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February 13, 2015
Flames come out of the Air France Concorde seconds before it crashed in Gonesse near Paris Roissy airport...
Gonesse, France
File photo shows flames coming out of the Air France Concorde seconds before it crashed in Gonesse near...
Flames come out of the Air France Concorde seconds before it crashed in Gonesse near Paris Roissy airport in this July 25, 2000 file photo. All one hundred passengers and nine crew members on board the flight died. On the ground, four people were killed and one critically injured. REUTERS/Andras Kisgergely/Files (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 29, 2012
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to journalists after the verdict...
Versailles, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for US Continental Airlines, speaks to journalists after the verdict in...
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to journalists after the verdict in the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French appeals court on Thursday absolved Continental Airlines of responsibility for a 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people and cleared a mechanic at the U.S. airline of the charge of involuntary manslaughter. The verdict comes over a decade after the deadly accident that helped to spell the end of the supersonic airliner. A previous court found that a small metal strip, which fell onto the runway from a Continental aircraft just before the Concorde took off from Paris, caused the crash. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW TRANSPORT MEDIA)
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November 29, 2012
Olivier Metzner (R), French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen at the end of the Concorde...
Versailles, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for US Continental Airlines, is seen at the end of the Concorde appeal...
Olivier Metzner (R), French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen at the end of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French appeals court on Thursday absolved Continental Airlines of responsibility for a 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people and cleared a mechanic at the U.S. airline of the charge of involuntary manslaughter. The verdict comes over a decade after the deadly accident that helped to spell the end of the supersonic airliner. A previous court found that a small metal strip, which fell onto the runway from a Continental aircraft just before the Concorde took off from Paris, caused the crash. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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November 29, 2012
Olivier Metzner (L), French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is surrounded by journalists as he...
Versailles, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for US Continental Airlines, is surrounded by journalists as he arrives...
Olivier Metzner (L), French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is surrounded by journalists as he arrives for the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French appeals court on Thursday absolved Continental Airlines of responsibility for a 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people and cleared a mechanic at the U.S. airline of the charge of involuntary manslaughter. The verdict comes over a decade after the deadly accident that helped to spell the end of the supersonic airliner. A previous court found that a small metal strip, which fell onto the runway from a Continental aircraft just before the Concorde took off from Paris, caused the crash. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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November 29, 2012
Kenneth Burtt (L), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, stands next to his lawyer...
Versailles, France
Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, stands next to his lawyer Metzner at...
Kenneth Burtt (L), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, stands next to his lawyer Olivier Metzner (R) at the end of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French appeals court on Thursday absolved Continental Airlines of responsibility for a 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people and cleared a mechanic at the U.S. airline of the charge of involuntary manslaughter. The verdict comes over a decade after the deadly accident that helped to spell the end of the supersonic airliner. A previous court found that a small metal strip, which fell onto the runway from a Continental aircraft just before the Concorde took off from Paris, caused the crash. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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November 29, 2012
View of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French...
Versailles, France
View of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris
View of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French appeals court on Thursday absolved Continental Airlines of responsibility for a 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people and cleared a mechanic at the U.S. airline of the charge of involuntary manslaughter. The verdict comes over a decade after the deadly accident that helped to spell the end of the supersonic airliner. A previous court found that a small metal strip, which fell onto the runway from a Continental aircraft just before the Concorde took off from Paris, caused the crash. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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November 29, 2012
Olivier Metzner (R), French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, leaves after the verdict in the Concorde...
Versailles, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for US Continental Airlines, leaves after the verdict in the Concorde...
Olivier Metzner (R), French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, leaves after the verdict in the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French appeals court on Thursday absolved Continental Airlines of responsibility for a 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people and cleared a mechanic at the U.S. airline of the charge of involuntary manslaughter. The verdict comes over a decade after the deadly accident that helped to spell the end of the supersonic airliner. A previous court found that a small metal strip, which fell onto the runway from a Continental aircraft just before the Concorde took off from Paris, caused the crash. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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November 29, 2012
Kenneth Burtt (C), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, Continental Airlines legal...
Versailles, France
Kenneth Burtt (C), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the Concorde appeal...
Kenneth Burtt (C), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, Continental Airlines legal council Carson Seeligson (L) and retired technical controller of civil aviation Claude Frantzen (R) attend the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French appeals court on Thursday absolved Continental Airlines of responsibility for a 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people and cleared a mechanic at the U.S. airline of the charge of involuntary manslaughter. The verdict comes over a decade after the deadly accident that helped to spell the end of the supersonic airliner. A previous court found that a small metal strip, which fell onto the runway from a Continental aircraft just before the Concorde took off from Paris, caused the crash. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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November 29, 2012
Kenneth Burtt (C), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, and Continental Airlines...
