Swissair trial: prosecution requests jail sentences
The prosecution in the Swissair trial has proposed a six-month prison sentence for Mario Corti, the last chief executive of the now defunct national airline. It also requested a range of suspended sentences and fines for 18 other airline executives, board members and consultants.
Christian Weber, the federal prosecutor in the trial that began on January 16, announced the eagerly anticipated sentence requests on Monday, as expected not calling for the maximum sentence of seven-and-a-half years. (Swissinfo)
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