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The opinion also noted that prosecutors have been trying to obtain the information since at least this past summer, and the three-judge panel determined it could get involved in the dispute because "there is a reasonable probability the information sought through the subpoena here concerns a commercial activity that caused a direct effect in the United States."
The opinion noted that the company is facing a $50,000-per-day fine for failure to turn over the documents. The papers in question are kept overseas, though the company does have an office in the U.S.
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
a reply to: crankyoldman
This takes me back to the Q400 in Seattle... Who the hell flew that plane
That fella talking was NOT in the plane!
I'd love Z58's take on that.
originally posted by: Enderdog
originally posted by: Phelan15
a reply to: Enderdog
This is brand new software. The Max is the first 737 to use any fly by wire, and it's a hybrid system.
Totally possible. However it seems that if we can do this with mission essential war planes, adapting to commercial jets ought to be a gimme. That we just had a "failed" summit, where der Trumpmeister walked away with a yuge Boeing contract, then bolted immediately...well...something feels a little connected to me. Not to mention 737 death row inmates being spared...
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: Creep Thumper
Creep Thumper, I wouldn't say this was proof but...
A guy my family knew from church when I was a teenager told me he had had a fling with Errol Flynn in the 20s. He must be dead now but he was a Lord... Baron Slade... always turned up to church in a white linen suit with pink shirt and salmon tie.
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
a reply to: RelSciHistItSufi
Hmm, never heard of that type of file extension. I'm thinking the 'Garbage file' is like the Recycle Bin in Windows or on Linux or Unix an actual bitbucket or garbage file, kinda like .tmp files. What if remnants of LifeLog [DARPA] code were stored here and never deleted -- purged.