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Detroit, Michigan (CNNMoney) – There were about 10 people protesting outside GM's annual meeting about the company's inaction that led to the botched recall. Included in the group were some parents whose children were killed in accidents involving the recalled vehicles. They said it was important for them to be at the meeting to show that this is about human lives.
"This is their home court, where we need to be," said Ken Rimer, whose step-daughter Natasha Weigel was killed in the backseat of a Chevy Cobalt that crashed in 2006. A friend of hers, Amy Rademaker, died in the front seat in the same accident.