Fed study boosts pension fight of Delphi's salaried retirees


Detroit News | Daniel Howes | 2013-08-27

Vindication may be drawing closer for the former Delphi Corp.’s dogged salaried retirees.

Next week, the Treasury Department is to begin releasing documents detailing how President Barack Obama’s task force worked with the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. to seize the auto supplier’s salaried pension fund and reduce payouts by as much as 70 percent for roughly 22,000 retirees — even as union employees saw their pensions “topped up” by a then-bankrupt General Motors Corp. ~~

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Obama Administration Still Stonewalling on Delphi Pension Scandal

NLPC | Mark Modica | 2013-07-29 -- The lack of transparency from the Obama Administration continues as leaders of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee continue to try and persuade the Treasury Department to hand over documents relating to the Administration's involvement in the termination of non-union Delphi retirees' pension benefits. ~~  Read more - National Legal and Policy Center

Delphi Salaried Retirees Speak Out Regarding The SIGTARP Report On Their Pensions

"It's wrong for the Treasury to intervene
between the PBGC and the companies
who held the pensions."
Video - Chuck Cunningham, retired Delphi
executive, on Fox News with Neil Cavuto.

"The truth is coming out and

they don't like it!"

Video - Tom Rose, retired Delphi plant

manager, on WDTN 2 News


Rep. Mike Turner Updates Doc Thompson on the Delphi Salaried Retirees Pension Scandal

Rep. Turner
Doc Thompson
Congressman Mike Turner (OH) updated Doc Thompson on The Blaze Radio Network with the current status of the Delphi salaried retirees' fight to restore their pensions.
Rep. Turner: "The White House is hiding things..."  "This group did not have the favor of the White House ~ lost both pensions and health care insurance."  "Follows the form of attacking people because of their politics."