Indonesian authorities brought manslaughter charges against Marwoto Komar, 45, the pilot in command of the Garuda Indonesia 737-400 that crashed on landing at Adisucipto International in Yogyakarta last March, killing 21. According to Indonesian media, Komar was taken into custody as police feared he would destroy evidence and presents a flight risk. His attorney told media that charging the captain would set a bad precedent and make other pilots reluctant to fly. However, it appears that ...

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