Stewart: How Can GM Dodge Liability for Deaths They Caused?

'I cannot wait for a non-corporate person to try that (bleep)'

STEWART: "And once again we learned that not only are corporations people, they have some sort of weird mutant power that allows them to dodge the consequences of their action. Because GM declared bankruptcy, they are no longer legally liable for human deaths that they caused through their admitted negligence. I cannot wait for a non-corporate person to try that (bleep)."

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