Bank of America denies any blame of crisis

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Bank of America asked a court to bar prosecutors from presenting trial evidence and claims that the bank and its Countrywide unit 'are responsible for causing the worldwide financial crisis in whole or in part'.

The New York Post reports that lawyers for Countrywide and BofA said in papers filed late Wednesday in US District Court in Manhattan: 'evidence or argument that attempts to link a particular defendant to the nation’s recent economic struggles, whether it be the government’s fiscal troubles or any of the multitude of negative effects of the mortgage crisis and recession, is unfairly prejudicial'.

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