GM to Pay $900M Over Ignition Switch Scandal; Cooper Criticizes Deal – The Daily Report

GM to Pay $900M Over Ignition Switch Scandal; Cooper Criticizes Deal – The Daily Report

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GM to Pay $900M Over Ignition Switch Scandal; Cooper Criticizes Deal

By Kathy Tucker

“Speaking on behalf of the families we represent, we had hoped that justice would be served in the criminal investigation of GM,” Cooper said. “Unfortunately, it’s the same old story—if you have enough power and money you can always buy your way out of truly being held accountable for your misdeeds.”

Cooper’s investigation discovered Brooke Melton’s car’s key was turned off, then later that the ignition switch was defective. The Meltons settled their case in 2013, then tried to give back the $5 million payment a year later when they discovered a GM engineer lied in a deposition saying he did not know about the defect. They refiled their lawsuit in 2014, adding allegations of fraud.
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