A court in France has found Continental Airlines and one of its mechanics guilty for their alleged role in the July 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113. But even the New York Times report questions the judge’s ruling. The problems with the Concorde and the trumped-up case against Continental were laid out by our Paris correspondent, Joseph Harriss, earlier this year. His piece is very much worth a reread.
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