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What this settlement will do is provide important relief for consumers. Who are the victims here. Who bought these cars, these types of diesels that Volkswagen was selling as being compliant with the omissions policies that are required in this country. But, as we now know, clearly we're not. It will allow the consumers to recover what they sunk into these cars and in many instances these are consumers who have loans on these cars and so will allow consumers to obtain relief from carrying debt on a car that's not legal to drive.
I mean that's not something that we want the American consumers to suffer under. When it comes to corporate into corporate wrongdoing, whether it is civil or criminal, the Department of Justice will be looking at everyone who was involved in making those decisions and in implementing the actions that led to the liability that we have found.