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.
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: