In an often scathing decision, a federal judge in Brooklyn has granted a motion to dismiss filed by a man accused of using “extortionate means” to collect extensions of credit.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York accused Abdullah Alhababi, along with 13 other men, of providing loans of up to $100,000 to various Yemeni expatriates then extorting payment.

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