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The family of Leon Air JT 610 victims sued Boeing in the US

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NTSC officers tested one of the JT 610 Lion Air machines.

The victims of the Leon Air 610 jet that crashed in Karawang in western Java at the end of October filed a lawsuit against Boeing, the maker of the Boeing 737 Max 8.

H Irianto, a traveling physician Rio Nanda Pratama, used the services of the law firm of Colson Hicks Idelson, which is based in the state of Florida, United States, in filing a lawsuit.

"We filed a lawsuit against the Boeing Company in the Court of Appeals, Cook County, Illinois, USA, Boeing headquarters, on behalf of our clients, parents of doctors Rio Nanda Pratama, dead victims of the Boeing 737 Max 8 crashed into the sea," said Curtis Miner Judgment of Colson Hicks Aidson in an official statement.

In the same statement, the Irianto stated that "all families of victims want to know the truth and the reasons for this tragedy, similar mistakes are avoided in the future, and those responsible are brought to justice."

"I'm looking for justice for my son and all those who lost their lives in this event," said H Irianto.

Dr. Rio Nanda Pratama is one of the 188 passengers and crew of the Lion Air JT 610 who died.

Later plans to hold a marriage with his future wife, Intan Indah Syari, on 11 November 2018. The recipe is scheduled for December 23, to match the 13-year relationship between the two.

However, on 11 November 2018, Intan Indah became Syari Princess, alone, without Rio's presence.

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