The Supreme Court on Nov. 27 declined to hear a petition by a credit union executive who was banned from working at a federally insured financial institution.

John R. Doolittle, former chief executive of Bay Gulf Federal Credit Union, has been trying since 1991 to overturn a National Credit Union Administration decision charging him with manipulating financial records and failing to prevent illegal commercial loans from being made.

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