France's way of conducting aircraft accident investigations continues to stun the international flight safety community. Parallel technical and judicial inquiries double the amount of search work, technicians and policemen frequently interfere, while delays in the courts are fiercely criticized by all involved, including victims' relatives and lawyers. Obviously, a top-to-bottom review is urgently needed to prepare for a political initiative to devise new methods. A crucial piece of this ...

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