A June 2000 accident involving a Pajero SUV in Japan could lead to charges of professional negligence for three Mitsubishi Motors Corp. executives. Police allege the employees knew the Pajero had faulty brakes prior to the time one of the SUVs crashed into another vehicle in southwestern Japan, leaving the two occupants inside the other vehicle with whiplash. Papers have been sent to prosecutors, a preliminary step before charges are filed against the senior Mitsubishi executives, who ...

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