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Autos: GM Lawsuits / Anderson Case / Barra Interview #1073237

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 09, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The cases of deaths from faulty GM ignition switches re-introduced.

(Texas: Poppy Harlow) The case of GM crash victim Candice Anderson, whose boyfriend Mikale Erickson% died in the crash, reviewed; scenes shown of the wrecked car. [In interview, ANDERSON - describes what happened, how she was accused of murder due to her intoxication with Xanax; states she has never heard from GM; suggests someone from GM should be held responsible.] [In response to questions from Senator Richard Blumenthal, GM CEO Mary BARRA@- testifies about the Anderson Texas case.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Poppy Harlow) What Barra said in a CNN interview & what Ericsson's family is saying about a settlement discussed. [BARRA - says it is up to the courts to pardon Anderson: that GM should not weigh in in the Anderson case.]

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