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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Bush's Son Files Request

LEAD: President Bush's son Neil has asked an administrative law judge to dismiss the Government's case against him, which charges him with conflict of interest as a director of a failed savings and loan, according to documents made available today.

President Bush's son Neil has asked an administrative law judge to dismiss the Government's case against him, which charges him with conflict of interest as a director of a failed savings and loan, according to documents made available today.

Mr. Bush, 35 years old, was an outside director of the Silverado Banking, Savings and Loan Association, a Denver institution that collapsed in December 1988 at a cost to taxpayers estimated at $1 billion.

In written arguments submitted to Daniel J. Davidson, administrative law judge, Mr. Bush said there was no possibility that he could continue the abuses he is charged with since Silverado has already been taken over by the Government.