Totoa being sued for unwanted acceleration

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Old 12 Jun 2011, 08:14 am   #1 (permalink)
mred
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Default Totoa being sued for unwanted acceleration

There is some discussion on other news groups that the law suits
against Toytota and the massive publicity have been orchestrated by
government because of Toyotas hold on the auto market at a time when
GM and Chrysler have been trying to make a comeback under the auspices
of the Federal governments bailouts

In other words they want to discredit Toyota so that there is less
competition for GM and Chrysler.

How true this is I have no idea but it DOES seem like a fortuitous
coincidence to me .
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Old 26 Nov 2011, 08:53 pm   #2 (permalink)
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On Sun, 12 Jun 2011 06:14:52 -0700 (PDT), mred <mred@295.ca> wrote:

>There is some discussion on other news groups that the law suits
>against Toytota and the massive publicity have been orchestrated by
>government because of Toyotas hold on the auto market at a time when
>GM and Chrysler have been trying to make a comeback under the auspices
>of the Federal governments bailouts
>
>In other words they want to discredit Toyota so that there is less
>competition for GM and Chrysler.


I doubt it. Most things like this have at their origin real injuries
and real plaintiffs, who. right or wrong, allege it's the cars fault
and not their own. Often they believe it, and maybe other times they
do it because they're desperate becaus of high medical bills and the
need for expensive rehab.

If there's more than one Toyota involved, the lawyers hire a car guy
to try to find something wrong with a the design of t he cars, instead
of just the one car that he says failed.

>How true this is I have no idea but it DOES seem like a fortuitous
>coincidence to me .


There are lots of amazing coincidences Had this happened anytime in
the last 10 or 20 years or the next 10 people might think it's an
orchestrated effort to help American car companies.
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