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How Asia's white collar felons can avoid extradition to the US

As the UKÆs ôNat West 3ö get taken to the Texas penitentiary wearing boiler-suits and manacles, where can AsiaÆs dodgy dealers remain at large with their ill-gotten gains?
BritainÆs ôNat West 3ö of Giles Darby, Gary Mulgrew and David Bermingham are being flown to the US in the custody of US marshals. They are the bankers who will stand trial for a fraud relating to the collapse of Enron.

They are alleged to have cooked up a deal with EnronÆs CFO Andrew Fastow, whereby a derivatives deal was closed out, Enron paying the marked-to-market value and these individuals then creaming off the lionÆs share personally, amounting to several million dollars apiece, rather than the money going to the swaps counterparty, National Westminster Bank. If Enron had not gone bust, the background of this complex transaction might never have been revealed.

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