DOJ expands its Boeing 737 Max probe to the Dreamliner, report says
Records have reportedly been subpoenaed from Boeing to see if it's cutting corners in its production plant.
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According to the Seattle Times, a third source said several Boeing employees were subpoenaed on the Dreamliner production plant in North Charleston, South Carolina, earlier in June. These subpoenas came from the same DOJ prosecutors involved in the 737 Max investigation, the report said.