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Ken Lay Fakes Death To Escape Justice

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posted on Jul, 8 2006 @ 08:52 PM
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Apparently with enough money you can get out of anything. While the media hints at foul play involved in Ken Lay's death, as if he were actually murdered by some disgruntled Enron investor, nowhere is there any mention that he allegedly had a recently deceased man's body placed in his bed after faking a heart attack. The exact details may never be revealed. And, granted, who would ever be able to verify anything anyway. The fact that both he and Schilling were convicted on relatively minor infractions a la Al Capone's IRS tax evasion conviction has gone unnoticed as well. None of the charges that the prosecution was able to make stick had anything to do with the major fraud they committed against their own employees and shareholders. After all, what kind of precedent would that set if senior executives were to have been convicted of defrauding their investors or employees? Then that would have opened the door to convict an untold number of multimillion dollar salaried executives. And we certainly couldn't have that, now could we? That might lead to actual accountability. But, Ken Lay faking his death, now that is really something no one would ever expect of someone like him. Naah! OKAY then, disprove this one, -Evkha




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