General Motors and its lawyers obstructed justice in shielding documentsrelated to fuel-fed fires in its vehicles, but did not suborn perjury, aFulton judge ruled.

The ruling Tuesday by Fulton State Court Judge M. Gino Brogdon stemsfrom allegations the automaker and its lawyers committed various crimesand frauds in concealing the existence and contents of a 1973 engineer’sreport.

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