CNBC's Charlie Gasparino reports this afternoon that Warren Buffett may be called to testify by at least one of the defendants in the upcoming AIG fraud trial.
We learned earlier this week in a court filing that the prosecution plans to ask Buffett to the witness stand.
That means there's a possibility (not a certainty by any means) that both sides may be looking to Buffett to testify in the case.
At issue: whether five executives, including General Re's former CFO Elizabeth Monrad, orchestrated a deal that illegally pumped up American International Group's reserves. General Re is a subsidiary of Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway holding company.