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Former AIG head Hank Greenberg testifies on Capitol Hill in 2009 (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

Calling the accusations “worthy of an Oliver Stone movie,” a federal district court judge in New York today dismissed a lawsuit brought by former American International Group chief executive Maurice “Hank” Greenberg against the Federal Reserve Board.

Greenberg and his company, Starr International, had charged that the Fed acted against the interests of AIG and its shareholders when it bailed AIG out starting in September 2008.

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