Oh no he didn't, oh yes he did. Speechwriter Vinca LaFleur quotes a Chrysler senior executive's way of explaining this terrible day in the history of a company, of a city and of a car culture that thought of itself for a whole century as a civilization:
end some of our Sales and Service Dealer Agreements,” said Steven
Landry, Chrysler’s executive vice president for North American Sales
and Marketing, Global Service and Parts. “The decision, though
difficult, was based on a data-driven matrix that assessed a number of
Police aren't identifying the name of the Chrysler communicator over whose dead body this statement no doubt went out.