Four former General Reinsurance Corp. executives and one atAmerican International Group Inc. would win dismissal of accountingfraud charges under proposed deferred-prosecution agreements withthe government.

The Justice Department Friday filed in court five agreementswith the executives, who were convicted in 2008 of fraud forhelping to deceive AIG investors through a sham transaction in 2000and 2001.

They were sentenced to prison terms of as much as four years. Anappeals court overturned the convictions and ordered a new trial inHartford, Connecticut.

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