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A senior Iraqi judge said today that he had closed a case brought against Ahmad Chalabi, the former exile once backed by the Pentagon, who had been suspected of involvement in a counterfeiting operation.
The judge, Zuhair al-Maliky, said in a telephone interview that he took the action about a week-and-a-half ago because he had decided â??the evidence was not enough to bring the case to trial.â?? If more evidence emerges, he said, the case will be reopened.
The decision also followed conversations between Mr. Chalabiâ??s lawyers and representatives of the Central Bank of Iraq, Judge Maliky said.