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CONTINENTAL-CONCORDE/RULING
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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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