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)