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Automobiles / GM Investigation #1123140

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 04, 2014
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(Studio: Maurice DuBois) Plans for General Motors to release the findings of its investigation into its response to a deadly defect noted. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Detroit: Jeff Glor) The case of Mikale Erickson††, who died in a Saturn Ion driven by his fiancée Candice Anderson, reviewed; details given about Anderson’s conviction for negligent homicide and the later discovery that Mikale’s death was one of the 13 that GM has linked to a faulty ignition switch. [ANDERSON – comments on her emotional guilt.] [Mother Rhonda ERICKSON††- says GM owes her an apology.]

DuBois, Maurice;
Glor, Jeff

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