FAA regulators called the 737 MAX one of the most crash-prone airliners ever after it's first crash--but allowed it to keep flying

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Explosive internal documents from the FAA reveal regulators knew that the 737 MAX presented an extreme safety risk to the passengers flying on it, after the jet's deadly crash in Indonesia--and yet allowed the MAX airliners to continue flying until its second deadly crash a few months later in Ethiopia.