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The judge assigned to the civil fraud action against American International Group and its former chief executive, Maurice Greenberg, has declared that the “politics” of the high-profile case won’t sway his decisions.

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Charles E. Ramos’ comments were recorded in the transcript of a Jan. 19 proceeding obtained by National Underwriter. At that hearing, he ruled Mr. Greenberg’s lawyers can obtain an AIG report concerning company accounting irregularities that was given to the New York Attorney General’s Office.

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