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Asiana Airlines Decides Not To File Suit Against TV Station

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 7/18/2013† Asiana Airlines will *not* pursue a lawsuit against a Bay Area T-V station over a major mistake in its coverage of†† the recent Asiana crash in San Francisco. † During KTVU's noon broadcast Friday, an anchor reported erroneous and offensive names of the pilots. † The bogus names phonetically spelled out phrases such as "something wrong" and "we too low."† † Asiana Airlines called the report "demeaning" and said it was reviewing possible legal action.††† But Wednesday it said it would not file a suit after KTVU offered an official apology.† † Three people died in the crash.††† The early stage of the investigation has focused heavily on actions of the crew during the landing attempt.
   
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