Questions raised around why MACS caused Lion Air Flight 610 to nosedive: Part 5

After the 2018 Lion Air crash, investigators looked into the MCAS flight control software and found it was triggered by a faulty angle of attack indicator. Meanwhile, the MAX 8s were still flying.
7:10 | 11/28/20

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