Paul Walker's tragic death could have been prevented, and his daughter isn't going to rest until she proves it.
Meadow Walker's latest legal filing in her wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche accuses the car company of hiding key information by heavily redacting what they were legally forced to send to her legal team.
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Apparently one of Meadow's lawyers was able to see through the blacked out sections on a more advanced computer. And what Meadow and the team saw sickened them.
In a series of emails, employees actually joked about the high number of crashes of the Carrera GT, the car in which Paul and his friend Roger Rodas died.
In an excerpt, one employee writes:
"I thought this might interest you. Another Carrera GT bites the dust as a bodyshop mechanic who claimed he was going less than 30MPH smashed into a telephone pole. Looks like he was going more than thirty to me!!!"
The email continued to joke that more crashes "would be great news to the remaining owners as the GT becomes more rare."
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Not only are these jokes gross, they're very revealing.
See, these Porsche employees clearly KNEW the Carrera GT was prone to crashing, even talking about the numbers involved. Meadow's attorney Jeffrey L. Milam explained in a statement:
"Hidden records and emails show that Porsche management knew that more than 200 of the 1280 Carrera GTs produced from 2004 to 2006 may have been totaled within its first two years of sales. Any ethical company would have withdrawn the car from the market – or, at the very least, warned the public about its dangers, particularly since Porsche had deliberately left its touted Porsche Stability Management system off this model."
Meadow is now seeking an extra $52,732.50 from Porsche as a sanction for trying to hide the evidence.
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