Boeing Crashes

During two Boeing plane crashes in 2018 and 2019, the Department Of Justice settled an agreement with the airplane manufacturer which kept them from facing prosecution. 

Now, the DOJ found that in the years since this settlement, the company had not held up their end of the agreement…

And they face criminal prosecution for it.

Boeing Crashes And Settlement With DOJ

After the catastrophes that were this series of Boeing crashes…

The Justice Department designed an agreement that would allow the plane company to escape prosecution. 

This agreement meant putting the company on corporate probation and creating an internal compliance program that could detect violations of anti-fraud laws. 

But according to a new letter by the DOJ…


In light of the recent investigations surrounding other issues that Boeing has been facing…

Most notably due to the Alaska Airlines flight in which a panel fell off the plane mid-air…

The investigation regarding this incident has received new insights. 

This agreement allowed the company to avoid being prosecuted for one charge of conspiracy to defraud the United States. During the investigation, two Boeing employees misled safety regulators over details of the crash. 

And this isn’t the first time…

Boeing has gone on record to say that employees have falsified records and skipped inspections on the 787 Dreamliner Jets. 

Will The Business Come Crashing Down?

Boeing has until June 13th to set the record straight about the crashes… but they still attest that they have done nothing wrong. 

Until the company can prove that they have been compiling with the regulator’s demands…

Then there is no need for Boeing’s situation to get worse than it already is. 

Be Great, 

GCTV Staff

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