Versailles, France
Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, and Continental Airlines legal council...
Kenneth Burtt (C), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, and Continental Airlines legal council Carson Seeligson (L) react at the end of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French appeals court on Thursday absolved Continental Airlines of responsibility for a 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people and cleared a mechanic at the U.S. airline of the charge of involuntary manslaughter. The verdict comes over a decade after the deadly accident that helped to spell the end of the supersonic airliner. A previous court found that a small metal strip, which fell onto the runway from a Continental aircraft just before the Concorde took off from Paris, caused the crash. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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November 29, 2012
Kenneth Burtt (C), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, and Continental Airlines...
Versailles, France
Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, and Continental Airlines legal council...
Kenneth Burtt (C), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, and Continental Airlines legal council Carson Seeligson (L) react at the end of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French appeals court on Thursday absolved Continental Airlines of responsibility for a 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people and cleared a mechanic at the U.S. airline of the charge of involuntary manslaughter. The verdict comes over a decade after the deadly accident that helped to spell the end of the supersonic airliner. A previous court found that a small metal strip, which fell onto the runway from a Continental aircraft just before the Concorde took off from Paris, caused the crash. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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November 29, 2012
Olivier Metzner (R), French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen at the end of the Concorde...
Versailles, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for US Continental Airlines, is seen at the end of the Concorde appeal...
Olivier Metzner (R), French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen at the end of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French appeals court on Thursday absolved Continental Airlines of responsibility for a 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people and cleared a mechanic at the U.S. airline of the charge of involuntary manslaughter. The verdict comes over a decade after the deadly accident that helped to spell the end of the supersonic airliner. A previous court found that a small metal strip, which fell onto the runway from a Continental aircraft just before the Concorde took off from Paris, caused the crash. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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November 29, 2012
Kenneth Burtt (C), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, stands next to his lawyer...
Versailles, France
Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, stands next to his lawyer Metzner at...
Kenneth Burtt (C), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, stands next to his lawyer Olivier Metzner (L) at the end of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris November 29, 2012. A French appeals court on Thursday absolved Continental Airlines of responsibility for a 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people and cleared a mechanic at the U.S. airline of the charge of involuntary manslaughter. The verdict comes over a decade after the deadly accident that helped to spell the end of the supersonic airliner. A previous court found that a small metal strip, which fell onto the runway from a Continental aircraft just before the Concorde took off from Paris, caused the crash. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
Court president Michele Luga (R) and judge Etienne Guilbaud arrive for the opening of the Concorde appeal...
Versailles, France
Court president Luga and judge Guilbaud arrive for the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse...
Court president Michele Luga (R) and judge Etienne Guilbaud arrive for the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
Court president Michele Luga gestures at the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of...
Versailles, France
Court president Michele Luga gestures at the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of...
Court president Michele Luga gestures at the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
Court president Michele Luga gestures at the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of...
Versailles, France
Court president Michele Luga gestures at the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of...
Court president Michele Luga gestures at the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
Lawyers arrive in the court before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles...
Versailles, France
Lawyers arrive in the court before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles...
Lawyers arrive in the court before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen before the opening of the Concorde...
Versailles, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen before the opening of the Concorde...
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen before the opening of the Concorde...
Versailles, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen before the opening of the Concorde...
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT HEADSHOT)
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March 08, 2012
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen before the opening of the Concorde...
Versailles, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen before the opening of the Concorde...
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, is seen before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT HEADSHOT)
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March 08, 2012
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
Versailles, France
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
Versailles, France
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
View of the audience at the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
Versailles, France
View of the audience at the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
View of the audience at the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
Lawyers for the defense arrive in the court before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse...
Versailles, France
Lawyers for the defense arrive in the court before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse...
Lawyers for the defense arrive in the court before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
View of lawyers in the court before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles...
Versailles, France
View of lawyers in the court before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles...
View of lawyers in the court before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
Versailles, France
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
Versailles, France
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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March 08, 2012
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
Versailles, France
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near...
Files are displayed before the opening of the Concorde appeal trial at the courthouse of Versailles near Paris March 8, 2012. Continental Airlines, French officials and mechanics are going back on trial over the 2000 Air France Concorde crash, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
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December 08, 2010
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif...
Pontoise, France
French Major Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, former flight engineer Retif and Beslon,...
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif and Jean Beslon, SNECMA flight engineer, attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 08, 2010
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde...
Pontoise, France
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde...
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 08, 2010
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, (R) attends the verdict in the Concorde...
Pontoise, France
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde...
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, (R) attends the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 08, 2010
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde...
