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Topic - Michael Brassington
An investigation born of a fiery plane crash at a small New Jersey airport nearly six years ago culminated Monday in convictions for two brothers accused of skirting safety regulations as they ran a charter jet company that catered to the rich and famous.
A federal prosecutor says a former charter jet company whose plane crashed on takeoff at a New Jersey airport in 2005 routinely sacrificed safety for profit.