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NTSB Doesn’t Have The Resources

November 12, 2019 Posted In

A new documentary film about a fatal general aviation crash challenges the NTSB investigative process. But, according to Mike Danko, there’s no easy fix. “You’d have to totally restructure the NTSB, at least with regard to small aircraft crashes, because the resources just aren’t there,” Danko said. “Plane crashes are always noteworthy, but unless you…

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Boeing CEO At Loss When Confronted With Danko’s Commentary

November 1, 2019 Posted In

In June, Mike Danko told Business Insider that Boeing’s legal team was trying to move the lawsuits brought by the 737 Max families from Chicago to Ethiopia and Indonesia where, according to Danko, they’d be virtually worthless.  When Boeing’s CEO, Dennis Muilenburg, appeared before Congress to testify about the Max, he was asked about Boeing’s…

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Bell Helicopter Case Yields Clue in Murder Investigation

June 30, 2019 Posted In

Tom Wales, a federal prosecutor, was shot and killed in his Seattle home. Wales had been prosecuting a case involving a Bell Helicopter — an odd case which seemed as mysterious as his murder.  Though the murder took place in 2001, Rod Rosenstein announced a few months ago that the murder investigation is still active. …

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Boeing’s Hardball Strategy Could Leave Victims’ Families With Nothing

June 10, 2019 Posted In

Mike Danko: Seeking to move litigation from the US to the country where a crash occurred is a common strategy in air disaster cases that, if successful, can leave families with nothing. Read the full Business Insider article online.

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