LOS ANGELES—IATA Director General Tony Tyler said April 14 that police and prosecutors should not take the lead in investigating air crashes, noting that such measures may produce a chilling effect on sources.  Tyler referenced Germanwings Flight 9525, acknowledging that this particular situation may have been ripe for an immediate criminal investigation because of the alleged actions of the aircraft’s first officer. But Tyler noted that such fact patterns aren’t ...

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