlman (L) and Captain Jon Shelburne (2nd R) to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, February 19. This is the second week of Ashby's court-martial for the deaths of 20 pepole when his EA-6B prowler cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy last year. Prosecutors allege that Ashby was flying too low and too fast on a low-level training mission. Defense witness Captain Michael Recce follows them.

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February 19, 1999
Family members of the victims of the ski gondola mishap in Italy walk to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune,...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBERS OF VICTIMS OF CABLE CAR ARRIVE AT COURT.
Family members of the victims of the ski gondola mishap in Italy walk to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, on February 19. They are attending the court-martial of Marine Capt. Richard Ashby, the pilot of the EA-6B prowler jet that cut the cable on the gondola, killing 20 people last year in Italy.

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February 19, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, February 19. This...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPT. ASHBY ARRIVES AT COURT MARTIAL.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, February 19. This is the second week of his court-martial for the deaths of 20 people when his EA-6B prowler cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy last year. Prosecutors allege that Ashby was flying too low and too fast on a low-level training mission.

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February 19, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby's family, (L to R) Sister Cary Lee Horsager, mother Carol Anderson and stepfather...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY FAMILY MEMBERS ARRIVE AT COURT FOR TRIAL.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby's family, (L to R) Sister Cary Lee Horsager, mother Carol Anderson and stepfather Mel Anderson, walk to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, February 19. Ashby is being court-martialed for the deaths of 20 people when his EA-6B prowler jet cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy last year.

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