French court finds IMF chief guilty of criminal negligence; no punishment
A special French court has declared International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde guilty of criminal negligence in a long-running arbitration case.
However, the court decided not to punish her or give her a criminal record.
The Court of Justice of the Republic ruled that her negligence while serving as finance minister allowed for the misappropriation of funds by other people.
The others, in a separate case, haven't yet been tried.