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April 11, 2014 AT 4:13 PM
The decision to change a part, but not the part number, is central to the ignition recall crisis stemming from multiple road death that has besieged General Motors and CEO Mary Barra. Now, Congressional investigators have released what could be called GM’s “smoking gun memo” detailing how the step took place. One page of the memo was released previously, but that page has been updated with additional information, and the fax cover sheet makes it clear who made the fateful GM decision.