Founders face trial after 2005 plane crash

by nph | November 10th, 2010

November 10, 2010

Two co-founders of a charter jet company are on trial for conspiracy to defraud and lying to authorities, according to nj.com.

The founders’ company, Platinum Jet Management, is known for flying celebrities.

According to the article, they were indicted last year after an investigation of a 2005 plan crash at Teterboro Airport that injured 20 people.

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