December 19, 2011 was a day to remember. One that cannot be forgotten, because it brought the end for Saab. How was that 10 years ago? I remember a stressed, tired Victor Muller who ended up standing alone on the bridge knowing that his ship was going to sink. However, he did not see giving up as an option, in the days before Muller staged a negotiating marathon with various parties. Until December 18th, the day when it became increasingly clear that there was no more salvation. Why did all attempts fail? An uncomfortable review. Contrary to what might be expected, I examine sabotage and betrayal. Toxic topics that are normally covered by the cloak of silence.
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