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SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
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March 06, 2007
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti (C) leaves for a break during the Swissair trial in Buelach...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair Chief Executive Corti leaves for a break during the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich...
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti (C) leaves for a break during the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, March 6, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND)
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RTR1MQA4
February 23, 2007
Former Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs Joseph Deiss (L) and Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and...
Bern, Switzerland
Former Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs Deiss and Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication...
Former Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs Joseph Deiss (L) and Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication Minister Moritz Leuenberger leave after a hearing of a parliament commission about Swissair in Bern February 23, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWITZERLAND)
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RTR1MQA3
February 23, 2007
Former Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs Joseph Deiss (L) and Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and...
Bern, Switzerland
Former Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs Deiss and Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication...
Former Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs Joseph Deiss (L) and Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication Minister Moritz Leuenberger talk to media after a hearing of a parliament commission about Swissair in Bern February 23, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1MQA2
February 23, 2007
Former Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs Joseph Deiss (L) and Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and...
Bern, Switzerland
Former Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs Deiss and Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication...
Former Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs Joseph Deiss (L) and Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication Minister Moritz Leuenberger talk to media after a hearing of a parliament commission about Swissair in Bern February 23, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1MQ9Y
February 23, 2007
Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication Minister Moritz Leuenberger talks to media after...
Bern, Switzerland
Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication Minister Leuenberger talks to media after a hearing...
Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication Minister Moritz Leuenberger talks to media after a hearing of a parliament commission about Swissair in Bern February 23, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1MQ9X
February 23, 2007
Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication Minister Moritz Leuenberger talks to media after...
Bern, Switzerland
Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication Minister Leuenberger talks to media after a hearing...
Swiss Environment, Transport, Energy and Communication Minister Moritz Leuenberger talks to media after a hearing of a parliament commission about Swissair in Bern February 23, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LW8E
February 02, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Lukas Muehlemann arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Muehlemann arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near...
Former Swissair administrative board member Lukas Muehlemann arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, February 2, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LW8B
February 02, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Lukas Muehlemann (L, in car) and lawyer Bernhard Gehrig arrive...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Muehlemann and lawyer Gehrig arrive for the Swissair trial...
Former Swissair administrative board member Lukas Muehlemann (L, in car) and lawyer Bernhard Gehrig arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, February 2, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LS9B
January 30, 2007
Former Swissair CFO Jacqualyn Fouse arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 30,...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CFO Jacqualyn Fouse arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CFO Jacqualyn Fouse arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 30, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LS8Y
January 30, 2007
Former Swissair CFO Jacqualyn Fouse arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 30,...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CFO Jacqualyn Fouse arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CFO Jacqualyn Fouse arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 30, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LS8U
January 30, 2007
Former Swissair CFO Jacqualyn Fouse arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 30,...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CFO Jacqualyn Fouse arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CFO Jacqualyn Fouse arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 30, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LRBB
January 29, 2007
Former Swissair Chief Executive Philippe Bruggisser (R) and his lawyer Lorenz Erni arrive for the Swissair...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair Chief Executive Bruggisser and his lawyer Erni arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach...
Former Swissair Chief Executive Philippe Bruggisser (R) and his lawyer Lorenz Erni arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach, near Zurich January 29, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
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January 29, 2007
Former SAirGroup's Peter Somaglia arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 29, 2007....
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former SAirGroup's Peter Somaglia arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former SAirGroup's Peter Somaglia arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 29, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
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January 29, 2007
Former SAirGroup's Peter Somaglia arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 29, 2007....
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former SAirGroup's Peter Somaglia arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former SAirGroup's Peter Somaglia arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 29, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
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January 29, 2007
Former Swissair Chief Executive Philippe Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach, near Zurich...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair Chief Executive Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair Chief Executive Philippe Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach, near Zurich January 29, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
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January 25, 2007
Former Swissair CEO Philippe Bruggisser (R) and his lawyer Lorenz Erni arrive for the Swissair trial...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CEO Bruggisser and his lawyer Erni arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich...
