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Getting medieval

24 May 2010 By Rob Cox

U.S. prosecutors seeking scalps are coming up short. They won’t bring charges against AIG’s former derivatives boss. Other veins, such as Lehman’s demise, will be more difficult to tap. But history and Henry VII’s archbishop suggests other prosecutorial avenues available.

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