In early December, a French judge will announce the Concorde trial verdict. Although not unusual for a case involving months of testimony, the long delay in rendering a verdict has already prompted speculation about the possibility of dismissing all charges against the accused despite prosecutor Bernard Farret’s harsh requests. He asserts that two Continental Airlines maintenance mechanics, John Taylor and Stanley Ford, are guilty of negligence; while Henri Perrier, a Concorde program ...
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