General Motors is out with the results of it's own investigation in to ignition switch problems blamed for more than a dozen deaths--but one South Texas lawyer is less than impressed with the findings.
"We simply didn't do our job, we failed these customers" said GM CEO Mary Barra in detailng the report which has resulted in more than a dozen employees being shown the door by the automaker. However, the attorney representing many of the families said that simply isn't good enough.
"It's very difficult for me to believe that you can come in and fire mid-management individuals that have made decisions that have to be approved by their supervisors" said Bob Hilliard. He told 550 KTSA News more in the way of change is clearly needed at the top of the automaker.