Thursday, July 06, 2006

Ken Lay Died Doing What he Loved

Let me get this straight.

Because Enron founder Ken Lay died after conviction and before sentencing, it wipes his conviction off the record and the money -- owed to his creditors -- could go to his heirs instead.

His lawyers now have to sue his estate to get the fees for representing him.

And it may make the judge issue a harsher sentence to Jeff Skilling.

At least Ken Lay died doing what he loved doing: Screwing people over! (WashPost)

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