Former Swissair CEO Philippe Bruggisser (R) and his lawyer Lorenz Erni arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 25, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LL7J
January 25, 2007
Former Swissair CEO Philippe Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CEO Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CEO Philippe Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 25, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
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January 25, 2007
Former Swissair CEO Philippe Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CEO Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CEO Philippe Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 25, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 25, 2007
Former Swissair CEO Philippe Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CEO Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CEO Philippe Bruggisser arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 25, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LGXU
January 22, 2007
Former Swissair CFO Georges Schorderet (L) and his lawyer Christoph Hohler arrives for the Swissair trial...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CFO Schorderet arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CFO Georges Schorderet (L) and his lawyer Christoph Hohler arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 22, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
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January 22, 2007
Former Swissair CFO Georges Schorderet arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CFO Schorderet arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CFO Georges Schorderet arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 22, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LGXQ
January 22, 2007
Former Swissair CFO Georges Schorderet arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CFO Schorderet arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CFO Georges Schorderet arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 22, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
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January 22, 2007
Former Swissair CFO Georges Schorderet arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CFO Schorderet arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CFO Georges Schorderet arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 22, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LGXJ
January 22, 2007
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair Chief Executive Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 22, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LGXI
January 22, 2007
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair Chief Executive Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 22, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LGXG
January 22, 2007
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair Chief Executive Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 22, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LGXD
January 22, 2007
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair Chief Executive Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 22, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LBSO
January 18, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near...
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 18, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LBSM
January 18, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near...
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 18, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LBSJ
January 18, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near...
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 18, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
RTR1LBGD
January 18, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Spoerry arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich...
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 18, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSAIR-TRIAL/
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January 18, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry (L) and her lawyer Peter Bettoni arrive for...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Spoerry and her lawyer Bettoni arrive for the Swissair trial...
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry (L) and her lawyer Peter Bettoni arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 18, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 18, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Spoerry arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich...
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 18, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 17, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Hoefliger (R) and his lawyer Dieter Gessler arrive for the...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Hoefliger and his lawyer Gessler arrive for the Swissair...
Former Swissair administrative board member Hoefliger (R) and his lawyer Dieter Gessler arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 17, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial began in Zurich on Tuesday when a court heard opening statements in a case against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 17, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Paul-Antoine Hoefliger arrives for the Swissair trial in...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Paul-Antoine Hoefliger arrives for the Swissair trial in...
Former Swissair administrative board member Paul-Antoine Hoefliger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 17, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial began in Zurich on Tuesday when a court heard opening statements in a case against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 17, 2007
Chief judge Andreas Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 17, 2007. Switzerland's...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Chief judge Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Chief judge Andreas Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 17, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial began in Zurich on Tuesday when a court heard opening statements in a case against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 17, 2007
Chief judge Andreas Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 17, 2007. Switzerland's...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Chief judge Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Chief judge Andreas Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 17, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial began in Zurich on Tuesday when a court heard opening statements in a case against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 17, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Andres Leuenberger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Leuenberger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near...
Former Swissair administrative board member Andres Leuenberger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 17, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial began in Zurich on Tuesday when a court heard opening statements in a case against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 17, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Andres Leuenberger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Leuenberger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near...
Former Swissair administrative board member Andres Leuenberger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 17, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial began in Zurich on Tuesday when a court heard opening statements in a case against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 16, 2007
Prosecutor Hanspeter Hirt arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Prosecutor Hanspeter Hirt arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Prosecutor Hanspeter Hirt arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial starts in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 16, 2007
Former Swissair CEO Eric Honegger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007....
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CEO Eric Honegger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CEO Eric Honegger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial starts in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 16, 2007
Prosecutors Christian Weber and Ralph Ringger (L) arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Prosecutors Christian Weber and Ralph Ringger arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Prosecutors Christian Weber and Ralph Ringger (L) arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial starts in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 16, 2007
Prosecutors Christian Weber and Thomas Armbruster (R) arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Prosecutors Christian Weber and Thomas Armbruster arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich...
