Maker Of GM Ignition Switches Stymies Investigation
One of General Motors’ most critical suppliers, maker of the ignition switches at the heart of GM’s ongoing crisis, refused to cooperate with an investigation into the matter, the man who led the inquiry told Congress last week. Delphi Automotive — which produced the GM-designed part at a plant in Mexico — refused full access to its employees, former U.S. prosecutor Anton Valukas told a House subcommittee. Valukas’ law firm, Jenner & Block, at the request of GM, reviewed more than 40 million pages of records and interviewed 230 witnesses. A Delphi spokeswoman did not respond to a request seeking comment.
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