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because of alleged entanglement to the diesel scandal, the prosecutor's office Stuttgart applied for three Daimler employees with penalty commands at the District Court Böblingen.
It goes for the suspicion of fraud, a governor announced today. On the nature and amount of the punishment requested, she made no information on demand. There can be a fine or imprisonment of imprisonment for up to one year of probation. First, the "Wirtschaftswoche" had reported about it.
It goes for the allegation of manipulation of the emission control system of cars with diesel engine from Daimler. The person concerned is, according to an employee from one of the lower management levels of the company and two clerks without personnel responsibility.
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According to the prosecutor, they have been accused of being responsible for the engine control software of a part of the diesel vehicles of the Euro 6 emissions class included an inadmissible shutdown device from a call back federal office. Daimler had brought the cars to the European market in the period in August 2011 to December 2016.
Daimler confirmed that the public prosecutor's office Stuttgart has requested penalty commands in individual proceedings against three employees. According to the insights of the company, the interpretation of the highly complex regulations by employees at the relevant date ", however, had been" reasonable "and did not happen in the intention to act illegally. Daimler parts "Therefore, the legal assessment of the prosecutor's office is not that the facts in question have dealt with fraud».
A proceedings against another clerk had been set against the payment of a fund of money, the indictment invoked further. The investigations against four people are not yet completed.
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