Special judge probes Chile central bank case

A Chilean court assigned a special judge Tuesday to probe the theft of confidential economic data from the central bank in a scandal that has shocked the financial community.

The Santiago Appeals Court named Judge Patricio Villaroel to work exclusively on the case, in which Massad's personal secretary has allegedly confessed to e-mailing secret files from Massad's personal computer to her ex-boyfriend, a stockbroker, in return for cash.

"The majority of the judges of this court believed the

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