A man who lost his entire family in a 737 Max crash says that Boeing is 'playing games' with its fund for the victims
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Boeing announced that it hired attorney Kenneth Feinberg to manage distributions of the first $50 million of a $100 million fund set aside for families of people killed in the two Boeing 737 Max crashes.

Paul Njoroge, who lost his three children, his wife, and his mother-in-law in the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max crash in March, told Business Insider that he feels the fund is just a PR move by Boeing.

He testified in front of Congress on Wednesday, and asked for Boeing to be held...

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