A federal judge Friday dismissed claims by senior WesCorp Federal Credit Union officials that National Credit Union Administration 's (NCUA)  may have contributed to the failure of the one-time $34-billion corporate by approving the risky investments that sunk the corporate giant.

The ruling came as Judge George Wu was issuing another ruling in a separate suit brought by NCUA over the corporate failures, rejecting claims by Goldman Sachs (see related story) that NCUA’s year-old suit was filed too late to satisfy the statute of limitations over the 2006 sale of mortgage backed securities to WesCorp and U.S. Central Federal Credit Union.

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