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"The Justice Department has found evidence of criminal misconduct byÂ Volkswagen in the handling of its diesel-emissions fiasco and is trying to negotiate a settlement, TheÂ Wall Street JournalÂ reported Monday based on unnamed sources.", www.usatoday.com
"Federal prosecutors have evidence that Volkswagen committed crimes by cheating on U.S. emissions tests, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. The paper reported U.S. attorneys are negotiating a settlement with the German automaker before the end of the year. The crimes are related to VW installing software that would allow its clean diesel vehicles to skirt federal emissions tests. About 585,000 vehicles in the United States contained the software. Specific criminal charges have not been decided upon, and prosecutors are still deciding whether to try to convict VW or enter into a deferment program. The deferment program would see the charges dismissed as long as VW abided by the terms of the settlement, according to the report. VW already agreed to a settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency and regulators in California that would see the automaker pay more than $14 billion in penalties.", www.washingtonexaminer.com
"The Wall Street Journal reported Monday (subscription required) that federal investigators have found evidence of criminal wrongdoing at Volkswagen and may be preparing to charge the automaker for crimes related to its widespread emissions scandal. The newspaper reported that the Department of...", www.thecarconnection.com