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General Motor’s problem with the way it handled the timing of the ignition switch recall is getting more and more serious, as a source familiar with the proceedings has told Reuters the company is facing potential criminal charges.



The source, declining to be identified because the matter has not been revealed to the public yet, said the New York federal prosecutors are examining whether General Motors is liable for failing to properly disclose (and actually concealing it for 10 years) the condition that has been linked to 13 deaths.


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