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GENERAL MOTORS STATEMENT ON DECISION ON MOTIONS IN ATLANTA APRIL 15, 1993, IN THE MOSELEY V. GM CASE

 DETROIT, April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- General Motors (NYSE: GM) issued the following statement regarding the decision on motions in the Atlanta April 15, 1993, Moseley v. GM case:
 We are disappointed that Judge A.L. Thompson has denied our motions in the Moseley v. GM case in Atlanta. We believe very strongly that GM is entitled to a new trial for a number of reasons. One is the recent discovery of important new evidence from two eyewitnesses who were first at the scene, who provided evidence that Shannon Moseley was not conscious or alive during the fire. In addition, we believe the punitive award in this case is inappropriate. We will examine Judge Thompson's rulings and expect to file an appeal in this case.
 -0- 4/15/93
 /CONTACT: Ed Lechtzin of General Motors, 313-556-2031/
 (GM)


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