Prosecutors Christian Weber and Thomas Armbruster (R) arrive for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial starts in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 16, 2007
Media and public wait outside the town hall to enter for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Media and public wait outside the town hall to enter for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Media and public wait outside the town hall to enter for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial starts in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 16, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near...
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial starts in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 16, 2007
Prosecutor Christian Weber arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Prosecutor Weber arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Prosecutor Christian Weber arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial starts in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 16, 2007
Former Swissair CEO Eric Honegger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007....
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair CEO Honegger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich
Former Swissair CEO Eric Honegger arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial starts in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 16, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Gerhard Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich...
Former Swissair administrative board member Gerhard Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial starts in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
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January 16, 2007
Former Swissair administrative board member Gerhard Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach...
BUELACH, Switzerland
Former Swissair administrative board member Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich...
Former Swissair administrative board member Gerhard Fischer arrives for the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich January 16, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial starts in Zurich on Tuesday when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWITZERLAND
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December 19, 2006
Hans Jacob Heitz, former president of Swiss Investors Protection Association, presents a newly published...
Zurich, Switzerland
Hans Jacob Heitz presents book on the grounding of Swiss airline company Swissair in Zurich
Hans Jacob Heitz, former president of Swiss Investors Protection Association, presents a newly published book titled "Swissair - Agonie, Tod und Klon" (Swissair - Agony, Death And Clone) during a news conference in Zurich December 19, 2006. The book, co-authored by Heitz and Rodolfo Keller, has the grounding of Swiss airline company Swissair in 2001 as its subject. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND) REUTERS
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December 19, 2006
Hans Jacob Heitz, former president of Swiss Investors Protection Association, presents a newly published...
Zurich, Switzerland
Hans Jacob Heitz presents book on the grounding of Swiss airline company Swissair in Zurich
Hans Jacob Heitz, former president of Swiss Investors Protection Association, presents a newly published book titled "Swissair - Agonie, Tod und Klon" (Swissair - Agony, Death And Clone) during a news conference in Zurich December 19, 2006. The book, co-authored by Heitz and Rodolfo Keller, has the grounding of Swiss airline company Swissair in 2001 as its subject. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND) REUTERS
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December 19, 2006
Hans Jacob Heitz, former president of Swiss Investors Protection Association, presents a newly published...
Zurich, Switzerland
Hans Jacob Heitz presents book on the grounding of Swiss airline company Swissair in Zurich
Hans Jacob Heitz, former president of Swiss Investors Protection Association, presents a newly published book titled "Swissair - Agonie, Tod und Klon" (Swissair - Agony, Death And Clone) during a news conference in Zurich December 19, 2006. The book, co-authored by Heitz and Rodolfo Keller, has the grounding of Swiss airline company Swissair in 2001 as its subject. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND) REUTERS
SWITZERLAND
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December 19, 2006
Hans Jacob Heitz, former president of Swiss Investors Protection Association, presents a newly published...
Zurich, Switzerland
Hans Jacob Heitz presents book on the grounding of Swiss airline company Swissair in Zurich
Hans Jacob Heitz, former president of Swiss Investors Protection Association, presents a newly published book titled "Swissair - Agonie, Tod und Klon" (Swissair - Agony, Death And Clone) during a news conference in Zurich December 19, 2006. The book, co-authored by Heitz and Rodolfo Keller, has the grounding of Swiss airline company Swissair in 2001 as its subject. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND) REUTERS
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March 31, 2006
Zurich chief prosecutors Andreas Brunner (R) and Christian Weber arrive for a news conference on court...
Zurich, Switzerland
Zurich chief prosecutors Brunner and Weber arrive for a news conference on court proceedings against...
Zurich chief prosecutors Andreas Brunner (R) and Christian Weber arrive for a news conference on court proceedings against former management and board members of flag carrier Swissair in Zurich, March 31, 2006. Mismanagement and other charges were filed against the entire former board of Swissair, whose holding company was known under the name of SAirGroup, about four and a half years after the airline's collapse. REUTERS/Andreas Meier
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March 31, 2006
Zurich chief prosecutors Andreas Brunner (R) and Christian Weber arrive for a news conference on court...
Zurich, Switzerland
Zurich chief prosecutors Brunner and Weber arrive for a news conference on court proceedings against...
Zurich chief prosecutors Andreas Brunner (R) and Christian Weber arrive for a news conference on court proceedings against former management and board members of flag carrier Swissair in Zurich, March 31, 2006. Mismanagement and other charges were filed against the entire former board of Swissair, whose holding company was known under the name of SAirGroup, about four and a half years after the airline's collapse. REUTERS/Andreas Meier
CRIME SWISSAIR
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March 31, 2006
Surrounded by media people, Zurich chief prosecutors Andreas Brunner (2R) and Christian Weber (4R) wait...
Zurich, Switzerland
Zurich chief prosecutors Brunner and Weber wait for the start of a news conference on court proceedings...
Surrounded by media people, Zurich chief prosecutors Andreas Brunner (2R) and Christian Weber (4R) wait for the start of a news conference on court proceedings against former management and board members of flag carrier Swissair in Zurich, March 31, 2006. Mismanagement and other charges were filed against the entire former board of Swissair about four and a half years after the airline's collapse. REUTERS/Andreas Meier
CRIME SWISSAIR
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March 31, 2006
Zurich chief prosecutor Andreas Brunner announces the start of prosecution proceedings against former...
Zurich, Switzerland
Zurich chief prosecutor Brunner announces the start of prosecution proceedings against former management...
Zurich chief prosecutor Andreas Brunner announces the start of prosecution proceedings against former management and board members of flag carrier Swissair during a news conference in Zurich, March 31, 2006. Mismanagement and other charges were filed against the entire former board of Swissair about four and a half years after the airline's collapse. REUTERS/Andreas Meier
CRIME SWISSAIR
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March 31, 2006
Zurich chief prosecutor Christian Weber announces the start of prosecution proceedings against former...
Zurich, Switzerland
Zurich chief prosecutor Weber announces the start of prosecution proceedings against former management...
Zurich chief prosecutor Christian Weber announces the start of prosecution proceedings against former management and board members of flag carrier Swissair during a news conference in Zurich, March 31, 2006. Mismanagement and other charges were filed against the entire former board of Swissair about four and a half years after the airline's collapse. REUTERS/Andreas Meier
CRIME SWISSAIR
RTR1C1VI
March 31, 2006
Zurich chief prosecutors Andreas Brunner (R) and Christian Weber announce the start of prosecution proceedings...
Zurich, Switzerland
Zurich chief prosecutors Brunner and Weber announce the start of prosecution proceedings against former...
Zurich chief prosecutors Andreas Brunner (R) and Christian Weber announce the start of prosecution proceedings against former management and board members of flag carrier Swissair during a news conference in Zurich, March 31, 2006. Mismanagement and other charges were filed against the entire former board of Swissair about four and a half years after the airline's collapse. REUTERS/Andreas Meier
CRIME SWISSAIR
RTR1C1VH
March 31, 2006
Zurich chief prosecutors Andreas Brunner (R) and Christian Weber announce the start of prosecution proceedings...
Zurich, Switzerland
Zurich chief prosecutors Brunner and Weber announce the start of prosecution proceedings against former...
Zurich chief prosecutors Andreas Brunner (R) and Christian Weber announce the start of prosecution proceedings against former management and board members of flag carrier Swissair during a news conference in Zurich, March 31, 2006. Mismanagement and other charges were filed against the entire former board of Swissair about four and a half years after the airline's collapse. REUTERS/Andreas Meier
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