DOJ gives 737 victims’ families hope for criminal case with new ruling 

As several families grapple with the loss of loved ones due to air travel incidents, new information has emerged that might help them find closure.

Prosecutors have found Boeing in breach of the agreement that allowed it to avoid criminal prosecution in connection with crashes in Indonesia in 2018 and Ethiopia in 2019 that killed 346 people — opening the company up to the possibility of criminal fraud conviction.

“Nobody was more shocked or happier to be shocked than me,” Javier Luis, brother of an Ethiopia crash victim, said to the Washington Post.

Prosecutors have not said whether the criminal investigation into the Alaska Airlines blowout or subsequent appeals from family members played a role in their conclusion that Boeing had not met the conditions of its 2021 “deferred prosecution” deal.

“When Boeing was granted a
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