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Whatever is the most dishonest and deceitful interpretation of the Tesla Motors actions is probably correct. Their response certainly looks like bull to me.
 

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I think in the upcoming few days we will know more about this.
I doubt it. NTSB's investigation will take time, and they will not likely rush to release anything just because Tesla's marketing machine is squawking. Tesla has just excluded itself from learning anything - unless it involves a safety risk requiring immediate action - so although they might say more, it won't likely include any real information about the collision. As for the removal of Tesla Motors as a party to the investigation: both sides have made their statements, so nothing more is required. Tesla devotees will believe Tesla Motors, rational people will believe the NTSB, and both will go on happily.

I don't think it matters anyway: Autopilot failed to follow the lane markings which any 16-year-old new driver could easily understand, failed to react to the barrier, and drove into the barrier. The irresponsible and careless driver wasn't paying attention, so he died. That story is over... next?
 

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I mean to say that in few days we will know if Tesla was removed from the investigation by NTSB or withdrew.
 

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I mean to say that in few days we will know if Tesla was removed from the investigation by NTSB or withdrew.
That's what I meant by this:

... As for the removal of Tesla Motors as a party to the investigation: both sides have made their statements, so nothing more is required. Tesla devotees will believe Tesla Motors, rational people will believe the NTSB, and both will go on happily.
 
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