Closing a case that U.S. District Chief Judge Royce Lamberth has said reads “straight out of a Hollywood script — or at least a second-rate mystery novel,” Lamberth on Monday dismissed (PDF) a lawsuit against two Bahamas-based companies accused of conspiring to hide a $14 million offshore bank account.

A Las Vegas woman, Tonya Day, had accused a Bahamanian bank and law firm of covering up the existence of a $14 million account that Day claims belonged to her now-deceased mother.

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