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Originally posted by wu kung
Very convenient that he should "die" before he was commited to his sentencing.
Just goes to show that the elite fear absolutely no reprisal from the "laws" of the common people.
Makes me sick!
HOUSTON, July 5 — In yet another bizarre twist to the Enron saga, the sudden death of Kenneth L. Lay on Wednesday may have spared his survivors financial ruin. Mr. Lay's death effectively voids the guilty verdict against him, temporarily thwarting the federal government's efforts to seize his remaining real estate and financial assets, legal experts say.
Originally posted by billslater
But come to think of it, he only has to be "dead" till he's 71, and then he can begin life anew again.