By Larry Ribstein The government finally dropped its prosecution of Nigerian Barge defendant James A. Brown. Here’s part of the WSJ story by John Emshwiller: At the 2004 trial, prosecutors alleged that Enron’s sale of an interest in three power-producing barges, located off the coast of Nigeria, to Merrill was a sham that allowed the energy company…

By Ellen Podgor The government filed a Motion to Dismiss – with prejudice – charges against James A. Brown on Counts One, Two, and Three.  The former Merrill Lynch banker had been charged as part of the Enron Barge case.  An appeal on the motion for a new trial on Counts IV and V remains. This has…

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