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General Motors Thursday putting an end to a painful chapter in the company's history and living appeared leaper detecting ignition switches locker that led to millions of recalls and a hundred and twenty four deaths , DM agreeing to pay nine hundred million dollars in exchange for the justice department thing would not bring criminal charges tomorrow waiters transportation editor Joe white the company are hasn't for prosecution agreement which basically means that if they abide by , a whole bunch of conditions basically and and and and play ball and regulators and they haven't been doing , too hard to find and fix defective vehicles arm and otherwise behave the way that they have been behaving artwork for well over a year now in terms of being more forthcoming with regulators they should be able to her in three years ago I'll put this behind them funky additions clicking on Chevy cobalt scattered around and other GM vehicle hot engine crystal and prevented airbags from deploying during crashes , union managers nudity that more than a decade ago , first recall didn't begin until twenty fourteen despite years of consumer complaints , CEO Mary Barra looking into the top spot just a month before the recounts began , took a series of actions to atone for the failure including firing top executives , if it previously set up a special fund to compensate victims and their families , billion dollars