Pontoise, France
French Major Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde trial...
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 08, 2010
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif...
Pontoise, France
French Major Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde,, former flight engineer Retif and Beslon,...
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif and Jean Beslon, SNECMA flight engineer, attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 08, 2010
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif...
Pontoise, France
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, former flight engineer Retif and...
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif and Jean Beslon, SNECMA flight engineer, attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of US Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde...
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of US Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde...
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Fernand Garnault (C), Air France's lawyer, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at...
Pontoise, France
Fernand Garnault, Air France's lawyer, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the...
Fernand Garnault (C), Air France's lawyer, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Rolland Rapaport (C), lawyer of the Concorde's captain family, speaks to the media after the verdict...
Pontoise, France
Rolland Rapaport, lawyer of the Concorde's captain family, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde...
Rolland Rapaport (C), lawyer of the Concorde's captain family, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Ed Green (R), Consultant on Concorde crash litigation and Anthony Bouscaren (L), senior vice president...
Pontoise, France
Ed Green, Consultant on Concorde crash litigation and Anthony Bouscaren, senior vice president of the...
Ed Green (R), Consultant on Concorde crash litigation and Anthony Bouscaren (L), senior vice president of the United States Aviation Underwriters, arrive for the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
(L to R) Ed Green, Consultant on Concorde crash litigation, Anthony Bouscaren, senior vice president...
Pontoise, France
Ed Green, Anthony Bouscaren, senior vice president of the United States Aviation Underwriters and Gary...
(L to R) Ed Green, Consultant on Concorde crash litigation, Anthony Bouscaren, senior vice president of the United States Aviation Underwriters and Gary Wagner, President of the Scientific Aircraft Accident Analysis, attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Court president Dominique Andreassier attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise,...
Pontoise, France
Court president Dominique Andreassier attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise...
Court president Dominique Andreassier attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Court president Dominique Andreassier (R) attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of...
Pontoise, France
Court president Dominique Andreassier attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise...
Court president Dominique Andreassier (R) attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Jacques Herubel (C) and his lawyer Ludovic...
Pontoise, France
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Herubel and his lawyer Malgrain attend the...
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Jacques Herubel (C) and his lawyer Ludovic Malgrain (L) attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Jacques Herubel (C) and his lawyer Ludovic...
Pontoise, France
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Herubel and his lawyer Malgrain attend the...
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Jacques Herubel (C) and his lawyer Ludovic Malgrain (L) attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Christiane Marty (C), widow of Christian Marty who was the Concorde pilot, is seen at the courthouse...
Pontoise, France
Christiane Marty, widow of Christian Marty who was the Concorde pilot, is seen at the courthouse of Pontoise,...
Christiane Marty (C), widow of Christian Marty who was the Concorde pilot, is seen at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, arrives at the courthouse of...
Pontoise, France
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, arrives at the courthouse of...
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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July 22, 2010
CONCORDE-ANNIVERSARY/ - 3D diagram explaining the July 25, 2000 crash of a Concorde airliner in Paris....
Paris, France
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July 22, 2010
CONCORDE-ANNIVERSARY/ - 3D diagram explaining the July 25, 2000 crash of a Concorde airliner in Paris....
Paris, France
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February 04, 2010
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who...
Paris, France
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who represented former Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin in the trial known as the "Clearstream case" and who defends U.S. Continental Airlines in the Concorde crash trial, finds himself at the forefront of important judicial cases in France this year. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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February 04, 2010
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who...
Paris, France
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who represented former Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin in the trial known as the "Clearstream case" and who defends U.S. Continental Airlines in the Concorde crash trial, finds himself at the forefront of important judicial cases in France this year. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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February 04, 2010
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who...
Paris, France
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who represented former Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin in the trial known as the "Clearstream case" and who defends U.S. Continental Airlines in the Concorde crash trial, finds himself at the forefront of important judicial cases in France this year. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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February 04, 2010
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who...
Paris, France
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who represented former Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin in the trial known as the "Clearstream case" and who defends U.S. Continental Airlines in the Concorde crash trial, finds himself at the forefront of important judicial cases in France this year. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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February 04, 2010
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who...
Paris, France
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who represented former Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin in the trial known as the "Clearstream case" and who defends U.S. Continental Airlines in the Concorde crash trial, finds himself at the forefront of important judicial cases in France this year. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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February 04, 2010
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who...
Paris, France
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris
French lawyer Olivier Metzner poses for Reuters in his office in Paris February 4, 2010. Metzner, who represented former Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin in the trial known as the "Clearstream case" and who defends U.S. Continental Airlines in the Concorde crash trial, finds himself at the forefront of important judicial cases in France this year. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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