The the criminal case against the so-called "the Man who Crashed the World" has apparently "hit a brick wall." They can't prove that he lied about AIG's financial problems.
I've heard many a lawyer say that proving a lie is not easy. This proves that proving is not always prove-able.
Well, you know what I mean.
CBS NEWS has learned that former AIG executive Joseph Cassano - the prime focus of the investigation into its collapse - will meet with Department of Justice attorneys next week in what will likely be an end to the two year criminal investigation into the company.