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With no less than five federal probes looking into how General Motors handled the very late recall of 2.

6 million cars equipped with defective ignition switches, now the top brass comes under the radar.

According to congressional sources, speaking under condition of anonymity, the investigators are now looking into whether General Motors new Chief Executive, Mary Barra, and other top executives had more knowledge about the issue then previously implied.

The Congress investigators are also seeking to find how fast they all reacted, after they were presented with the problem, with the deadly ignition switch issue so far connected to at least 13 deaths.


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Congress Investigating GM Top Brass For Fatal Recall Knowledge

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