Volkswagen and Audi Ripped Off Almost 11 Million Customers
The Justice Department fined Volkswagen AG $25 billion for its worldwide emissions testing scandal. Scott Keogh, the current head of VW North America, was part of the Audi executive team that admitted in 2015 they used the cheating software in America. Nearly a half-dozen other Volkswagen executives have already been investigated, indicted or convicted in the cheating scandal, including Scott Keogh’s old boss at Audi, Rupert Stadler. Stadler was jailed in Germany over concerns he would destroy critical evidence prosecutors needed to continue investigating Volkswagen and Audi executives.1
Scott Keogh Can’t Remain Silent Any Longer
Scott Keogh can’t deny he was part of the Audi executive team that admitted using Volkswagen’s cheating software to rip off customers.2 Keogh didn’t leave Audi to become Volkswagen’s North American boss until November of last year. Scott Keogh had a ringside seat for the biggest consumer rip-off scheme in recent history. Yet Scott Keogh has been allowed silent about his role in the scandal. Until we find out what Scott Keogh knew and when he knew it, Scott Keogh can’t be trusted.
Chattanooga VW Workers are the lowest paid assembly workers in America, while supervisors get paid 3 or 4 times as much and while Scott Kehoe gets paid 19 TIMES as much!3
You Can’t Trust Scott Keogh.
You Can’t Trust Volkswagen.
Sources: 1) https://techcrunch.com/2018/10/02/vw-fires-audi-ceo-rupert-stadler-diesel-emissions-cheating/ 2) https://youtu.be/DffbSRfyjdo 3) https://www.comparably.com/companies/volkswagen-group-of-america/executive-salaries